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How to Clean a Portable Ice Maker

16th May 2011
A portable ice maker is a great addition to any home. Portable ice makers can ensure that you have enough ice for any situation, be it birthday parties, graduation parties, picnics, camping, or other outings. Once you have purchased and began using and en... Read >
Author: janesmith01

Fabric Door Stops – Handmade Fabric Door Stops at FabricDoorStops.

07th March 2011
Fabric door stops are the most chic things that one could use near their doors as they serve two purposes at one go…decorative as well as practical. Decorative door stops serve the purpose of stopping the door from slamming with great force and also enhan... Read >
Author: Banishina Brat

Best Way to Soundproof:Resilient Channel or Soundproofing Drywall

23rd February 2011
What is Resilient Channel? Resilient channels are metal strips used to add airspace between drywall and the studs of a wall structure in order to reduce sound transmission. The channels are installed on the studs at right angles, and the drywall attach... Read >
Author: george

Foundation Cracks & their various types

20th January 2011
They can be of very serious nature which is again irrespective of the size and type of crack. Various types are hairline wall crack, basement window crack and stair step block cracks. Most of the crack takes in place in block or concrete foundations. It t... Read >
Author: robertbrown1213

How to Touch Up Trouble Spots on Your Interior Walls

21st June 2010
Painting the interiors of your home without asking help from professionals is a hard task. However, maintaining the interior paint in your property could become twice harder than painting your walls. The presence of small trouble spots in your interio... Read >
Author: F. Morgan

Low Cost and Easy Soundproofing Solution instead of Drywall and Resilient Channel: QuietRock

23rd April 2010
The advent of high quality audio systems and home theaters has changed the building environment completely. Where hotels, motels, homes, condos, and apartments previously only needed to deal with isolating a neighbor's voice, we must now contend with loud... Read >
Author: george

The Evolution of Insulation

02nd February 2010
Even though it might be considered by many to be a "modern luxury," insulation is by no means new. In fact, civilizations like the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Romans utilized forms of insulation. The use of insulation to regulate temperatures and pr... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Vertical Style Window Blinds Help Condo Residents To Shore Against Light

19th May 2009
Vertical blinds provide a trouble-free solution to light issues in condominiums while they add a clean, modern look to the room. Vertical blinds are trouble free and easy to maintain. They hang straight and you never have any problems with bunching or sag... Read >
Author: Judith Persit

Causes of Cracks in the Plaster along Exterior Walls of the Home

08th May 2009
There are numerous reasons why the plaster along the exterior walls of your home will crack making the interior walls look very unsightly. It is important to determine the cause of any cracks you find so that you can repair them effectively. Some of the m... Read >
Author: Allison Ryan

Why the Experts Choose Stone Veneer Panels

19th March 2009
What's so great about stone veneer panels? Hey, anytime you can take something difficult and expensive and make it easy and cheap, you've got a winner on your hands. And that's exactly what's so great about stone veneer panels. They are much easier to... Read >
Author: Paul Easton

Discover The Troublesome Truth About Gloss Paint For Interior walls - Get Painting Contractor advice

13th March 2009
As a painting contractor for many years, I have witnessed many mistakes by well meaning homeowners who simply don't understand just how quirky gloss paint can be on interior walls. In an effort to achieve durability and scrub ability many rush off to purc... Read >
Author: Nicky Taylor

A Brief Introduction to Brick and Tile

13th March 2007
Although brick and tile are two of the oldest construction materials, they remain favorites among homebuilders and home improvement specialists today. And there's a good reason for it! Not only is brick and tile beautiful, they're strong and resistant to ... Read >
Author: PaulGlover

Ten Principles Of Good Food Storage For Safe Food Hygiene

24th September 2006
Good management of food storage areas is of paramount importance for the prevention of food contamination. Here is a rundown of my ten principles of correct food storage. Wash out and defrost your fridge at least three times a week. Clean up spillages ... Read >
Author: Andrew Routledge
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