Kitchen Upgrades That Make it More Energy-Efficient

Posted on: 20 June 2016

There are a variety of kitchen renovations you can make to increase the value of your home and make your kitchen more functional, but don't forget about the ones that make it more eco-friendly. With these easy tips, you will have an energy-efficient kitchen. Install Energy-Efficient Appliances While this isn't an inexpensive improvement to make to your kitchen, it is a really important one. The appliances you are using might be using much more energy and water than is really necessary.
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Choosing Double Glazing: Is Laminated Glass the Best Option For a Family Home?

Posted on: 8 June 2016

If you have kids, safety around the home is always an issue. While you may already have taken steps to make the inside of your home safe for your children—making sure that they don't fall down stairs, trap their fingers in cupboards or stick inappropriate items in electrical sockets—you may not think about the structure of your home as much. However, if you're about to choose new double glazing, it may be worth adding safety to the mix by considering using laminated glass for your windows and doors.
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Five Ways to Use LED Lights to Enhance Your Bridal Expo

Posted on: 25 May 2016

If you are a show producer planning a bridal show, you may be wondering if there are any fun flourishes you can add to your event. LED lights are great to consider, and they can enhance your show in a number of ways. Here are some ideas to inspire you: 1. Line the aisles. You can buy long strips of LED lights encased in durable but flexible plastic. Sometimes called LED tape, these stips can be used and reused multiple times, which is great if you plan several shows a year.
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Air Conditioning | 4 Probable Triggers Behind Excessive Air Conditioner Water Leaks

Posted on: 16 May 2016

When you run your air conditioning unit, you'll probably notice water trickling from the drainpipe. When you walk outdoors and find a water puddle below your condenser unit, you should know that this is relatively normal. Water formation typically depends on factors like outdoor temperature and thermostat setting. Some water condensation near your drainpipe is perfect normal on hot and humid days, but if you notice excessive water leaking from the drainpipe or from your unit itself, then this could be a sign of a larger problem.
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