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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

Modular Kitchen: the best option

02nd May 2012
The simplest possible definition of modular kitchen is that it is a kitchen made up of many different parts called modules. The usual modules in a modular kitchen are kitchen cabinets, kitchen worktops, sinks to wash the dishes, the kitchen electronic app... Read >
Author: vinag

Woodburning Stoves - A Background

04th May 2011
As with so quite a few Victorian home objects, there was a 19th century pattern to model new designs of stove, which found the beginnings of lots of of today's appealing freestanding stove designs. These integrated Jotul of Norway, created in 1853, and ma... Read >
Author: Mary Sutton

Creating a Surround for a Wooden Burning Stove

07th April 2011
A surround for your wooden burning stove has a practical function as it safeguards non-combustible surfaces from the heat of the fire. Nonetheless, it also serves a ornamental purpose, with a array of prepared-to-fit surrounds accessible in a assortment o... Read >
Author: Tristan Weiss

Roofing and Rain Screen Cladding Needs of a Building

19th January 2011
Constructing a house is not an easy job and the ceiling and roof are two very tedious construction works for any builder. In order to build a proper, insulated and sturdy dwelling, the builder has to finish the fascia, soffit and cladding layers. For thos... Read >
Author: Melissa Coleman

Building & Replacing Fireplaces

23rd December 2010
How to replace a fireplace Removing a fireback is a messy job, so empty the room as far as feasible and cover any remaining items with dust sheets. Wear old clothes and a dust mask and lay additional dust sheets over the hearth along with the floor aroun... Read >
Author: Smithy

Professional Denver Fireplace Installation

20th July 2010
You've heard it before, but it bears repeating: if you want it done right, hire a professional. Your Denver fireplace installation will go much better and you'll wind up safer when you hire trained Denver fireplace installers to do the job, and in fact, t... Read >
Author: Wayne Hemrick

Homemade Wood Stove: How To Make a Homemade Wood Stove

30th May 2010
You know what's the best part about D.I.Y. guides? The fact that you can construct anything by yourself in turn saving so much on what you would have to spend so much on a normal basis. It's pretty amazing what you can build by yourself nowadays with the ... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

The Secrets to Achieving That True Smoky Barbecue Flavor

21st April 2010
Have you ever been to a rib joint or a backyard barbecue and wondered just how they got that beautifully smoky taste in their food? Well, it's not as difficult as it might seem. There are a few tips and techniques that I am going to share with you that wi... Read >
Author: T L Kuhn

Kelly's Kettle Reviewed

09th April 2010
We are Martin and Adrian. This is our review of the famous Kelly (Volcano) Kettle for which we did a instructional video recently, which was great fun to do. What is a Kelly kettle? A Kelly Kettle is a piece of portable equipment used for outdoor campin... Read >
Author: Martin Castle

Bbq Smoker Do's And Don'ts - Part 1

07th April 2010
Don't get in a hurry Do not get yourself into a hurry when smoking meat. Good BBQ, and all good food for that matter, takes time and patience. You simply can't rush into it. Allow around 1 to 1 1/2 hours per pound for most meats. If you are using a woo... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

The Perila of Letting Property in England

17th February 2010
When we moved over here the sale of our property had fallen through and we were forced to let it out to cover the mortgage payments. For the first few months things were ok, the tenant Liam Marchant-Lane paid on time. Then after a few months rent started ... Read >
Author: Peter Wagstaff

10 Impossible Facts about Santa Claus

27th November 2009
Ever wondered just how Santa achieves the amazing feat of delivery a Christmas gift to every home around the globe? Just what does it take to deliver to children all over the world. Here's a collection of interesting facts about Santa and his team:- ... Read >
Author: Jen C

The Advantages of Yurts

16th October 2009
It's probably best to get this out the way: Yurts do have disadvantages. The first disadvantage is their price; a decent yurt can set you back as much as £3000. The second disadvantage is that they are generally larger and bulkier to transport than a ten... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Wood Burning Stoves Top Tips

27th June 2009
When looking at buying your multi-fuel stove you will be told it gives out this many KW's or so many BTU's. This can be a bit confusing. What you need is to measure your room height,length and width multiply this figure. This gives you your squared room s... Read >
Author: WhichBurner
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