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Outside the home winter preparedness

01st November 2012
Before you bring plans for Thank giving, consider some of those winter preparedness ideas. With the official arrival of the fall season, itís an excellent time to do those chores in and around the home that have been put off for a while as we prepare for ... Read >
Author: Charley Shimanski

Let Cockroach Survive Outdoor and Not Indoor

25th October 2012
Why not show a little kindness to a cockroach? In an earlier study, researchers used computer simulations to show that, even with their tiny brains, insects have enough neural circuits to possess consciousness, and they may even be able to count. Kindn... Read >
Author: graemes

Common Complications Found With Chimneys

16th May 2012
All in all, Chimneys are a straightforward piece of ancient technology, basically consisting of a duct or flue from a room to open air on top of the roof. As the pressure at the base of the duct is lower than that at the top, smoke and other fumes are pul... Read >
Author: ZorrrZorrr

How to make glass shelving

20th March 2012
A great article about making your own glass shelving! To make your own glass shelves from pieces of cut glass, you'll need a measuring tape, shelf supports or brackets, gloves, some safety glasses, some nails or screws, and a hammer or screwdriver. You c... Read >
Author: Millhouse

DIY Spray Foam Insulation: Tips and Techniques

24th May 2010
Leaks in the home occur not only where there is a faucet or tap, but through attics, basements, windows, and walls. These types of leaks are referred to as air leaks. Having unwanted air enter your home and wanted air leaving results in higher utility bil... Read >
Author: Conservation Mart

Choosing the Right Size Sink for Your Cabinet

13th April 2010
Choosing the Right Size Sink for Your Cabinet The standard size sink base is 33 inches. In order for your sink to be installed you will need to have enough room for clips to be installed to hold the sink to the countertop. Although installation conditi... Read >
Author: Mr. D

How To Keep Insects Away From Cedar

13th August 2009
Keeping insects away from cedar homes takes some common sense, a little understanding of the insect culture and a bit of 21st century technology. Like all other domestic prevention programs foresight is a lot more effective and a whole lot less expensive ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

How To Detect And Prevent Air Leaks In Your Home

05th July 2009
If your house has air leaks, your electric or gas bill is going to reflect it pretty quickly. So how do you detect whether you have air leaks in your home and what do you do to prevent them? A heated house is much like a chimney in that they both hold ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Installing Tile in Your Bathroom On Your Own

18th May 2009
Tiling a shower is easier than it sounds. This article will explain to you how to tile a shower even if you have never tiled anything in your life. You will obviously need a few tools before you begin. First you should have access to a tile saw to cut you... Read >
Author: nealon52@aol.com

Dryer Venting In A Condo

15th November 2006
Dryer venting in a condo can pose some special problems including condensation. How a dryer vent is installed in a condo can be a bit tricky and remember there's also the vent from the other condo. Suddenly you can be facing damage but it could have been ... Read >
Author: Timothy Mccraney
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