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Shell Buseys Home Improvements And Renovations - Kitchens And Bathrooms

Shell Busey’s Home Improvements and Renovations can remodel or redesign your existing kitchen or bathroom. Our consultants can help you with ideas or work with you if you have your own. In your Kitchen, we can install new countertops, installation of new appliances, new flooring, bu...
Shell Buseys Home Improvements And Renovations - Renovations

Shell Busey’s Home Improvements and Renovations can change the look of your lower mainland BC home both inside and out. From a complete re-design to minor changes, SBHI&R’s consultant can give you ideas and suggestions if you are stumped. Call today to receive a FREE estimate ...
Almega Resurfacing Inc.

Some of their low cost alternatives include resurfacing bathtubs, resurfacing countertops and refacing cabinets. They will make your kitchen and bathroom look like new without discarding existing fixtures. Your one stop shop to updating your kitchen and bathroom. ...
BATH FITTER Saskatoon

Bath Fitter can install a beautiful high-gloss acrylic bathtub or shower base right over your old, worn-out unit. No need to disturb plumbing, flooring, or tiles! Custom molded for a perfect fit, a Bath Fitter installation is complete in just one day. We do seamless, one-piece walls, too!
BATH FITTER Regina

Bath Fitter can install a beautiful high-gloss acrylic bathtub or shower base right over your old, worn-out unit. No need to disturb plumbing, flooring, or tiles! Custom molded for a perfect fit, a Bath Fitter installation is complete in just one day. We do seamless, one-piece walls, too!
The Caruk Group

Originally starting in the heating and air-conditioning industry, Caruk quickly discovered his true passion: renovations. Over the years, Caruk has worked with some of Toronto's most successful architects and designers, with spectacular results....
Top 5 Article Search Results for keyword(s): Bathrooms

Cork Flooring for Kitchens & Bathrooms

Q) We are replacing the vinyl flooring in our kitchen and we are considering cork flooring. I have heard you mention that you do not advise installing laminate flooring in bathrooms or kitchen. Can you tell me why you don't advise it? We like the look of and feel of cork and have found lots of styles to choose from that have a dark finish that we want, but we are wondering about how well it holds up in a kitchens. We are also wondering what to look for in regards to quality.
Is There Mold in Your Home?

Along with pollens from trees, grasses, and weeds, molds are a leading cause of seasonal allergic rhinitis. In warm regions, molds may be present year round. In colder areas, the mold season generally runs from early spring well into the fall, typically peaking during July and August. While most molds, like pollens, are killed by the first major frost, others may persist during the winter months even in cold regions.
Getting Rid Of Bathroom Mold

Q: I know you have answered many questions regarding bathroom molds but I have one more. We are having problems with mold growing around our caulking and in the grout between the tiles in two of our bathrooms. Both bathrooms have exhaust fans which are run for at least 45 minutes each time someone showers/bathes. I have been spraying a combination of bleach, laundry detergent, and water, which helps a little bit, but then it reappears and now seems to be even tougher to get off. My in-laws lived
Ask Shell's Tip Of The Day - Soundproof Doors

Shell Busey discusses soundproof doors.Soundproof doors are great for bathrooms, bedrooms, even theater rooms in your home.
Beware of fixing those outdated textured ceilings yourself!

The 70’s was the decade that textured (or stippled) ceilings became popular. All ceilings seemed to be texturized, including bedrooms, living rooms, and bathrooms. Textured ceilings tend to hold on to dust, dirt, grease and moisture more than flat ceilings, which is often why you see staining on textured ceilings in areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.
Mold / Toxic Mold Allergies - Sick Building Syndrome

Along with pollens from trees, grasses, and weeds, molds are a leading cause of seasonal allergic rhinitis. In warm regions, molds may be present year round. In colder areas, the mold season generally runs from early spring well into the fall, typically peaking during July and August. While most molds, like pollens, are killed by the first major frost, others may persist during the winter months even in cold regions.
No heat out of ducts upstairs, why?

Q. We have heat ducts that seem to have no heat coming out in one of our upstairs bedrooms. What can we do to correct this problem?
Preparing drywall for paint

We are putting up new drywall. After taping and sanding how long should we leave it before painting? How do we prepare the drywall for paint, should we use a primer or sizing? Tips:
Getting Rid Of Nicotine Stains On The Ceiling

Q) We just bought a twelve year old condo and the ceilings need help. The previous owners were smokers so the living and dining room ceilings are coated with nicotine, the hallway and kitchen not quite as bad and the bedrooms and bathrooms just a little yellow. The main area has been painted before. I understand that if I just paint over the nicotine it will come back.
Soundproofing and House Wrap

Q. My question is whether to apply a house wrap to protect the house (the exterior wall sheathing) over the winter until the time in spring when the builder can apply stucco, that is will it benefit us now and in the future. The house is being built now and electrical wiring and some plumbing have just been installed.
Installing Sheet Vinyl Flooring

Q. I am laying a new sheet vinyl floor in a small powder room that is not square. What is the easiest way to measure and cut around the angled walls and nooks and crannies?
Condensation on my windows

Q) I constantly have condensation on my windows. Why does this happen and how can I prevent it for happening?
Painting linoleum floor

I cannot afford to replace my lino floor just now. I have heard that it is possible to paint over top of lino. Is this possible? Tip: Vinyl or linoleum floors can be painted but...
Condensation on the toilet tank

Q) I have constant condensation on the toilet tank in our main bathroom, but not in the other bathrooms in our house. Why is this happening? How can I correct this problem?
Cleaning My Stainless Steel Sink

Q. I am looking for tips on how to get an older stainless steel sink cleaned up before I put my house on the market and how can I keep it looking shiny? Is there a way I can make the tiny hairline scratches less noticeable?
Painting Stippled Ceilings & Interior Walls

Q: We listen to your program every Saturday morning on CHQR in Calgary. Now we have some questions we would appreciate help with. 1. What is the best paint product to use on stippled ceilings?
Remove wood window discolouration and product best for protecting wood

Q: We have wood windows in our home and unfortunately in the winter they always get cold and wet in the inside and now the wood has been discoloured. What can we do to remove the water stains from the wood and what should we apply to keep the natural wood look but also protect it from happening again?
Installing An Electronic Dehumidistat

Q: We have a ventilation fan in our bathroom, but cannot seem to get it turned on and off at the proper time. I have heard that there is a unit available to control the fan to go on and off as needed. What product do I need to install?
DIY Bathroom Floor

Q: We have a small powder room that requires new flooring. We do not want to do anything too elaborate at this time as we plan to completely renovate in the near future. Could we place new lino ourselves?
Sweating From Toilet Bowls

I recently replaced the wax seal underneath the toilet bowl in our main bathroom. Since then there seems to be excessive sweating on the toilet bowl and the water is dripping onto the floor. This sweating did not occur before I replaced the old wax seal. The toilet bowl in our ensuite bath is now sweating as well which did not occur before. The ensuite is located quite close to the main bathroom. What has happened and how can I stop this excessive sweating on both toilet bowls?