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Safety Tips For The DIY Car Mechanic

06th March 2012
Let me begin by stating the obvious: you should NEVER attempt repairs that are beyond your ability. Knowing that some of you will ignore this priceless advice, Iím writing this article anyway. Itís ALWAYS better to pay an expert than to attempt major ca... Read >
Author: lynnjulian

Significance of using Pedestal Fans in India

05th July 2011
Whether you are using a ceiling or pedestal or table fan, the purpose is the same to cool the environment. People have been using these propellers for several years now. With numerous technological improvements happening over the years, even the functiona... Read >
Author: Shalu Nagpal

Best Impact Drivers - Makita BTD142 Stands Tall

23rd May 2011
Remodeling? Have you heard about impact drivers yet? They are getting lots of praise from inside the DIY and construction circles. If you are not one of the "insiders", you may not have heard, but the word is getting out. Leading the way toward this in... Read >
Author: Wayne Rasku

Preventive Measures in Electricity Shock

23rd February 2011
The main hazards associated with electricity are fire and electrical shock. Electrical shock appears when the body becomes portion of the electric circuit, either when everyone comes in contact with the wires of an electrical circuit, two wires of an ener... Read >
Author: Kesslerfields

Top Causes of Electrical Fires

13th October 2009
What are the top causes of electrical fires and how can you avoid them? We asked Bill Lutz, an electrician with Generation 3 Electric in Philadelphia, to share his top tips. 1) Careless installation: Often a general contractor will offer to do electr... Read >
Author: Yodle

Overloading electrical Outlets Cause Fires

16th February 2009
Overloading plug-ins causes fire hazards in your house. It gets overloaded by too many thing plugged in at once. It can cause the cords to burn up and fire and smoke to come from the plug-in itself. If you have too many things hooked up to a fuse, it can ... Read >
Author: Aydan Corkern

How Many Outlets Should I Have in Each Room?

25th June 2008
How many outlets you should have in a room is determined by your housing electrical code. Not all housing codes are the same for all states. Generally, you need to have an outlet every six feet. This is common in living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms. I... Read >
Author: Andy Electrician

How To Start a Moonwalk Business

30th October 2007
You've probably seen moonwalks at local events and parties. Perhaps you've even rented one. But have you ever thought about the financial windfall that can come with owning moonwalks yourself?Moonwalks rent for anywhere from $85.00/day on the west coast t... Read >
Author: lhuber

Auto Shop Safety

11th April 2007
In today's auto shop there are many potential hazards to the fragile human body. In order to have a safe and productive work environment, there are simple steps that need to be taken in order to insure the physical safety of everyone in your automotive se... Read >
Author: Jason Miller
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