Live video of the Viking Project performing ‘Driftwood’ in the Harbour Bar, Bray, Co Wicklow.
For more information on the Viking Project visit:
Official Site: http://www.vikingprojectmusic.com/
Filmed by Video Art Ireland
Very special thanks to Ray and Matt at VAI and to all at the Harbour Bar.
People put time and money into home improvement for a number of reasons. These type of projects can be small and require only a few hours or large and require weeks or even months. There are all sorts of things that must be taken into consideration, whether you are doing the project yourself or hiring someone to do it for you. In the next few paragraphs, you’ll find suggestions and pointers that will make any project run much more smoothly.
There are many small projects that can improve the value of your home. If you want to sell the home, think about making a few small changes. One example might be a new splash of paint on the interior and exterior. This simple fix will cost only $100 or $200, but can increase your equity up to $1,000.
A crazy addition will add some pizazz to your house. For example, you may want to create a library that has lots of built in bookshelves, or to add a wine cellar to your basement. It will impress your guests and anyone that is interested in purchasing your property.
Update the look of any bathroom with new metal fixtures. Shower curtain rods, towel racks and even toilet paper holders come in assorted shapes and finishes. Some home improvement stores sell these items as a package; this is a good way to save money.
When you are doing your next project, make a place where your garbage can go. It can be rather costly getting rid of all the rubbish, so make sure to plan ahead and save yourself some money.
Home improvement can take a lot of time and cost a lot of money. Doing your research and being informed, can save you quite a bit of time and money. Using the tips found here is a great place to start.