Kathy Salazar

Florida Real Estate

Duct Tape Or Scotch

Scotch, translated from the English language means 'Scottish', and Scotch Tape – 'Scotch tape'. But the tape was not invented in Scotland, and not even the Scots. Let's find out: how could there was this name? In the early 20 th century legends about Scottish parsimony, while the 'first' tape adhesive was applied only at […]

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Sun, February 18 2024 » News » Comments Off on Duct Tape Or Scotch

Frescoes Installation

Installation of murals / Instruction Manual sticker mural consisting of 1 or more blades * Murals are non-woven base and glued onto the prepared base (wall or ceiling) as ordinary non-woven wallpaper. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Philadelphia Commercial Real Estate. * Base must be flat, pre-otshpatlevannym, filled (acrylic or other ground deep […]

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Tue, July 28 2020 » News » Comments Off on Frescoes Installation

CPD For Dummies

What is cpd? Abbreviation: cpd probably known to almost everyone, and firmly established in the lives of those who started the repair or construction. Yet, for those who are not experienced with it and for whom this is simply a collection of letters give a definition. Thus, particle board, it also Chipboard, a building material […]

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Sun, August 9 2015 » News » Comments Off on CPD For Dummies

Building Materials

The formation of efflorescence is subject to most of the traditional porous building materials (brick, concrete, lime, plaster, etc.), but most strikingly, they appear on the brick facades of buildings. Massive use of brick in construction of houses and cottages gives builders and customers a lot of trouble. Hope that the facade will retain its […]

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