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6 Eco-Friendly Ideas to Beautify and Liven Up Your Home Sweet Home

“There’s no place like home…” everyone has heard this phrase a million times, but it doesn’t mean it’s true...

on Sep 18, 2018

Reasons To Strengthen Your Roof With Architectural Shingles

Reasons To Strengthen Your Roof With Architectural Shingles Architectural shingles are very similar to asphalt shingles. In this article, we will...

on Sep 12, 2018

5 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Interior Design

Do you enjoy wasting your money, time and effort? Of course not. Yet, that’s precisely what happens to a lot of people when they want to...

on Sep 11, 2018

How Far Apart to Plant Tomatoes

Similar to peppers, tomatoes come in numerous types of measurements and colors, they are really rather simple to grow and so they develop...

on Sep 8, 2018

How to choose a lift chair for your bedroom

This article is not particularly a lift chair review but a guide to help you make quality decisions while getting a lift chair for your...

on Aug 30, 2018

Tools / Woodworking

Tools to Repack Wheel Bearings

Tools to Repack Wheel Bearings

by Guest on Jul 8, 2013

Wheel bearings carry the weight of a car, while at the same time ensuring that wheels run smoothly. All too often, they are neglected and subsequently seize up, potentially causing numerous major problems, if not serious accidents. For this reason, most car manufacturers recommend that wheel bearings should be cleaned; inspected for signs of wear and tear, discoloration (as sign of overheating) and so on, and repacking or, if damage is suspected or obviously present, replacement. Continue reading →

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How to Safely Use Power Tools

How to Safely Use Power Tools

by Leona Zoey on May 21, 2014

With the winter well and truly out of the way and hay fever in the air, you know that it’s about time to start thinking about DIY. Your window for large scale home renovation only lasts for the warmer – and most importantly – dry times of the year, so if you’re going to begin a DIY project, now is most certainly the time to do so. But what if you’re new to DIY and home renovation? Not everybody is an expert with rewiring electricals. Continue reading →

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Three Things to Look for in a Caster and Wheel Company

Three Things to Look for in a Caster and Wheel Company

by seizar kaelan on Apr 1, 2015

These days, many business owners find themselves in need of high quality caster and wheel products. If you're ready to get the great products you deserve, be sure that you're looking for the ideal company. To ensure that you're purchasing your goods from the right professionals, be sure that you're looking for the following attributes: Continue reading →

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Where Can I Find Cheap Shed Plans?

Where Can I Find Cheap Shed Plans?

by Adam Smith on Apr 27, 2015

No matter what your plans are for building a shed you will find that you need shed plans to do the job right. Whether you decide to do it yourself or you plan to hire a professional builder to get it done, you will need shed plans to guide you from pouring foundation to tacking on the roof. If you’re still in the planning stages the good news is that there is an abundance of shed plans available online. You just need to set the criteria and start looking. Continue reading →

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8 Point Mitre Saw Buying Guide

8 Point Mitre Saw Buying Guide

by Greg N on Jun 3, 2016

A mitre saw is a functional tool that lets you cut through numerous angles. It is a must-have item for woodworkers, carpenters, and anyone in the construction industry. You can choose among the many different mitre saws available on the market today, but the buying process can be confusing. This buying guide will help you find the best mitre saw that will fit your needs. Continue reading →

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Rent or Buy Your Power Tools and Other Equipment?

Rent or Buy Your Power Tools and Other Equipment?

by Martin Gracewell on Jul 5, 2016

If you’re pretty good with your hands and feel like refurbishing your home to increase its value, you’ll probably need to invest in some heavy duty equipment at some stage. This includes welding equipment and cutting tools. But this type of equipment is very expensive and is often difficult to attain from regular sources. Continue reading →

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Beginners Guide to Welding Like a Pro

Beginners Guide to Welding Like a Pro

by Boris Dzhingarov on Aug 3, 2016

No matter where you turn in life, something around you has probably been welded. It can be a lucrative career and one that you can study for or learn on the job under a Master Welder, but not usually something you can just pick up and do without some very serious information under your belt. Continue reading →

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Increase Your House Value Through Deck Building

Increase Your House Value Through Deck Building

by Ronald Cutts on Jun 7, 2017

Do you want to enhance the value of your home? Sure you do. Your home is one of the biggest investments you will make in your life. Did you know that you can increase your house value through deck building? Continue reading →

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5 Reasons Why a Farmer Needs a Winch

5 Reasons Why a Farmer Needs a Winch

by Martin Gracewell on Aug 9, 2017

For most of us, a winch is something we use to pull a vehicle that is bogged down or incapable of movement for any reason, and while that is one use for a vehicle mounted winch, there are many other benefits to owning a mobile winch. Continue reading →

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8 Tips for Easy Shed Building

8 Tips for Easy Shed Building

by Jessie Right on Sep 28, 2017

You and your family have finally settled on the type of shed you want to build, congratulations. You have most of your materials ready to go and there are a few stragglers still en route, and then you can start your construction work. Continue reading →

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