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Asked by: AlanR, on 05/08/2013
There is no doubt that affordable residential housing and commercial buildings are essential for many reasons and indeed required as a more cost effective solution. Modular prefabricated buildings offer a viable solution to this problem and come with a whole host of impressive benefits that include ease of transportation, construction, affordability and eco friendliness.
Prefabricated buildings are as the term implies buildings that are manufactured in sections or modules to a
Asked by: yiyijessicali, on 04/08/2012
"To offset the rising cost of water supply, our city's water and pollution management commission, with advice from the price evaluation division, will be cutting off residential water supply from the hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. next Monday. Please store ample water beforehand in case of an emergency. If immediate assistance is required, please dial 1-1-0."
Within a year, there occurred more than twenty incidences of water, gas, or electricity cut-off in the neighborhood. During these times,
Asked by: ChrisS, on 05/11/2010
Now is the time of year when many of us finally get around to tackling our biggest cleaning and organizing projects around the house. That might include cleaning out cramped closets, boxing up clothes, and even getting to that cluttered garage. Do your part to create a second life for your extra and outgrown stuff and keep it out of the landfill.
There’s just something satisfying about a clean closet. As you organize, you might have a lot of old or outgrown clothes you
Asked by: jwyatt76, on 06/25/2011
Toilets are number one on the list but they are very easy to repair the flapper goes out often this makes you hold the handle down to flush it takes less then five minutes to change and it cost around five dollars fill valve are next they don't cost much and are easy to change
Use a korky fillvalve turn the water supply off to toilet flush toilet remove water from tank with a sponge remove nut from supply line and fill value pull old valve out put new one in put big nut fill valve put su
Asked by: ChrisS, on 01/05/2010
I'd like to share a great article from the Rismeida site (see link below for more info) about putting your home on an energy diet.
We’ve all been there on making well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions, among them promising faithfully to go on a diet, exercise and eat healthier. And sometimes, we may even keep those resolutions for a little while before falling off the wagon.
As part of the yearly New Year’s resolution-making ritual, the Alliance to Save Energy encourages
Asked by: bugcandy, on 10/25/2009
I was on Gaiam.com this weekend and came across five quick, money-saving, green tips which will save you cash and shrink your carbon footprint.
1. Plug your TV, computer, cable box, stereo and game console into smart power strips. Saves 10% off your power bill.
2. Dry a load of laundry outside. No clothesline? Try a
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