Dear Rapunzel: Three Ways To Remove Your Golden Hair Out Of The Drain

Posted on: 25 August 2015

Congratulations are in order for growing your hair to a length rivalling Rapunzel; it is certainly an achievement to be proud of. The only minor downside to having such luscious locks is that every person loses between 50 and 100 strands of hair each day, and some of these are going down your drains when you shower. So what's a girl to do when the water starts draining slowly enough to alert you there's a drain blockage going on?
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Your Child Wants To Become A Welder? – A Brief Look At Stud Welding

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If your child has an interest in welding, he or she may have talked about a career in stud welding during one of your conversations. And, you are probably wondering what stud welding is and what it's used for. Here is a brief overview of stud welding and the many applications it's used for: Definition of Stud Welding According to the Dictionary of Construction, stud welding is a method of permanently attaching a metal shear stud or fastener to another piece of metal by welding it together.
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2 Methods for Removing Water Stains from Wooden Furniture After Major Flooding

Posted on: 23 July 2015

Floods can cause a terrific amount of damage to not only homes, but also interior furnishings. One of the most susceptible items is wood furniture; water stains can ruin the appearance of wood and are seemingly permanent. However, water stains don't have to forever mar the surface of cherished furniture items and can be removed by using a few simple items. Below are two methods for removing water stains from wood furniture; in many circumstances, all it takes is one method to make stains disappear.
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The Challenges of Delivering & Installing Modular Homes

Posted on: 9 July 2015

After spending countless hours looking through all the floor plans of prefabricated homes, it's exciting to finally decide on a modular system. But before you go to place your order with the builder, do you already have a lot? Some people falsely believe that most of the construction of their modular home can take place before they even have a lot to put it on. However, modular home builders need to make sure that the modules can be delivered to the lot by semi-trucks and installed by crane services.
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