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6 months6 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Too much moisture

If you don't already have a fan, install a bathroom exhaust fan, these are specifically designed to handle the load and provide sufficient air flow for what you need. Another…

8 months8 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Kitchen sink

Kindred is a relatively good brand as I know of. I'd go for the stainless steel look, the gray shade that just goes well with anything if I were you.

8 months8 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Kitchen sink placement

I imagine it would look better if centered to the window.

8 months8 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Shed insulation

No, we had the same procedure done a while back, there's no risk as long as the handyman knows what he's doing.

8 months8 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Bathroom accessories - is it worth paying more?

I actually invested quite a lot on these, didn't want to cheap out and regret it later. And my experience has been nothing but great, while online and speaking with…

8 months8 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Kitchen Cabinet 2pac colour

Some suggestions, combos I really like would be:
Matte black cabinets and matte black counters;
Stainless and white;
Eggplant and grey, a mid-dark version;
Moss and white.

9 months9 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Rust - help pls!

Some pictures would help. Also, go with BigJohn's advice, it's really on par, should be your best route.

9 months9 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Smell in kitchen

I usually mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 quart hot water and use that to clean up pretty much anything fridge-related. Hope the solution works for you too,…

9 months9 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Asko Or Bosch Washing Machine

I don't have any personal experience with Asko, but I do with Bosch (dishwasher and some tools). I definitely recommend you go with Bosch, it's a respected brand for a…

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9 months9 monthsBillie14Billie14 posted:
Does ceiling height effects heating efficiency &ongoing cost

Generally speaking, increasing height does automatically affect heating efficiency as there is more room to cover.

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