ceiling. Monday , August 21st , 2017 - 02:39:45 AM
Leakage from water pipe, stagnant water and condensation are some of the possible causes of water stains. Apart from these, hard water can also be a reason behind the leakage, as it damages the pipes prematurely. Hard water even leaves behind tough stains. These stains are mostly caused in the rainy or winter season. During snow fall, there is a formation of ice dams which may result in leakage. This gives micro-organisms like mold, the best condition to grow which result in ugly patches on the ceiling. Mold removal methods should be adopted, so as to save the ceiling from permanent damage. If the stains are small, you can fix it on your own but in case of bigger stains it's better to consult an expert.
You need to prepare the room before you begin. Clear the room of all the furniture and other things that are likely to get splattered with paint. If possible, roll the carpet up and move it to another room. Cover the floor with newspaper in case the carpet cannot be removed. Similarly, cover the non-detachable hardware to protect it from paint splatters.
Most people think of the basement as a dark and dreary room in stark contrast to the rest of the house, partially because this is where people tend to store unwanted stuff. However, there is no reason why the lowermost portion of the building cannot be as inviting as the other quarters of the house. A well-lit and beautifully decorated basement will add to the aesthetics of the house. Decorating and remodeling the basement can be a cheap or a costly affair depending on your budget.
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