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December 29, 2015

Change your Bed for a Better Night’s Sleep

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If you suddenly find that you are frequently tossing and turning in the night, it may be time to invest in a new bed. While many people may not immediately associate a poor night’s sleep with their current bed, most people link it to stress or simple restlessness, if a bed has become old or uncomfortable it really can affect your sleeping pattern. Luckily, changing your bed doesn’t have to…

Buying the Best Air Hockey Table for Your Home

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The fast-paced game of air hockey enjoys widespread popularity. Air hockey got its start back in the late 1960s and since its inception, has grown to be one of the most popular games to play at home, in pubs and in recreation centers the world over. If you have decided to do a bit of online shopping to find air hockey tables for sale, here are a few tips which…

Buying a Home in the City Vs. The Suburbs

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With a strong real estate recovery underway, buyers are once again entering the real estate market. The decision of where to live depends on many factors such as work, family and schools. Ultimately, your choice is based on your lifestyle and what you feel are ‘musts’ for you. The City? Young professionals have often preferred urban living because the proximinity to work and social events. By simply stepping out of…

Built for comfort – not speed

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Modern furniture designed and made for commercial environments is both practical and comfortable. Built for comfort, one of the benefits of ergonomic office desks and chairs is the reduction of back pain as a result of improved posture. Office workers are just as likely to suffer back injury over a long period as a result of poor posture and working practices, as workers with more physically demanding roles. Work and…

Bromine v Chlorine: Picking The Right Chemicals for Your Pool

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Practically every person in the country will have returned from the local swimming pool with their skin having that distinct smell that most people associate with chlorine. As it turns out, there are actually two chemicals that are commonly used to treat pools and while chlorine is one of these, many people also forget that bromine is another popular choice. If we look at the use of the chemicals from a…

Brick Waterproofing: An Important Preventive Maintenance for Brickwork

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They are also energy efficient, making them an environmentally-conscious choice for building structures. Although bricks are inherently durable and are quite resistant to extreme weather conditions, they can still deteriorate, especially if they are frequently exposed to water or moisture. One of the best ways to help brickwork last as long as possible and keep moisture out is through waterproofing. Brick waterproofing simply involves the application of a sealant that…

Brick – Foundation Stone of Building a house

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Brick is considered as the foundation stone constructing a building.  It would not be wrong to say that is the oldest material which is used during the construction of a building. According to the research of an archeologist bricks are being used since the 7000BC. Bricks use had been found in the southern parts of Turkey and around Jericho. In earlier times, bricks were sun dried mud bricks they were…

Blocked Drains:

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Whose Responsible and What to Do If you’ve reached this article from a search engine; you’ve probably already witnessed the first hand effects from a block drain. Whether it’s struggles when flushing the toilet, foul smells around the surrounding drains of your home or simply water struggling to completely disperse down the plug hole – blocked drains are a nuisance, and an unpleasant one at that. We’re not going to…

Best Reasons to Try Your Hand at DIY

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Households Feeling the Squeeze in the Recession The past few years have been tough for many households and, as the recession continues, the squeeze seems to be increasing in many cases. With many losing their jobs and government cuts in spending, it appears to be difficult to keep up with rising household costs. At times like these, changing fashions surrounding interior design might seem like the last thing that would…

Beds and Linen

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An Overview on Beds and Bed Linen Historically, people would lie on anything that allowed them to remain prone in a reasonably comfortable position for a few hours. Bedding materials consisted of straw, corn shucks and other relatively soft materials bound together in a bag of some sort. Pillows were often either non-existent or an individual could use a stone or rolled up cloth to elevate the head during sleep….