Home renovation is a huge project that starts simple. You peel back a corner of carpeting on Saturday morning, and a light bulb goes off in your head: Why not refinish these hardwood floors?
Six months later, that mere refinishing project has led to torn-down walls, pried-up floorboards, and decommissioned bedrooms. But the flip side of this is you eventually end up with a gorgeous, refinished house for a fraction of the cost it would have cost to buy a new house.
1.You should know that most buildings need maintenance cycle
after every 50-60 years.
2.The thing to remember is mortar. New
mortar should match as closely as possible in colour, consistency, and elevation.
3.Using too much Portland cement in the mix creates
hard mortars which can damage old buildings.