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7 Tips for Scrubbing Stains Off Gyprock Plasterboard

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Do you have a stain on your gyprock plasterboard? Wondering about the best ways to get rid of that stain? Then, check out these tips. 1. Make Sure the Stain Is Not Related to a Serious Issue Before you start scrubbing, make sure the stain is not a symptom of a more serious issue. For example, if there is a leaking pipe behind the wall, that may be causing the stain.…

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Building Inspections: Benefits of Investing In One Pre-Purchase

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Some people may consider building inspection a tedious step in the process of purchasing a new home. However, investing in one could make the difference between purchasing a dud of a home or investing in a house that you will live in forever. It is also surprising the number of people who will forgo getting a building inspection done in an attempt to skimp on money. The reality is having this inspection done might actually save you the trouble of expensive repairs and renovations down the road.…

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Line marking | Effective tips to mark a road

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Line markings are a necessary measure to provide guidance to vehicles. They give information to both pedestrians and drivers and go a long way in avoiding confusion. These markings show vehicles where they are allowed to park, tell trucks where to load and inform pedestrians where to cross. That’s why line markings need to be done effectively. Rushing and doing a poor job will lead to immature peeling of the markings.…

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Three ways to make a property more attractive to buyers

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After making the decision to sell your home, it can be tempting to put it on the market immediately,  to get the process over and done with as quickly as possible. Whilst this is understandable, it’s rarely a good idea; you may end up waiting much longer for an interested buyer and getting less than your asking price, simply because you didn’t take the time to spruce up the property before listing it for sale.…

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What to Find Out About Your Rented Skip Bin Before You Use It

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Skip bins are meant to be durable and strong and to withstand the rigors of construction use. They are built to handle heavy-duty waste, such as from a renovation or cleanup project. There are very few things you can do to damage or misuse a skip bin if you rent it for home use, but this doesn’t mean you should just have it delivered and then fill it up with waste without asking a few simple questions first.…

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Here's Why Garage Shed Construction Is No DIY Activity

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Perhaps the number one reason to install a garage shed within the compound is that the presence of the shed will have a positive impact on the market value of one’s property. The thought of undertaking DIY construction of a garage shed often seems exciting to a large number of homeowners  Discussed in this article are two reasons why DIY construction of garage sheds may not be so exciting after all.…

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Maintenance Tips for Your Cooling Tower

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Maintenance of your cooling tower is key to ensuring that it functions optimally. Since cooling towers are usually kept or installed in out-of-sight areas such as on rooftops, you can easily neglect maintaining them, which can reduce the cooling efficiency of your cooling tower. To avoid this, act on the following cooling tower maintenance tips. Preventive Maintenance Schedule/Programme Your preventive maintenance schedules should include regular inspection of the tower, periodic treatment of the water, and maintenance of the electrical and mechanical systems of the cooling tower.…

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Choosing A Suitable Air Conditioning System For Your Film Studio

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Filmmaking isn’t cheap. Ruin a take and it could potentially cost thousands of dollars. Ensuring everything is running smoothly and efficiently isn’t easy, especially when you’re battling intense heat radiating from lighting and other electrical equipment. Air conditioning is a crucial aspect of any film studio. Not only does it keep the crew and talent comfortable, it prevents electrical equipment from overheating. Even if you’re shooting on location as opposed to a studio, air conditioning should be at the top of your list of priorities.…

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How to Choose the Best Stand-Alone Wardrobe for Your Home

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A wardrobe can add storage space to any bedroom and can also be used for a home office, keeping documents and other items organized and stored safely out of sight. You can purchase wardrobes and set them up in a room rather than having a built-in wardrobe constructed; the built-in options may involve knocking back a wall or adding walls around the wardrobe area, and this may be too expensive, or you may not want to modify the home’s layout.…

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What Homes and Spaces Are Good Candidates for Split System Air Conditioners?

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A split system air conditioner is one that is not connected to a home’s or other building’s ductwork, but is vented directly out one wall of the structure. Hotels usually have split systems; each room or suite would then have its own air conditioner without a central system controlling the entire building. These systems can be installed in private residences, so note if your home or space is a good candidate for this type of system so you can decide if they’re the right choice for you.…

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