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  • 53). Tips For Handing Your Radiant Heat Tubing  By : Larry B Lang
    A radiant heat system is a series of radiant heat tubes that are laid within a floor, which carry hot water into specific rooms or “zones”. During the preparation and installation of a radiant heat system you should take precautionary measures to protect the radiant heat tubing. Radiant heat tubing is also known as PEX and is an excellent material for hot water applications.
    article related to: pex, pex tubing, pex pipe, zurn pex, wirsbo pex

  • 56). Pellet-stove Part. II  By : Kenneth Langlet
    When you think of a pellet-stove you may think that it is going to be a big hassle so that you are going to turn your nose up to the thought of a pellet-stove. You may even think that a pellet-stove is not going to be safe in your home because of the area that you live in or where it needs to be places for operation. Another thought that you may have is that you would not be able to use the pellet-stove because of not having a chiming on your home or it could be in the wrong location.
    article related to: pellet stove, stove, fireplace, chimney, heating

  • 57). Water Pumps – All You Want To Know  By : Barney Garcia
    Water pumps are instruments, which help in movement of water from low pressure to high-pressure area. The movement could be due to pressure or suction. Broader Categories There are two broader categories, which provide the basis of classification. First is the positive displacement type. Here, the fluid moves from a section of reduced volume to the increased one.
    article related to: water pumps, pumps

  • 58). Mind Your Dishwasher Air Gap  By : Scott Hares
    Have you noticed your kitchen dishwasher air gap lately?. Thats the thing that mounts either directly to your kitchen sink, or the counter top. It looks like a small upside down cup with vent holes. In the event that your kitchens dishwasher drainage should back up, this little gadget makes sure the backed up water gets directed into your sink instead of your floor - and the dishwasher can empty out.
    article related to: dishwasher air gap, dishwasher airgap, air gap, airgap

  • 60). The Science Behind Wind Chimes  By : Stephen Betzen
    Wind chimes have come a long way since their banging, clanging days of old. Today’s precision-tuned wind chimes produce a melody as inviting, sweet, and clear as the song sung by pristine waters cascading down a mountain side on a hot summer’s day. That didn’t happen by accident. More than an enhancement to home décor and garden yard décor, a quality wind chime is crafted using a scientific approach to achieve the best sound possible.
    article related to: wind chimes, windchimes, windchime, wind chime, garden, physics, patio, decor, music, home, science

  • 64). Choosing A Futon For Your Home - Should It Be Traditional Or Western?  By : Carl Walker
    A futon, simply put, is a small couch which turns into a bed when unfolded. It is actually one type of mattress that makes up a Japanese bed, sold at specialty stores called futon-Ya in Japan and other department stores. A Japanese futon set usually costs under 10,000 yen (around$83). Traditional Futon and Western Versions: A traditional Japanese futon set generally consists of a mattress called a shikibuton, a comforter called Kakebuton, blanket called mōfu, and a pillow called makura.
    article related to: futon, futons, furniture, home decor, remodeling, beds, mattresses

  • 70). Concrete stepping stone molds  By : Scott Byers
    How many times have you scolded your kids as they run on your beautifully laid garden grass? But is it really their fault or you need stepping stones so that you kids and anyone else walking on your garden can enjoy beauty without spoiling it. Stepping stones can be a great way to preserve your garden grass along with adding a touch of class to your garden as well.
    article related to: stepping stone, stepping stones, garden, walkway, path, stone

  • 71). Dewinterizing Your Home to Welcome Spring  By : Stephanie Smith
    Winter's gone and outside the sun is shining and the flowers are starting to grow. That means it's time to get rid of winter inside your home as well! That's right, just because it's spring outside doesn't mean it's automatically spring inside. Spring is the season to put away all of those winter blankets and the Christmas decorations that didn't quite make it back into the attic when the festive season finished.
    article related to: spring cleaning, dewinterize, home, decor

  • 73). Go Bright, Go Vivid: A Facelift For Your Vinyl Siding  By : Stacey Moore
    Since its introduction in the 1960s, vinyl siding has grown in popularity to become the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States. In fact, according to the Vinyl Siding Institute, U.S. Census figures show twice as many homeowners choose to side their homes with vinyl than any other material. If you have vinyl siding on your home, you already know some of its benefits: easy maintenance, durability and versatility.
    article related to: go bright, go vivid: a facelift for your vinyl siding

  • 74). Fuses and Circuit Breakers  By : Travel Guy
    If you have an older home you may have a fuse panel. Most homes these days have circuit breaker panels. Both serve the same purpose; to protect the branch circuits from overloads and to trip in the event of a sustained short circuit. Some common fuse and circuit breaker sizes you'd find in your home are 15 amp, 20 amp, 30 amp, and 40 amp. Generally speaking a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker protects your normal branch circuits containing lights and receptacles.
    article related to: home and garden, diy, do it yourself, fuses, circuit breakers, electrical

  • 75). Laminate flooring can be a winner  By : john
    Like all materials, laminate flooring is by no means the answer in every situation. There are some things; however that it is really very well suited for, to the point that it is without a doubt the best material to use. This article will point out what some of those situations are, and why laminate flooring is such a winner for them. Firstly, one of the best things about laminate flooring is how hard-wearing it is – it can be walked on by loads of people every day for years, and yet it will just keep on lasting.
    article related to: laminate, flooring, wood

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