Updating 1970s homes
Now the electricians are wrapping up their work to improve the lighting, and it’s time for the tile setters to their magic with this decades old vinyl floor.
The vinyl is bland but it’s securely glued to the concrete subfloor beneath it, so these guys can actually lay their new ceramic right on top of it.
I can’t stand that thump, thump sound you hear a lot of times when you turn a faucet on or off in your home. And hopefully we inspired you to think about remodeling your kitchen. Houses that were built back in the ’60s, and it has a kitchen that’s ripe for remodeling. In addition to posting comments on articles and videos, you can also send your comments and questions to us on our contact page or at (800) 946-4420.
What causes that is the pressure in the waterlines, which could be as high as 60-pounds-per-square-inch, is causing a little bit of movement because of the sudden flow, on or off. And of course, David and Lori took on a lot of work here.
And while they’re getting started, it’s a good time to see what Lori thinks of the progress. Danny Lipford: And for good reason, I mean it looks great, it holds up really well. Danny Lipford: Well, now, the guys will be over here in a little while, and they got, you know, a few more hours, little touch ups here and there to do.
But first, let’s check in with Joe for this week’s Simple Solutions.
The vinyl floor that dominated these homes was functional but not very attractive. And the cabinets have been updated with a fresh coat of paint and brand new doors.
So now you’ve seen the kitchen we’re about to change. We’ve even added a new matching cabinet between the back door and the dining room doors to add a little more storage.
And finding the key that I use all the time, in this case, the backdoor, is not always easy because of all the keys.
Between the car, the house, the shed, the garage, wind up with a whole pocket full of keys.
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Lori Harris: Right, we picked out a beautiful tumbled marble backsplash. Lori Harris: Right, and they’re going to find a way to work in some 4×4 pieces of the granite… Update the cabinet doors, paint the cabinets, change the countertops, update the lighting, change the flooring, and add a decorative backsplash.