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Two Post Auto Lift Installation

26th October 2012
One of the questions we at Redline Engineering get most often about two post auto lifts is, "How hard is it to put up?" I tell people that if you have enough mechanical aptitude to work on a car, you can put up a lift. Realistically, you're looking at a h... Read >
Author: Christopher King

Selecting the Best Method for Concrete Crack Repair

11th July 2012
Concrete eventually cracks and selecting a good repair method is paramount. To be successful, you must choose a technique that addresses the cause of the fracture and present condition of the slab. In the past, contractors often glued metal U clips o... Read >
Author: Mark Weber

Radiator Covers - The Green Alternative?

12th November 2011
How on earth do radiator covers work? It seems a ludicrous idea at first, how covering something up can make it more efficient. But actually despite the initial confusion there's not only good sound sense behind it, but there are other examples we come ac... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

DIY - Modern Design Bed Frame

28th March 2011
Maybe you happen to be tired of the rickety metal frame of one's bed and you may have no laid funds to purchase an high priced new frame. If you'd like to possess a contemporary style bed with out spending an excessive amount of, you are able to opt to cu... Read >
Author: Barbara Quinteen

Fall Arrest vs Restraint When Working at Height

21st September 2010
Restraint Guidance by LeadingEdgeSafety.co.ukWhat is restraint?Operating in restraint allows an operative the access and mobility necessary to reach the leading edge (possible fall hazard) and carry out their tasks whilst preventing them from probably fal... Read >
Author: Cory Bennett

Working With Grid System for Print Design

21st July 2010
In this short article, I will share with you some ideas and advice about working with grid systems. Grid systems can seem complex if you are new them. In addition, some designers imagine that using grids will limit their creativity. But the truth is that ... Read >
Author: DesignersBookshop

Things To Know About Mezzanine Floors

26th May 2010
There are many benefits and advantages of using mezzanine floors, whether it is in a warehouse or wherever. In fact a warehouse design is not complete without a mezzanine floor, since such floors are durable and easy to maintain. It is worth noting that m... Read >
Author: Kim Cascio

All About Hot Rolling And Induction Bending

05th May 2010
Induction bending is also referred to as hot rolling, but there are some differences between the two processes. Induction bending is an efficient way to form a bend when only a specific area of a metal tube or pipe requires a bend, while in the hot rollin... Read >
Author: Corey Rozon

How to build basement stairs on a budget.

29th August 2009
Basement stairs come in all shapes and sizes from the very simple utility/access stair to the more elaborate decorative stairs where the basement is expanded to be a major part of the living area. One of the major issues facing the stair builder is the un... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How Much Does Granite Countertops Cost

11th July 2009
The cost of granite countertops depends on its extraction process. Quarrying of granites takes place in several countries like Africa, Brazil, and Maine. The cost for the countertops shoots the sky because of the amount of labor involved. The extraction o... Read >
Author: yanita

How to Get Rid Of Termites Effectively?

17th March 2009
Are you having nagging doubts if your house is infested with termites? Well, you should not wait. Do something immediately to get rid of them. They can cause your house so much trouble that you might even find yourself in a stage where you will decide to ... Read >
Author: Ashish

How to hook up outdoor speakers

10th March 2009
You are reading this because you purchased some outdoor speakers and you need some guidance on hook up, right? Well then this is the article you have been looking for! In this session we will discuss the tips and techniques on hooking up your stereo/ampli... Read >
Author: Outdoor Speaker Guy

Different Types Of Chemical Treatment For Termites

09th March 2009
• Liquid Termiticide - Liquid termiticides are usually applied completely around and underneath a structure covering all areas where termites might gain access. For new construction, this is accomplished by treating the graded soil before the slab is... Read >
Author: Jesus Saku

Different Types of Porch Flooring You Can Choose

11th November 2008
In terms of finding the right flooring for your porch there are basically two main types to choose from wood and concrete. Wood porch flooring looks really elegant, but it does require more maintenance than concrete. This is the reason that more and more ... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Sizing a Gas Furnace and Central Air Conditioner for Your Home

29th February 2008
We want to be clear on sizing - we don't care what size furnace you currently have because almost all gas furnaces are considerably oversized. Oversized furnaces use more fuel, reduce home comfort and wear out faster than properly sized furnaces. Why, bec... Read >
Author: Steve Boerger
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