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Top 5 advantages of suspended ceilings

23rd March 2011
Most of us don't really spend much time in the day contemplating the ceilings of our offices. The only time we are really likely to pay attention to that expanse of white above us is if it begins to shake, leak, crack, or malfunction in some way. But, cei... Read >
Author: John k. Taylor

Asbestos The Dangers

31st August 2010
Found in many older buildings, its safe removal and disposal is a must. But how do you spot it, and what do you do with it once it's found? What Is Asbestos? Asbestos is made up of long, thin fibrous crystals. It is a naturally occurring silicate min... Read >
Author: Simon Head

The Warning Signs Of Being Bugged Or Under Covert Surveillance

03rd December 2009
Have you ever suspected that you might be under some form of covert surveillance or electronic eavesdropping? If you have been in a situation where confidential information has been leaked, then you probably already know the horrible feeling of powerlessn... Read >
Author: Nicola Brown

Preventing Mold With Proper Insulation

29th July 2009
Mold is all around us, all the time. It is part of Mother Nature's recycling program. It helps break down materials, speeding their decay and return to the earth from which they came. Without certain molds we wouldn't have bread to eat, beer to enjoy, or ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Lost Treasures In Houses

23rd June 2008
What kind of lost treasures can you find in an old house? You have probably heard about the rare book found in the attic that was worth thousands, or the antiques that people find. That's fun too, but this is about the things which somebody actually hid o... Read >
Author: Steve Gillman

How To Find Hidden Treasure

09th February 2006
Where can you find hidden treasure? Almost anywhere. How can you find it? Here are some new ideas on that. I was once involved in tearing down an old house. In the attic, hidden underneath the insulation, I found a glass piggy bank of old pennies. I al... Read >
Author: Steve Gillman
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