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Remarkable Deals On All Your Home Improvements and Home Repair Needs

 

 

 

Thinking of remodelling for the holidays?  If you are looking for remarkable deals on all your home improvement and home repair needs in Durham Region, then Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services is the place to call for great savings!

 

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  • Experienced Craftsman
  • Quality Workmanship
  • Services You Can Trust

When you call Don Of All Trades Professional Home Maintenance Services, you can rest assure you are not only dealing with an experienced, knowledgeable and reasonably priced  Home Improvement organization, you are also getting an opportunity to book a complimentary one on one consultation. Communication is key. We take the time to listen to what You want and Expect. It’s the perfect time for you to ask questions, address concerns and get you the best price possible.

  •  Independently Owned and Locally Operated
  • Fully Insured and Licenced
  • Proud to service the Durham Region Community
 Enjoy great savings on:
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Save $$$ on Light fixtures, mirror and curtain rod installations.
 
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Save $$$ on Drywall repairs and appliance installations.
 
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Save $$$ on Painting and staining.
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Save $$$ on Bathroom remodelling, toilette replacements, sinks, and tiling.
 
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 Save $$$ on Bathtubs, vanity installations, faucets, showers and so much more!
 So Who Else Can Benefit From Our  10% Off Home Remodelling and Home Repair Holiday Discount?
First Time Home Buyers
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Wondering if your project or home repair is something we do?
Send us an email at infodonofalltrades@gmail.com or call our office to find out more about our services.
Happy Holidays from Our Team at Don Of All Trades!
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Enjoy Our 10% off All Home Remodeling Event going on now! Call
905-259-5249 to book your complimentary in home consultation today!  Visit www.donofalltrades.ca.
Hurry, Offer Ends December 31, 2014.

 

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Tips On Sealing Natural Slate Tile Flooring

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I have included some information for my readers who are planning on sealing their Natural Stone Flooring. These photos are  the end result of a project I completed recently.  I am very pleased at the outcome. These floors look FANTASTIC!

Buy a penetrating sealer specifically designed for natural stones with silicon content. This type of sealer penetrates the stones’ pores for firm adhesion and closes the pores with its silicon formulation. If the tile grout is unsealed, it will be practical to purchase a 2-in-1 sealer that seals both the tiles and the grout.

You may choose either the spray-on or the brush-on type. The brush-on type can be applied with paint or roller brush. This type of sealant is cheaper as compared to the spray-on type. The latter, however, provides convenience in application, since you only have to spray it on the tiles’ surface.

Slate typically comes from Brazil, Vermont, China and India. The Brazilian and Vermont slates tend to have a low absorption rate, while Indian and Chinese have variable absorption rates. The softer slates need more attention with sealants before and after installation than do the harder slate tiles. Slate is a metamorphic rock, starting as a sedimentary rock and with pressure and temperature over time became slate. Because it has some porosity, you may want to seal it to keep it from staining.

The preparation needed before sealing your slate floor tiles is to clean all slate surfaces, and let them dry thoroughly before applying one coat of the penetrating tile sealer. There are surface, or topical, sealers, but the penetrating sealer gives your stone tile better protection, and looks better longer. Apply the sealer in a thin coat, following the grain of the slate and let it dry for at least two hours and reapply (your specific product will tell you how long between coats to let it dry).

After you have applied your coat of penetrating slate tile sealant, let cure for at least 24 hours before walking on the floor. The longer you can let it cure before walking on it, the better protection you will have, and the longer the finish will last.

Maintaining your slate floor is easy. Just clean it with mild soap and water, and dry mop or vacuum in between washings. If you are accustomed to waxing floors, you are in for a treat because wax isn’t necessary on slate. Wax won’t hurt the slate, but will obscure it’s natural beauty, turn the tiles a darker shade, and may yellow the grout; all good reasons to not wax your floor.

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New Look For An Old Porch By: Don Of All Trades

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We are very pleased at the end result of giving this old porch an new look. With a little hard work, patience, concrete and skill anyone can have this cleaned and finished look!

 

 

Front Porch Before

This home owner had upgraded this front porch years before over the existing concrete porch with cedar wood.  Every year the spindles, handrails, base, pillars and steps had to be re-stained as part of their maintenance.  Well we decided to get rid of it and to our surprise we had an opportunity to work with the original steps and base since they were in good enough condition.

Original Concrete Base

Condition of the porch base, steps and pillars after all the cedar was removed.

New  Formed Steps

A new wider step was formed from concrete to give a more even look to the form of the steps and the porch.

Brick Pillars

These pillars were in very good condition considering the age of this  75 year old home.

Resurfacing Pillars

Concrete was incorporated to the pillars which defined the accents on them. This gives off a new, fresh clean look  and more character to the entire porch.

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Finished Product. Front porch is more inviting, has more curb appeal and value to this home.

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