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How to keep bees way with bee repellents

25th August 2009
Bees are stinging insects and their sting can prove painful and dangerous. You can educate yourself on simple facts about bees. This proves beneficial at reducing your fears about bees. If you find a bee flying around you, relax and do not swat at it. Swa... Read >
Author: Elena Semick

Pivot Hardware - Use and Selection Guide

29th July 2009
Pivot Hardware - Use and Selection Guide I get calls every week from clients who want to install pivot hardware to hang their doors (and sometimes other items like bookcases and even refrigerators). Using pivot hardware can serve several different cri... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

How To Buy a Compact Freezer

09th July 2009
So you're ready to buy a compact freezer but don't know where to start and what to choose. This little guide will help you to make a clearer choice in regards of your future mini-fridge. Compact freezers are simple single-duty appliances and we don't a... Read >
Author: Samuel Paquette

Baby Baptism Party Ideas - How To Personalize Your Baby's Christening with Photos

27th March 2009
Your baby's baptism is a special and spirtual event meant to be shared with family and friends. Whether you're planning a small get together at your home after the church service or an elaborate reception to celebrate, you'll want to commemorate this impo... Read >
Author: Linda Kling

Why A Built In Fridge Is Better Than A Stand Alone Fridge

27th March 2009
The built in refrigerators is one of the most efficient and spacious fridges and basically they are advantageous over the stand alone refrigerators, commonly referred to as freezer-less fridge because of their wide array of features, for example the built... Read >
Author: Veronica Jewell

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

Job Description of Housekeeper

15th May 2007
The International Nanny Association defines a nanny or housekeeper as one of person "employed by the family on moreover a live-in or live-out basis undertaking all tasks associated to the care of children. Duties are usually limited to childcare and the h... Read >
Author: Shalini
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