I hope everyone had a good year last year. I would like to thank all of you that have given us business this past year. We have enjoyed helping you to get projects done and some emergencies handled. This year we have done several built-in shelving units and I just wanted to show you two of them.
Another way to choose color is to select a fabric you have in the room or will be using in it. If you start with something you love – a fabric, rug, or wallpaper – that you want to use in the finished room, choose your colors from that. Pick one color for your main color and one for a secondary color. You can also choose a third and fourth to use sparingly as an accent color.
Call them up or meet with them and ask them about the kinds of work they’ve done in the past. Ask what their expertise is, and whether they’ve done this kind of work before. If you’re in a state or region where a contractor has to be licensed, ask for their license number so you can verify it. If they want to give you an estimate on the spot, let them, but make it clear that this isn’t binding and you’re not hiring them for any work.
Now use your T-25 to remove the screw holding the cover on the drain pump. Underneath the cover you will see the drain pump impeller. Look for any obstructions, glass, or damage to the blades of the impeller. If you see an obstruction that is holding the impeller, clear it. If you see major damage to the impeller, stop! You need a major repair that I do not cover in this guide.
Here’s the third and final corner of our bathroom (not counting the corner where the doors swings in). I went with a shelving unit above the toilet to gain a bit more storage space. But I didn’t want to fill it up too much to start. I went with a small holder for Q-tips, a lotion bottle, extra soap, an artificial plant for greenery, and two small books for reading material. Other than the plant, these items came from around our home, keeping in mind the color scheme of the bathroom which are natural tones – browns, whites, and blues.