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What are some inexpensive and non-permanent backsplash ideas for a kitchen in a rental apartment?
Apr 21, 2014
Tin panels for walls would look nice and can be cut to size and nailed on so it will make for an inexpensive and removable application to spice up the kitchen backsplash. Even adding color with paint ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
A New Construction window includes nailing fins used to fasten the window in place and to flash it, helping to make it airtight and waterproof. This usually requires installation of new interior woodw ... read more

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