Whether staying in place or planning to take advantage of an improving real estate market to sell your home, spring and summer are upgrade seasons. From adding a bathroom to creating an outdoor kitchen, certain improvements pay off for homeowners — whether they are selling or staying. And while plumbing challenges, such as breaking through concrete or opening walls, may discourage some people, savvy homeowners know a tried-and-true option solves such problems.
According to The Mining Association of Canada, mining is one of Canada’s most important economic sectors and a major job creator. The extraction of minerals and metals provides material used to create objects used in everyday life, such as computers, smartphones, means of transportation, and homes, and is crucial for low-carbon technologies.
Aging is a natural process. We can’t slow down time; all we can do is accommodate it in the best way we can.
When consumers shop for products, particularly ones that are more expensive, they want to feel confident they are making a smart purchase. They want to believe that their investment will last; and, if something goes wrong with the product, that it will be promptly fixed or replaced.
The construction of a commercial project is traditionally an expensive and lengthy affair. Building owners and project managers search for any solutions that will spare them valuable time while lessening overall costs.
When you think about boating, you might not consider some important aspects of being out on the water for an extended period. Just like traveling in an RV, you want to replicate the similar comforts of your home, just in a smaller, more compact space. Your marine plumbing system should be able to do that.
While many older homes have laundry facilities in the basement or on the ground floor, demand is rising for laundry rooms that are on the same floor as bedrooms. Second-floor laundry rooms are a hot trend in new construction, but it’s also possible to renovate an older home and move the laundry upstairs.
For homeowners looking to improve the value of their homes – and cope with the needs of multiple generations living under one roof – garage or basement renovations make sense. Both enhance home value and add much-needed living space for less than one might spend on building an addition.
Residential renovations can be tricky, especially if you want to add a bathroom or kitchen to a part of a home where plumbing drainage doesn’t exist, cautions Phil Warren, managing director for Saniflo Canada, a prominent plumbing systems manufacturer in Canada.
Your RV bathroom may provide you with all the comforts of your home; but, generally speaking, it does require more care and maintenance. RV bathrooms typically feature plastic fixtures with limited holding capacity of waste and, therefore, potential for clogs.