Archive for March, 2011

A Subtle Shift To a Greener Kitchen

Making the decision to try and be greener at home is a positive move for all of us. Actually putting into practice the steps you need to take to achieve your goals can be a bit more daunting.

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Pool fencing- How to play safe and feel secure

Pool fencing is one of the most demanding issues for pool owners. It’s also a highly sensitive issue in the marketplace. The fact is that the Australian Standard is the defining practical operating principle for pool fencing. If you’re a pool owner, your pool supplies people (everyone in the pool industry will be glad to […]

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Green baby clothes- The basics are back, better than ever

The Green movement has taken hold in the nursery faster than anywhere else. Most parents have apparently taken the view that safer is better, and non-toxicity shouldn’t be a matter of opinion. That’s led a stampede back to the organic materials like wool and cotton for everything from organic nappies to maternity dresses. Photo: prowpatareeya.info […]

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Adding a dimension – What a new patio can do for your home

The patio is a lot more than just an architectural feature. It’s a lifestyle asset, a comfort zone, a home improvement, and a personal oasis when you need one. A patio can be installed anywhere around the home with relatively minimal design issues. It’s worth taking a look at the possibilities of a patio for […]

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Backflow Dangers

Are you aware that a simple backflow in a water system can be fatal to your health? During a hot daytime, a man is spraying chemical weed killer with arsenic compound by means of a garden hose attachment. Upon completion of his task, he removed the applicator and drank some water through the hose. Moments […]

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5 Tips On Cyclone-Proofing Your Home

Retro-fitting and existing home with a range of features including strong and solid security doors and loads of special concretes can be very effective. In a country where many houses are subject to the dangers of being destroyed each year, the investment is common sense. Building a home from scratch to be cyclone proof also […]

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