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Implementing LED Lighting Effectively

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

LED bulbs have become a very widespread form of illumination for homes. They use much less energy than incandescent bulbs and can last much longer. They initially cost more, but they will save a business more money in the long-term. Also, they provide additional features that can be useful for the business, such as being dimmable and being able to use motion sensors. LED bulbs do not have mercury and they also provide light immediately. If you decide to switch to LED, however, there are a few things you should know. Look at the Label When looking for an LED bulb to replace a conventional bulb, look for an ENERGY STAR logo to make sure that it is rated to be as efficient as the current energy-efficiency standards. If the LED light is an ENERGY STAR and also is...

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5 Questions You Might Have About Your Septic Tank

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Have you recently moved to a new home? Are you used to being hooked up to a sewer system, but your new residence has a septic tank? If this sounds like you, you may be interested in the following information about septic tanks and the septic tank cleaning process: How often do you need to clean a septic tank? Depending on the size of the tank and household usage, a typical tank needs to be pumped out approximately every 3 to 5 years. In order to prolong the time between cleanings, don’t flush anything “abnormal” down the drain. This includes things like cat litter, cigarette butts, sanitary napkins, and paper towels. These things will impede the functioning of the septic tank and require more frequent cleanings. Will the septic tank service need to drive over my nice lawn to access...

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Points To Consider When Debating A Change Of Heating Fuel Type

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One of the most confounding things that people have to deal with is what type of fuel they should use to heat their homes or businesses. People often come down to bickering over oil or propane for various reasons, but there are other options such as electricity and natural gas. Which one will work best for you? Permission to Make the Change Many people don’t have an immediate choice. If you rent a place, then you’re at the mercy of whichever heating solution is a part of the property. You can do things like bring in portable units, but other than that, you’ll have to accept it or convince the property owner to make a switch. For those whose heating system is nearing its end of life, you’ll have to make a decision. Keep the system, but service it Upgrade...

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Learn How To Properly Care For Flame-Resistant Clothing

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Flame-resistant clothing is designed to protect you from being harmed, if you come into contact with a fire. You need to be sure that you properly maintain the clothing so that it can be as effective as possible though. Many people do not know how to properly clean their fire-resistant clothing and make the mistake of thinking it can be laundered the same way as any other piece of clothing. Use the following guide to learn how to properly launder this particular type of clothing to ensure it is always as useful as it can possibly be. Wash Alone – Wash the flame resistant-clothing by itself in the washing machine. Some clothing has dyes in them that can actually damage the material used in the clothing. Avoid Bleach – You do not want to use bleach or any detergent...

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Collecting Materials For Building Your Own Single Axle Trailer

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you are constantly landscaping, always moving something, or in the habit of hauling farm supplies, one of the most useful things you can have in your possession is a trailer. A trailer that can be pulled behind your truck is the perfect way to add a bit more haul space to your vehicle. You could go out and spend several thousand dollars to obtain the right trailer for your needs. However, with just a bit of welding experience and access to the right materials, you can build a simple, single axle travel trailer for your everyday use. Finding the necessary materials may be easier than you think. Visit a Scrap or Salvage Yard One of the most vital components of the utility trailer is the axle that is used to initially build the frame upon. If you wanted,...

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