4 Common HVAC Issues and How To Avoid Them

  Early today, we had some visitors knocking on our door for a house check. The neighbor below us has had complains of water flooding their living room ceiling corresponding our side of the balcony. It happened years ago, during a rather strong downfall that happens in Vienna once in a blue moon. He thought that we drilled some holes somewhere that caused the water to flood. We already had our heaters and what else to check examined three times in the past - probably 3 years ago as mentioned - it was long ago. There was nothing found. And it's still the issue today...it is a bit unnerving to say the least. I don't know much about HVAC installations but I'm sure that an HVAC system is a ...

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Laundry Rooms for a More Pleasant Washing

Doing the laundry is not always among the most favorite household chores.  Laundry rooms are often a hodgepodge of items that are not necessarily laundry related.  This makes the chore all the more unpleasant to do.  The fact is that your clothes are not disposable and you have to face the reality that you need to do your laundry.  You might as well make it a more pleasant experience by organizing and fixing your laundry room in such a way that you actually feel comfortable in it. You will be surprised at how a few organizational tools and accessories can make you enjoy doing your laundry.  Keep your laundry organized with some of these tips: 1.       Have a space for everything and put ...

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The Benefits of Canvas Printing

Since the 13th century, oil paintings have been one of the most popular forms of art. Not only were they used to create images on material, but they were also great to decorate the interior of homes. Before oil paints became popular, artists and designers used tempera, mostly because they dried faster than their oil alternative. Throughout the 15th century, oil paints and tempera were used in conjunction to create a number of masterpieces, and a new style of painting was born. Surprisingly, it was not until the mid-17th century that oil paints were the most frequently used medium for artists, and the purer the oils used in the mixture, the more expensive the paints were. These days, ...

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Indoor Herb Garden

Ikea has it right when it introduced the Socker, an indoor cultivation unit for those who doesn't have space outside of their home. It followed other mini-conservatory/greenhouse units for more specific purposes. Krydda The Krydda came before the Socker and is probably not in production anymore. Hindö A conservatory you can use inside and outside, as pictured above, in a balcony. ...

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