Building Advice from a Seasoned Woodworker

Ducking Out Of Ducts: Benefits Of A Ductless Heating System

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Ducts channel the air from a furnace to the various rooms in your house, but they are not without problems. Ducts can decrease your furnace efficiency by 20-30%. To complicate matters, ducts tend to develop leaks overtime, so if you don’t properly maintain your ducts, your heating system’s performance can eventually deteriorate. Sealing your ducts is an added cost to a system that uses them. If saving money is important to you, a ductless heat pump can make a good choice for your home. Read More»

Making A Clubhouse That Matches Your Home

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If you have small children, you know the importance of having activities available to keep them busy, year-round. Having their own clubhouse can be a great way to stimulate the imagination, while giving them some privacy and boasting rights in having their very own area. Here are some instructions that you can use when constructing a clubhouse that will match the exterior of your own house. Search For Materials When deciding what materials you will use for your clubhouse, look around your surplus of material that was left over from the construction of your own house, first. Read More»

Three Types Of Leaks Requiring Emergency Plumbing Services

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A leak in the pipes or the pipes becoming clogged are sure signs that you need to call a plumber. Some of these leaks will require emergency plumbing services, especially the following types of leaks. Leaky Faucets That Produce Mold - While most people might not think of a leaky faucet as being a threat to their health, it can be if the leak is starting to produce mold. Even though most types of molds are not hazardous, they can cause serious problems for those who have any kind of allergies. Read More»

3 Reasons To Use Epoxy Floor Coating In Your Machine Shop

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If you’re like most machine shop owners, you don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about your facility’s floors. You may think that a standard concrete floor is sufficient. However, your floor is one of the most important elements in your building. It has to support your employees plus numerous pieces of heavy equipment. It needs to be safe enough to resist hazards like flammable materials and also to reduce slip-and-fall injuries. Read More»