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DIY Repairs For Your Air Conditioner

16th May 2013
If you are using your air conditioner regularly this summer, it is inevitable that things will break down. You may notice, for example, that your ac isn’t cooling as well as it used to. Or perhaps it is making strange sounds. Or maybe you find that you ha... Read >
Author: Jane D

WOODEN SUNDECK BUILT IN FOREST HILLS DURBAN

12th February 2013
This sun deck we made was an addition to a sun deck we carried out last year. This client originally made a 20 odd square metre deck off the front of his granny flat. It was then decided to extend the sun deck around the corner to tie up with the kitchen ... Read >
Author: Brendon Tasso

Changing Your Garage Door Springs

30th January 2013
Are you using a hard time increasing your garage doors? Absolutely no loose anchoring screws, hinges, or even anything? Perhaps you have checked the actual moving components and inner mechanisms? Could it be working well? If you clarified to all of those ... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

How to Install and Operate a RearvIew Mirror GPS?

08th October 2012
Things you should know before you install the rearview mirror gps: Most vehicle have the mirror mounted directly onto the glass; Therefore improper tools or techniques used in the installation could result in a damaged or broken windshield. It is stron... Read >
Author: Ajax

Ten Cool Uses For Your Cordless Impact Driver

18th May 2012
Unsure if you'll really use a battery powered impact driver very often if you get one? Or maybe you have got one already but are not working too much with it. Look at these ten ways in which to use your tool to get some work done in no time! Build a de... Read >
Author: Kat Helms

Defy Plus is a brilliant cell phone

27th April 2012
Motorola’s first try at rugged smartphones was the IP67 certified DEFY and now they’ve launched its successor, the DEFY+. It’s got the same form factor, but the internals seem to have been modified. This one sports a faster processor and a newer version o... Read >
Author: jakson0100

EPDM Roofing Kit

21st March 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Dan Garren EPDM is a very versatile product. Not only can it be used on commercial and residential buildings, but also on recreational vehicles, travel trailers, mobile homes, or modular buildings. Many contractors use EPDM kits for ... Read >
Author: 3gdigitalmarketing

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

Recovering Important Data from a Clicking Hard Drive

15th March 2012
All the elements of modern hard drives, right down to the torque settings of the screws factor into the overall operation so when a drive is clicking and important data isn't backed up you might want to call somebody more familiar with the problem. Crashe... Read >
Author: Pat Boardman

Broken Laptop Screens are Not Usually Hard to Replace

19th January 2012
Often a laptop owner will know immediately if the screen has become damaged as the laptop display screen will either be completely unusable or impaired by cracks, marks, hue shifts or perhaps no image at all. When you have dropped or sat on top of your... Read >
Author: Laptop Repair Man

Razer Arctosa

21st December 2011
Keyboard Review The Razer Arctosa is considered to be an entry level gamer’s keyboard that will get new gamers started or for someone not looking for all of the complexity and the bells and whistles of a higher priced board. The Arctosa starts out... Read >
Author: Allanst

How To Build A Sand Pit Using New Railway Sleepers

11th November 2011
First things first; you'll have to decide where you'd like to place your new sand pit. Start by measuring out your desired areas. Ideally this will be away from any over hanging trees which could potentially will drop leaves into the sand. An important th... Read >
Author: railway-sleepers

Why Do Some Guitar Pickups Sound Great And Others Sound Dull?

28th October 2011
Let's start by stating that what is thought to be a great guitar pickup by one guitarist may not be considered nice by another. This is all about tone and everybody has a completely different idea of what the right tone is. A well made pickup is just l... Read >
Author: Todd Witzken

Commonly Used Tools in the Locksmith Trade

10th October 2011
The list of requisite tool for the locksmith trade is exhaustive as they use many specialised tools. Most of the tools are used by the locksmith in his shop and some are required to be carried around with him at the place of his customers. The major opera... Read >
Author: Locksmith

Decorative Corten Steel Screens

19th August 2011
Decorative corten steel screens have become more and more popular as people have decided to use them as additions to their fences or rendered walls around their home or property. These screens are often used for safety and privacy reasons, while also brin... Read >
Author: Max Muller
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