Electrical / Lighting
by Guest on Feb 24, 2010
Chandeliers give off a swish and elegant feel to your home, while bountiful out adequate lighting to give it a bright and positive atmosphere. Among the different types of chandeliers sold nowadays, the most standard ones are the rock chandeliers. Keep in bewared that rock chandeliers are opulent, especially those that have property and luxurious crystals and incorporates different layers for a pompous goal. If you want to get one to give your home that elegant look while trust your wallet in rein, then here are 3 basic steps to do just that. Continue reading →
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 →
by Jessica Ackerman on Mar 26, 2010
A sunlit room is perfect for creating a bright and open ambience, but it is often the case that some rooms in your home do not get enough sunlight. They may be facing north, located in the basement, or the windows may be blocked from the outside. A room like a study or kitchen, where detailed tasks are performed, will usually need more light than a sunlit space can offer. The following are basic types of lighting that you may add to brighten your home. Combining the three types in a purposeful and well thought-out manner will create a space that is bright and inviting. Continue reading →
by Jessica Ackerman on May 23, 2010
Updating your lighting so that you have a brighter kitchen is one of the smartest kitchen investments you can make. A bright, well-lit kitchen is significantly safer at every age. What is the best way to update the lighting in one of these light challenged kitchens? Track lighting is the easiest option by far. Before you say, Yuk! That’s ugly, you need to do some shopping. There are some very attractive track lighting systems on the market now that really add to the style of your kitchen. Continue reading →
by Jessica Ackerman on May 25, 2010
Lighting in the bedroom can become a tricky situation, since it is a room that should be calming and relaxing, but lights are necessary for activities and other purposes. The answer is task lighting, which enables the people in the room to do the things that they want to do, such as dress or undress in the dark, without waking another person. This also adds to the peaceful environment in the room, since proper feng shui teaches that harsh lights, pointed light bulbs, and similar objects will rob a bedroom of its relaxing ambience. Continue reading →
by Guest on Jun 29, 2010
AV stands for audio visual and is the combination of audio and visual components.
Audio visual or AV installations are on the rise with both the business and domestic market realising the benefits of bespoke AV systems. Standard systems can be installed but a bespoke system is completely tailored to the specific requirements of the customer. For domestic customers alone there are many different reasons a bespoke AV system is required such as one which is geared towards movie and film watching, focusing on music or for home office requirements.
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by Guest on Aug 11, 2010
Cable assembly is required in a variety of situations and for a variety of uses.
The modern world is completely a wired world. Various types of wires and cables are used to construct all the machines and heavy equipment which are considered as modern engineering marvels. Even the residential or commercial multistorey buildings rely heavily on the wiring and complex cable assemblies used in the access control, electricity supply and communication systems.
It is not wrong to say that the modern world is dependent on wires and cables for transporting the energy (electrical or electronic) and magnetic waves (sound and data) from one place to another. This is the backbone of the all-round development that we experience these days. Can people imagine how tough and complex the cabling system inside a multistory or a jumbo jet is? Of course not, most of them are unaware of the complexity ... Continue reading →
by Guest on Oct 23, 2010
Try not to forget about outside illumination when you are considering home lighting changes. You may no longer need wires for these lights, thanks to LED and solar lighting. Outside lights can now run on natural power or small batteries. Some of these LED and solar lighting fixtures look similar to your inside lamps. Let's face it, you now have the option to have nice lighting outside your home as well. With these beautiful outside lights you may want to spend more time enjoying your deck and garden. Continue reading →
by Guest on Dec 17, 2010
With this site I will tell you how I made my Home Build Solar System for a fraction of the shop price and how you can made your own system, it’s much more easy than you think. The building process is quiet simple (when you’ve got a little technical background) and the to be used materials you can mostly buy locally. Continue reading →
by Guest on Dec 28, 2010
Did you know that how we eat is almost as important as what we eat? For instance a meal in a relaxed, beautiful, well lit ambience is better than a hurried meal had in unpleasant or poorly lit surroundings. Lighting for your dining room is important not only when you are entertaining, but even on a day to day basis. So if you are decorating your dining room, you should pay as much attention to lighting as the dining furniture itself. Continue reading →