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Basement Waterproofing: DIY Tips And Techniques

11th July 2012
Basement waterproofing is not a simple task. However, it can be manageable if you have the right tools, purchase the right materials, and have the right instructions. This article will provide you with basic waterproofing tips and techniques in order to a... Read >
Author: Internet Consultant

Drainage problem can be solved by using French drain

09th January 2012
Stagnant water in yard is surely an inconvenience, which create possible health problems or drainage to your home foundation. A light or heavy rain will cause drainage problems. There are also several solutions for these drainage problems that are easier ... Read >
Author: Plumbing&heating303

How to Deal With Different Types of Edema?

15th June 2011
In common parlance, edema implies a swelling of certain body tissues due to excess water content. Professionals define it as an accumulation of excess fluid in certain parts of the body’s tissues. The extra fluid accumulates outside of the capillaries in ... Read >
Author: Alice

The Beauty of Basement Window Wells

05th May 2011
Basement window wells save a basement from being dreary. It also lets natural light and air enters the basement. Basement window wells protect the basement windows from getting broken and dumped with soil and debris. It can also be decorated and custom-ma... Read >
Author: Tucker LaPolla

How To Stop Basement Wall Cracks

21st March 2011
Having basement wall crack!!! How to stop basement wall cracks? Are these your matter of concern when you think of home? Forget all your worries and apply the finest remedy to get over all the issues related to basement wall cracking. Let us discuss the f... Read >
Author: ashokcis

What Is a Drain Trap?

10th August 2010
Losing an item down the kitchen sink can be particularly frustrating if it gets snagged in the drain trap. Traps are located below every kitchen sink and toilet. Traps contain a plug of water within a curved section of pipe; this water keeps harmful sewer... Read >
Author: David

How and Why Fluid Builds up in the Lungs

26th February 2010
Human lungs are two large organs like a balloon inside the chest cavity located behind the heart and the upper part of the stomach. The lungs and the body's circulatory system helps in distributed to the internal organs and carbon dioxide push out from th... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Causes Of Ceiling Water Damage In Buildings

06th October 2009
Ceiling Water Damage can take place in any type of building, whether it is a one storied house or an apartment in a multi-storied building. No matter where you live, you have to ensure that you take steps to prevent and, if necessary, rectify this problem... Read >
Author: Klik Sail

Diminish and Heal Unsightly Spider Veins in Legs

07th September 2009
When I was growing up, I remember noticing the unsightly surface veins on my grandmother's legs and asking her what happened. She assured me that nothing in particular had happened, but that the bluish vein-like spots on her legs were what were known as s... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

My Cat Has a Cold

05th September 2008
Just like humans, cats can catch colds, and they do so somewhat frequently. However, colds are not passed on between humans and cats since the viruses that cause colds are species-specific. Simply put we do have a cold advantage over cats: while we can ca... Read >
Author: Max Young

Oil Traps

08th October 2007
When companies drill for oil, they are looking for oil traps. Oil seeps up through rocks and collects inside the ground, forming an oil trap. This seepage is called migration. Oil originates in a source rock and migrates through the layers. Shale is the m... Read >
Author: Mickey Horn
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