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Why Your Countertop Needs Adequate Support

23rd May 2011
Most homeowners would prefer granite stone for their countertops. Granite is generally regarded as a very heavy stone. It weighs about 18 pounds per square foot. Even if your countertop is of the average size, it would be quite heavy. A countertop support... Read >
Author: steve jones

Not just a Vinyl Table Cloth~ Why is it just not a Vinyl Table Cloth!

17th March 2011
If you have kids you all know that they can make big messes. The vinyl tablecloth is so very easy to clean. All you just need is soap and water and a little elbow grease depending on the spill. I have three boys and we make A vinyl tablecloth is one of th... Read >
Author: Pamela Molly

Guide to Building a Bar

26th March 2010
It is an easy task to build a bar. Building a bar in a home is a wonderful idea and it can be simple like designating a kitchen cupboard as a liquor cabinet or it can also be more broad such as building a wet bar in the basement which contains all the ame... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Bimini Ring Game - Learn how to win

05th January 2010
You have probably seen a Bimini Ring Game in your travels. It's such a simple game to play and so much fun you and your friends will definitely find hours and hours of entertainment playing this game. Many bars and restaraunts offer a free prize or gif... Read >
Author: Gaver

How to build parapet walls on a concrete flat roof

24th November 2009
Parapet walls are built on concrete flat roofs. The height of the walls is three to four feet high. They are built on the edge to secure the flat roof. This is done to protect people from falling off the concrete slab. The construction uses similar wallin... Read >
Author: Andrew Karundu

Building DIY Shed Ramps for your New Shed.

20th November 2009
So you have either purchased or built your new storage shed, but now you need to find a way to get your gear in and out of your new shed. Building a DIY shed ramp is the perfect solution to help you get your lawnmower, tiller, wheelbarrow and other heavy ... Read >
Author: Peter C Dougan

Basic Roof Trusses Design specifications for Better Construction

12th November 2009
Approximately 75% of homes built today utilize pre-fabricated roof trusses in place of conventional roof rafters to support the roof! Roof trusses are pre-manufactured wood structures which are fabricated in a workshop and carefully designed to support th... Read >
Author: Richard Bose

Rhinoplasty, Nose Job, Nasal Reshaping In The Philippines :Affordable Cost, Before and After Results

19th August 2009
Nose Augmentation/ Rhinoplasty/Alar trimming/Tip Plasty Rhinoplasty is not a single standard procedure that may address all the features or needs of an Asian or Caucasian nose. There are several types of rhinoplasty procedure. And it will be difficult ... Read >
Author: Rino Lorenzo

Things To Consider When Building A Second Floor Addition

28th February 2009
Building a second floor addition onto a single story home has become a very popular option for home owners looking for additional living space without the hassle of uprooting their family. However, you should keep in mind that building any home addition i... Read >
Author: Stefan

How To Decorate Your House Using Geraniums

24th February 2009
cottages-all can be enhanced by this brand of gardening. A few of the seemingly endless possibilities enter entranceways, steps, courtyards, parapet, rooftops, balconies, patios, breezeways, lawns, driveways, walks, sundecks, windowsills, porches, summer ... Read >
Author: Joshua Santor

Sandal Etiquette For the Workplace

26th June 2008
As casual wear becomes the norm at most offices, sandals have begun to be accepted at corporate offices nationwide. However, there are still a few precautions you should take when wearing these comfortable shoes at work. Follow these handy tips to ensure ... Read >
Author: Angela West

Instructions on how to Build a Modern Bed D-I-Y Style

04th June 2008
Well with every the modern bottom discover there in the market, it's same it pushes you to do more. Give it an edge, like, why not build your own. So what are the things to consider when you want to build a modern bottom yourself? The design, it is probab... Read >
Author: Vanessa Doctor

Simplifying Stair Rise And Run Calculations

02nd November 2005
Simplifying Stair Rise And Run Calculations When I first started my career in carpentry, building a set of stairs seemed like a complicated and daunting task. We're not talking finished oak, curved or spiral staircases. I'm talking about your normal c... Read >
Author: Mike Merisko
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