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Six Appliances that Use the Most Energy

23rd May 2013
Households use a lot of energy, and appliances count for the largest portion of energy use. Total consumption is the sum of energy used to heat and cool, light your home, and run your appliances and devices. Some devices use much more energy than others. ... Read >
Author: Laura173

The Function of an Electric Water Heater

27th April 2011
There are a lot of different appliances out there that use some pretty incredible technology in order to make our lives easier. One great example of this type of a unit is that of electric water heaters. These water heaters are great because they can effe... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

Installing Electric Water Heaters

27th April 2011
It is possible to install electric water heaters by yourself, however it is always best to consult a professional. Having knowledge about electricity is just as important as having knowledge about plumbing in order to complete this task. Due to the size o... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

Removing Sediment Buildup in Hot Water Heaters

27th April 2011
Most hot water heaters last for about twenty years or more, but in order to make sure yours lasts it full potential lifespan, it is important to properly care for and maintain it on a regular basis. If your water tank makes noises as it heats the water, t... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

How To Find Good Plumbers In An Emergency

18th February 2011
Finding good plumbers when you’re new to a neighborhood or new to home ownership can be quite a challenge. Nonetheless when a plumbing situation arises and the water starts spraying all over your house, it’s probably best that you hire a professional plum... Read >
Author: Dan Guerrero

Cut Your Electric Bill - Easy Ways To Save Energy Today

20th January 2011
In these days most people are searching for methods to save money. The high cost of gasoline, increase in the cost of groceries and the rise in utilities have pushed most families to seek out cost saving measures in every area of their income. Contrary to... Read >
Author: stevhp7eap

How To Pick The Best Business Slogans, Product Slogans and Event Slogans.

01st October 2010
Slogans, Headlines, Taglines, Catchphrases. They’re all cousins. Each involves using strategically chosen words to help motivate, inspire action and stamp an indelible tattoo in the mind of your target audience. Those few short words should express who yo... Read >
Author: thomasgalvin

How to Decorate a Betta Fish Tank

08th July 2010
So you've got your fish tank set up and all your Betta fish are soothingly and calmly swimming through your water wonderland but there is still something missing. How about decorating your Betta fish's home? Decorate the Betta fish's underwater home wi... Read >
Author: JunoSama

The Difference Between a Water Heater and a Boiler

16th April 2010
Aris Parviz is the general manager of Virginia's Able Air-1, Inc., a family-owned company specializing in home heating and water heating systems of all types, including boilers, water heaters and some newest combination systems. Here, Parviz shares his in... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

Different Types of Tap

29th January 2010
Bib tap Usually brass finished but also available chromium-plated. Has hori¬zontal inlet. Brass taps with a threaded outlet for a hose connector are often used as garden taps. Inlet has BSP male thread. The tap is often connected to a wall plate elbow ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Wet Carpet Removal - Your House Has Flooded; Now What?

15th May 2009
The first thing you experience when entering a flooded home is shock. Get past this quickly, because there's a lot to do if you want to salvage your belongings! If the flooding is from an internal source, such as the washing machine, a water heater, or pi... Read >
Author: Chris

Becoming a Landlord in Ontario and the laws that relate to it

17th April 2009
Deciding to become a landlord is a big commitment and can be very lucrative if certain steps are taken. In 2007, the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) replaced the Tenant Protection Act and any rental agreements that conflict with the relatively new law are... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson

How did people bathe before hot running water?

07th July 2008
These days we have come to expect a certain standard of living as the norm. It is somewhat understandable that we take modern appliances and the advances in technology for granted as we have seen so many dramatic changes in the last decade never mind the ... Read >
Author: Tim

Soggy, Smelly, and Stained: Wet Carpet Issues

25th April 2008
Whether your toilet overflowed, water heater sprung a leak, rain poured in through a hole in your roof, or some other flooding calamity occurred, wet carpet must be dealt with ASAP. Allowing wet carpet to remain soaked leads to numerous problems including... Read >
Author: Mark Decherd
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