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Backyard Homegating – Another New Normal

Backyard Homegating – Another New Normal

By Greg Amundson- Jul 29, 2020

Our backyards have become the social areas of our homes we are making improvements to accommodate this social activity. We are adding new decks, patios, furniture, grilling areas, umbrellas, lighting, tv’s and much more. Chances are you have been spending a lot of time in your backyard with family and friends these days. The reasons are obvious but this trend, which our friend John Lederer calls “Backyard Homegating”, is a relatively new trend that will...
6 Reasons to Choose Flexible Trim Strips Over Traditional Caulk

6 Reasons to Choose Flexible Trim Strips Over Traditional Caulk

By Greg Amundson- Jul 22, 2020

Tags : bendable trim stripsCaulk Alternativeeasy caulk removalFlexible TrimHow to Remove Caulktraditional caulk

Traditionally, we’ve always seen our bathtubs, shower corners, and sinks sealed with caulk, whether that is acrylic or silicone caulk. Not only is the process messy and time-consuming, but it also becomes dirty and turns into a hub for collecting grime after a certain amount of time. What is worse, it even turns black or red and gives your bathroom an unkempt, dirty appearance even when it’s as clean as you can possibly make it....
InstaTrim Real Success Story – Flexible Trim Strips Help Senior with Bathroom Mildew Problem

InstaTrim Real Success Story – Flexible Trim Strips Help Senior with Bathroom Mildew Problem

By Greg Amundson- Jul 15, 2020

Tags : bathroom caulkingbendable trim stripsdiy seniorsflexible trim stripsPeel and Stick CaulkReplacing Caulkstayinghomethings to do during covid

Caulking is not easy.  Especially with people of any age struggling with common ailments. Shoulders, stiff necks, and arthritic hands make caulking even more difficult. As we get older, our ailments only get worse, but ironically, so does caulking when it gets older too. However, after only a short period of time of even a year, caulking can start to build up mildew, dirt, and even gaps can appear where bugs can set up shop. ...