How To Buff A Wooden Floor Without A Buffer Machine

Posted on: 16 April 2018

If you have hardwood floors in your home, then you know that they need to be buffed from time to time to keep them looking shiny and new. Yet, renting or buying a buffing machine can be expensive. There is a way to buff your floors without such a machine. It will be a lot of work, and your arms will be tired in the end, but if you follow the steps above, you can buff your floor with little more than some rags, a good wax, and a few other basic items.
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Three Things You Should Know About The Latest Air Conditioning Technology

Posted on: 30 May 2017

Clueless about the latest innovations in air conditioner technology? Following are just three of the ways that residential and commercial air conditioning has improved in recent years. Ductless Mini-Split Construction Traditional air conditioning units operate by central ductwork that cools the entire home at the same time. Air conditioning systems with ductless technology make it possible to cool only those rooms that are in currently in use, resulting in significant energy and cost savings for the average home or business owner.
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Life Below Stairs: 6 Ways to Transform Your Basement Into a Place of Luxury

Posted on: 14 September 2016

If your home has a basement, you have a great canvas for creating a fantastic new living space. What you can do with that space is often only limited by your imagination. If you're thinking about a large-scale makeover for your basement, here are 6 luxurious ideas to get you going. Home Theater. The basement is an ideal place to install the home theater of your dreams. The basement's location means that you run less risk of bothering family and neighbors with a massive speaker system, and fewer windows and doors means less light-proofing is required.
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Why Eating Fire-Damaged Food Is Dangerous

Posted on: 9 September 2016

After a minor fire that doesn't destroy your home, you likely want to jump right back into your home life as soon as possible. One thing you may try to do is eat the food that was in your home before the fire. This is a major mistake, and fire damage restoration experts typically advise against it when repairing homes.  Burned Food Can Cause Cancer When food is burned (as it may be during a fire), a variety of chemicals are released, including heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
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