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  • 1). Home Painting Tips  By : D. David Dugan
    Remember, everyone starts as a beginner at painting. Just because you have never painted a house doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a try. The money you save by painting your own house is money you can put into other home improvements. It can also be a fun thing for the whole family to do. Now we need to choose the colors we want to paint the house.
    Article Related to: home improvement, do it yourself, diy, home projects, home repair, remodeling

  • 2). A Diy Guide On Woodworking Jigs  By : Ken Morris
    Woodworking jigs are a necessary part of any woodworking shop. They are great for repetitive tasks in many wood working projects. They make complex projects easier to manage and faster. You can purchase pre made jigs or make your own. Although they are inexpensive, making your own from scrap wood is even cheaper. Depending on the type of projects you like to do, you will need a variety of different jigs.
    Article Related to: jig, diy, home improvement, safety, power tool, machinery

  • 4). Tips For Bathroom Design  By : John Francis
    You might be building a home and designing an entirely new bathroom. Maybe you're remodeling and adding a new bathroom or changing an existing bathroom. In any case, you have a certain amount of room to work with. Here are some ideas. First, list the items you absolutely need in your bathroom. This list includes, of course, the toilet and the sink.
    Article Related to: bathroom designs, home management, home remodeling, diy

  • 8). Central Heating - Balancing Radiators  By : James Hickman
    In order to ensure an even distribution of hot water to the radiators in a system you'll need to 'balance the system'. Often the radiators near to the boiler/pump would tend to be warmer than the radiators further away, balancing the system will even out the flow of the hot water. To do this we use the lockshield valve which is normally hidden under a push on cover at one end of the radiator.
    Article Related to: central heating, diy, balancing radiators

  • 11). The latest trend: Antique Rugs  By : Rug Doctor
    Many designers and design publilcations are saying antique rugs are the hottest thing right now in the home decor market. Fancy resorts, hotels and other high end destinations are all jumping on the band wagon. Rugs which many consider a precious investment, due to thier age and value, are now found in the hippest interior designs. Why are they so valueable? Hand woven carpets such as these are a living history, recording memorable people and events.
    Article Related to: interior design, home decor, design trend, new trend, diy, home improvement

  • 14). Do-It-Yourself Or DIY Websites  By : Madison Lockwood
    What's the Attraction? Today, with the cost of ready-made products continuing to rise, more and more people are finding it prudent to make or do things themselves. Sometimes kits are available, such as those for birdhouses or jewelry and sometimes it's necessary to build it from scratch, such as wood planters or an extra bedroom. Whatever your preference.
    Article Related to: website hosting, diy, do it yourself, online, marketing, revenue

  • 15). 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

  • 21). Consumer's Guide To Bathroom Taps  By : James Hickman
    This article explains the key questions that you should consider when purchasing new taps for your bathroom. The information is aimed at consumers in the United Kingdom. Question 1: Whats the tap made of ? Taps can be made from a range of materials of varying quality and cost. A general rule of thumb is that the heavier the tap the better the quality of materials used! Plastic Plastic taps are very cheap and very low quality.
    Article Related to: bathroom taps, plumbing, diy, home improvement, bath

  • 23). Air Compressor Purchasing Guide  By : Clinton Maxwell
    An air compressor is a valuable piece of equipment for operating power tools. They are better in terms of efficiency and are easier on you. The type you need depends on the tools you will be using. Good choices include a Copeland compressor, Husky air compressors or Quincy compressors. Factors to Consider in an Air Compressor Consider how often you will use air compressors and how it will be used.
    Article Related to: air compressor, workshop, woodworking, home improvement, diy, saw, cut, building


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