How to Remove Carpet From Start to Finish
Budget Dumpster Blog » Home Improvement
by Liz Kane
1w ago
DIY carpet removal is easier than you might think. With the right tools and some help, you can complete the whole project in a weekend by following five simple steps. Cost of Removing Carpet Pulling up carpet and getting new flooring can make a huge impact on your home during a remodel – but it can also impact your budget if you’re not doing it yourself. The average cost for a contractor to remove carpet is $1-$5 per square foot. However, the cost of your carpet removal depends on where the carpet is, how it was installed and if mold... The post How to Remove Carpet From Start to Finish appear ..read more
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How to Remove Decking
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by Danielle Hanula
2w ago
Tired of looking at your deck’s chipped paint and split wood? Dive into a step-by-step breakdown of deck demolition. The post How to Remove Decking appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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How to Plan the Costs of Your Home Renovation
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by Dana Shugrue
2M ago
Sticking to a budget is always a challenge. Creating a budget for a large project you’ve never done before is an even bigger challenge. When it comes to remodeling costs, building a reasonable home renovation budget requires a detailed plan and plenty of research. The post How to Plan the Costs of Your Home Renovation appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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What You Should Know Before Building a Mother-in-Law Suite
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by Dana Shugrue
3M ago
Approximately 18% of the U.S. population lives in a multi-generational home, meaning three or more generations share the same household. As assisted living costs continue to rise, older Americans are choosing to move in with their children and grandkids. But instead of taking the spare bedroom upstairs, they’re moving into their own private in-law apartment. The post What You Should Know Before Building a Mother-in-Law Suite appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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How to Finish an Attic
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by Ali Hurley
4M ago
Are you looking to add more usable space to your home? Converting your attic is a great way to create a new livable room. With an attic remodel, you can add an extra bedroom to your home, create a new play area for your kids, or simply design a new storage area. How Much Does an Attic Renovation Cost? The cost to finish an attic is $4,600 to $16,400, with an average cost of $10,500. This comes out to about $30 to $60 per square foot. The total cost of your attic conversion will depend on the different elements your... The post How to Finish an Attic appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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Our Top Ideas for How to Make a Shed Livable
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by Andrea Axsom
6M ago
Have a shed that’s currently housing old junk or sitting empty in your backyard? Converting the shed into a room could be a great way to add more living space to your property. Depending on your needs, it can serve many different uses, from a tiny home to a kids playhouse. The post Our Top Ideas for How to Make a Shed Livable appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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How to Identify Subfloor Damage in Your Home
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by Dana Shugrue
6M ago
Subfloor damage is typically caused by overexposure to moisture. This could be from excessive humidity, a leak in your plumbing or a crack in your home’s exterior. While the thought of replacing it might give you a sinking feeling – literally – knowing when to replace subfloor from water damage allows you to head off more serious problems. The post How to Identify Subfloor Damage in Your Home appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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Home Renovation Guide: How to Plan a Whole House Remodel in 8 Steps
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by Dana Shugrue
9M ago
Starting a home renovation is an exciting time, as you’re one step closer to making your dream home a reality. But when you get into the details, it can also feel overwhelming – especially if you’ve never completed one before. That’s why you need to plan your remodel well in advance. Use our tips for planning a home renovation to keep your worries at bay and your job on track. The post Home Renovation Guide: How to Plan a Whole House Remodel in 8 Steps appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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The Home Deconstruction Guide: How to Salvage Building Materials
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by Ali Hurley
10M ago
Residential deconstruction helps reduce C&D debris by saving usable materials. By following these steps below, you can salvage doors, windows, roofing materials, appliances and much more. Then, reuse these recycled building materials in your newly remodeled home or donate them for others to use in their DIY projects. You'll help save the environment and build a truly unique home. The post The Home Deconstruction Guide: How to Salvage Building Materials appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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Top 11 Privacy Trees
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by Rachael Bieschke
1y ago
Looking to make your backyard more private and more beautiful? Trees provide the best of both worlds, adding natural screening and interest wherever you plant them. Depending on your goals, you can use trees strategically to create a tree fence, block an unsightly view or shield your backyard from neighbors and street traffic. The post Top 11 Privacy Trees appeared first on The Fill ..read more
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