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Buying Radiator Covers - Bespoke Or Readymade?

17th October 2011
As more and more people choose to buy radiator covers for their homes one of the most commonly asked questions is whether to buy bespoke radiator cabinets or covers, or whether to buy off the shelf, ready made covers. Certainly in terms of price ready mad... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Bed Bugs and Landlord Responsibilities

22nd October 2010
Bed Bugs, Property Management, & Landlord Liability Most of us heard the nursery rhyme warning Don't let the bed bugs bite, but grew up without even knowing what this mythical bed bug was. Unfortunately, bed bugs have made a rampant return, and are p... Read >
Author: Hollywood Landlord

Kumaru Decking: Features & Benefits

31st August 2010
Originating in the rainforests of South America, Kumaru decking is one of the finest decking materials you can buy. It hosts an impressive array of benefits that make it an instant favorite among deck builders. The kumaru tree reaches heights of 120 fe... Read >
Author: gwatson

Volleyball Terms That Describe Five Types of Quick Sets

09th June 2010
The better you get as a volleyball setter, the more you need to learn about setting a faster quicker offense. The volleyball terms below describe sets that the advanced setters use to outsmart the opposition. Shoot set - The shoot set is a high veloci... Read >
Author: volleyballvoices

Hot Tub Electrical Installation

24th May 2010
Hot tub electrical installation is easy with the proper preparation. Based on the size of the tub, it may be a 120 Volt or 240 Volt unit. Smaller 120 Volt 20 A units can simply be plugged into a receptacle, where larger units will require full electrical ... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Barley Straw: The Efficient and Effective Algae Treatment

29th April 2010
Barley straw has been used since 1990's for pond management as effective and cost-efficient treatment for algae. Algae strip out the nutrients and the oxygen in the pond that can lead to destruction of marine life. However, the barley straw releases certa... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Location and Season when Fishing for Striped Bass in Maine

22nd March 2010
There are few fish that Maine is renowned for, though undoubtedly one of the best candidates is the striped bass, a beautiful, strong fish that is becoming more common throughout Maine's waterways both on and off shore. Easily distinguished by a set of co... Read >
Author: Donald Munoz

Freshwater Habitat Fish Attractors

18th April 2009
Fish attractors provide habitat for many freshwater fish. People have been experimenting with the use of fish attractors for many years and have discovered some of the benefits and some of the problems with using fish attractors. Fish attractors are be... Read >
Author: Brad Metzler

Top Delaware Bass Ponds

17th April 2009
Some of the best ponds during the heat, day or night, have been Millsboro, Killens, Canal Pond and Noxontown First of the closest ponds to both upper and lower Delaware is Killens in Dover. Killens is located right off rt.13. Turn left onto State Park ... Read >
Author: delawarebass

Health Benefits Of Bananas

02nd October 2008
NOT all foods that drink good are good for you, and not all foods that are good for you leaning good. Nevertheless high among the effects that are good for you and sample good must be located the really matured banana. When Disraeli, primary minister of G... Read >
Author: Jamey Sackville

Long Term Storage Tips

27th July 2008
Packing your possessions for long term storage can seem daunting. Planning ahead can help relieve some of the stress and make the experience go much smoother. Below are tips that will help you save time, money and your belongings. The reasons you migh... Read >
Author: royaltyuniverse

Using the Cool Ground to Cool Your Home

01st March 2007
If you dig down five feet in the middle of a desert, the ground will be cool. You can use this inherent coolness to keep the temperature down in your home as well. One of the things you notice when you visit a cave is the cool temperature. The outside... Read >
Author: Quinton Williams
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