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2019

Is Your Fridge Compressor Faulty Oor Could It Be Something Else?

Your weekly grocery bill is expensive enough as it is, so you may not be particularly happy if you had to throw out some of last week's spend. This is not the first time that this food had gone bad, and it would seem to point to an issue with your fridge, so you may be even more worried about the prospects for repair. However, before you jump to conclusions, ask yours

How to Make Your Shower a Seamless Part of the Bathroom

Are you planning to renovate your bathroom and would like to achieve a fully contemporary look? If so, you may want to achieve more of a wet room by eliminating the bathtub altogether and designing a large shower that appears to be a seamless part of the entire room. This may be perfectly feasible as long as you plan the installation properly and take care of the drai

Why Recycling Is So Important For Your Business

Australians live in one of the most beautiful countries on earth with gorgeous landmarks ranging from the wonders of the great barrier reef to the beautiful red deserts across Western Australia. With all this natural beauty it is surprising, then, that about 80 per cent of companies in Australia do not recycle. With so much news being made about the impending glo

Electric Installation Considerations for Stationary Tiny Homes

When you have a tiny home, you have the option of a stationary tiny home build. This type of build means that you will have the same design as a traditional, mobile tiny home, but the foundation will be fixed rather than on wheels. When you have decided to have a stationary tiny home, you may have a different electrical installation than you would if you were travelli

How to Win the Hot Water Battle

Are there signs of a diplomatic crisis outside your bathroom each morning? Several members of the family may be jostling for position as they fight to get access first and jump into the shower. Could this bad-tempered melee be something to do with the temperature of the water and, specifically, the fact that the hot water is in short supply? If so, you need to take a