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Current Rank: 135 (Home & Living)
Site Description: This blog speaks about home concerns more specifically from home products to concern regarding family's health. It present current news and details about matters regarding the home.
Date Joined: Nov 30, 2009

Tags: home, furniture, home products, family, health

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Proper Placement of Furniture
on Apr 23, 2011 in Personal The home connotes comfort and ease in living. The health of the family depends on the home and how each of the furniture serves comfort as the main priority for family members to move with delight.One of the main focus of a home is to consider the sp...

Repairing Flat Roofs
on May 28, 2010 in Personal Roofs that are flat or nearly flat usually are built up with as many as five alternating layers of roofing felt and hot tar or asphalt, fastened to the wood sheathing. This built-up roofing is often topped with a protective covering of gravel, pebbl...

My cat needs a house.
on May 28, 2010 in Personal I love my cat and because I love him so much, he is very spoiled. One day, I found out that he is sleeping at the top of our refrigerator. Of course, I found it very inappropriate. Though I take him to bath everyday but I believe that he has lots of...

Insulating a Finished Attic
on May 27, 2010 in Personal Insulating a finished attic is no more complicated than working in an unfinished one, except for getting to the places you must insulate. You will have to cut out passageways in the ceiling and side –or knee – walls.Once you have gained access t...

Where to insulate a house?
on May 23, 2010 in Personal Houses come in infinitude of shapes and sizes, but all of them incorporate some of the elements of the dwelling at right. The overall rule in insulating a house is simple: insulation should be present at any surface separating living spaces form unh...

The Dos and Don’ts in Roofing Work
on May 21, 2010 in Personal Working on a pitched roof is potentially dangerous, if you fear heights or if your roof is steeply pitched, the job is best left to a professional. But you can make repairs safely by taking these common-sense precautions.Never work in wet, windy or...

Installing Sweeps
on May 18, 2010 in Personal I do these two main things when installing sweeps. First, you have to cup sweep to door width and screw it across the bottom edge on the outdoor side so it fits snugly against the threshold when the door is shut, yet allows the door to open and clos...

Using a caulking gun
on Apr 30, 2010 in Personal Hold the gun at a 45 degree angle to the surface and squeeze the trigger with a steady pressure. Keep the gun slightly slanted in the direction your are moving and draw it along slowly so that the sealant not only fills the crack but also overlaps t...

Exterior Waterproofing
on Apr 17, 2010 in Personal If simple remedies, such as grading surface soil or patching interior walls, fail to cure a wet basement, you must block moisture outside the basement wall. No amount of interior patching will stop penetration caused by the power of substantial subsu...

Weahter-stripping Doors
on Apr 4, 2010 in Personal The big leak in most houses are around doors. They lack the twofold edge enclosures of double-hung windows, so an open crack is inevitable. Any of various type of weather stripping can fill the crack, but it can't do so effectively unless the door...

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