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How to Choose the Right Vessel Sink for Your Bathroom

How to Choose the Right Vessel Sink for Your Bathroom

by Guest on Mar 5, 2010

Vessel sinks are the hottest new trend in bathroom design. In many ways, vessel sinks are a throwback to a time before plumbing when people washed up each morning in elaborate china basins that sat atop their bedroom vanities. During Victorian times these beautiful China fixtures were paired with matching floral and gilt pitchers to hold the water, and some people still collect these sets. Vessel sinks are a beautiful new take on an old idea. Continue reading →

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Making the World Cleaner and Greener Using an Innovative Wind Power

Making the World Cleaner and Greener Using an Innovative Wind Power

by Guest on Mar 4, 2010

If you use a simple wind power design, you could start producing enough power to run all your domestic electrical appliances. With your personal wind power, you should be able to save a lot of money and decrease pollution as an extra benefit. These days you can see several sites that have plans that will help you build your own wind mill with a few basic items that could be got from most hardware stores. Some equipment may need to be sourced from an electrical dealer, but these items are generally not difficult to find. Continue reading →

Increase Your Enjoyment of Outdoor Space

Increase Your Enjoyment of Outdoor Space

by Guest on Mar 4, 2010

Your yard is meant to be enjoyed by you and your family. And, how you and your family decide to do this is completely a personal choice. So, take a minute to think about your family as well as your current circumstances and determine how you can maximize the pleasure of your yard. Consider your future plans for family when you are designing your backyard. Do you have kids now? If not, do you plan on having kids one day? If so, this will change what landscaping additions you pick. If you are going to have kids, you'll want to select grasses, shrubs and flowers that will adapt to the increased amounts of traffic that kids can bring. Continue reading →

Great Patio Ideas to Add Life to Your Home

Great Patio Ideas to Add Life to Your Home

by Guest on Mar 2, 2010

The patio has its practical uses. You can use it to enjoy meals with family, or use it as a setting for many garden barbecue parties. You can use it as a place for solitude or a haven for relaxation. You can turn it into a virtual playground for the kids to play or a swimming pool complete with its own shady cabana. You can come up with so many patio ideas to fit all these possible uses. Continue reading →

How to Compare Room Air Cleaners: Look for Quality Construction

How to Compare Room Air Cleaners: Look for Quality Construction

by Guest on Mar 2, 2010

Learn how to compare room air cleaners and expertly identify the best room air cleaners with little more than a glance. The single greatest thief of particle capturing efficiency in room air cleaners is called “bypassing”. Bypassing occurs when air fails to pass through the filter. Instead, it finds another way out of the air cleaner and returns unfiltered back into the room. Learn the reasons these happen and more about how to make the right decision for you. Continue reading →

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Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board

Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board

by Guest on Mar 2, 2010

Kitchen decor can range from modern and bold to elegant and elaborate by using strategic kitchen pieces. One of the most popular decorating trends for a kitchen is the cottage look. The cottage kitchen makes use of simple, utilitarian designs. It is functional and simplistic, yet utterly charming. The cottage look also uses a liberal amount of white in its decor. White counters, white cabinets and white walls are all trademarks of a cottage kitchen. Any easy way to install a cottage feel into an already white kitchen space is to install bead board. Continue reading →

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How to Install a Wireless Alarm System

How to Install a Wireless Alarm System

by Jessica Ackerman on Mar 2, 2010

There are many important decisions that must be made regarding keeping our homes and businesses safe from intruders. Although most television commercials and online advertisements recommend protecting yourself primarily from identity theft, which is indeed a growing problem worldwide, installing a wireless alarm system should also be a high priority. Much like finding an insurance policy that protects you in the event of a natural disaster or theft, preventing losses before they happen is an important way to ensure that you will not have precious and valuable possessions irretrievably lost. Continue reading →

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Beautifying Your Home's Exterior

Beautifying Your Home's Exterior

by Guest on Feb 28, 2010

There are lots incentives why homeowners desire an improved home exterior. Maybe you want to sell your home in the future, are bored with the old look or wish to add equity to your home. Painting, landscaping and new window shutters will give your home fantastic results. Learn about exterior paint and the quick curb appeal of your home. Continue reading →

Kitchen Counters: A Materials Overview

Kitchen Counters: A Materials Overview

by Guest on Feb 27, 2010

Kitchen countertops are available in an almost limitless array of materials and colors. Nothing beats granite for durability, stainless steel for a contemporary, functional look, or tile for timeless charm. Below are some of the more common counter surfaces with their respective advantages and disadvantages. Continue reading →

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How Microwaves Work

How Microwaves Work

by Guest on Feb 27, 2010

Created by a magnetron electron tube, microwaves heat food to a depth of one inch. As the heat is conducted inward the rest of the food is cooked. Microwaves bounce around inside the cavity of the oven and are eventually absorbed by the food, causing molecules in the food to vibrate producing heat through friction. Popcorn has moisture in the center of the kernel, an efficient microwave absorber. As the water molecules vibrate and heat the kernel erupts and turns inside out. Water is believed to be the best absorber of microwaves; therefore foods with higher moisture content will cook quicker than those of lower moisture content. Continue reading →

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