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Posted on Nov 7 2018 - 8:53pm by Admin
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Throwing a birthday bash for your baby shouldn’t break the bank. Are you looking for ways to celebrate without blowing a ton of cash on this particular day? Here are some helpful tips: Set the Birthday Party in the Afternoon Skipping big meals for lunch or dinner drastically reduces the budget needed to feed the visitors. When the party is from around 2 pm to 5 pm, the guest will not expect a full meal. In Australia, cakes from ice cream stores can level up any birthday party. Purchase a couple of these cakes and prepare some sandwiches...

Posted on Oct 29 2018 - 9:57am by Admin
Comments Off on How Electric Vehicles Are Getting the Mainstream Treatment

There was a time when electric vehicles were merely novelty to be scoffed at and ridiculed — however, advancements in technology have turned this once obscure idea into a viable vehicle option. Longer Drives for Less Charge Time A car that runs on a lithium-ion battery system can go up to 300 miles on a full charge — certainly enough for day-to-day office commute. Charging times usually take 3–4 hours using a typical home charger. Away from your home, public charging stations are also multiplying in number. There are close to 20,000...

Posted on Oct 23 2018 - 6:34am by Admin
Comments Off on How Heating Viscous Liquids in Drums Allow for Better Flow

Large quantities of viscous liquids, like tar or molasses, need to be kept warm to prevent them from hardening. The bigger challenge happens when these viscous liquids need to be poured in or out of drums or other large containers. Drum heaters, as Gordo Sales, Inc. noted, are an important equipment in shop and manufacturing floors. These keep the drums warm from top to bottom, which helps the viscous fluids flow better. Making it Flow Banks of drums are heated prior and during pouring, so multiple heaters are used at the same time....

Posted on Oct 1 2018 - 3:38pm by Admin
Comments Off on How to Look Perfect in Your Passport Photo

Everybody has at least one passport photo that’s cringe-worthy. Whether it’s the “I just smelled something funky,” “dead-eyed,” “bug-eyed,” or “I just got arrested mug shot”; practically everyone’s been there. To avoid another cringe-worthy passport photo, try these tips from JayLynn Studios for the best passport photo ever: “Smize” away You can’t exactly smile in a passport photo, and “Smizing” — smiling with your eyes — would help brighten up your entire face and make you look like you’re smiling...

Posted on Sep 27 2018 - 6:17pm by Admin
Comments Off on Options for Green Technologies for Your Plumbing

Eco-friendly technology is quickly becoming a standard across different industries, and the plumbing industry is no exception. Since water conservation is at the heart of the plumbing industry, companies are pushing for utilizing energy-efficient solutions. Companies like Dohertyplumbing.net ensure that their services enhance the efficiency of your plumbing system. Here are some of the green technologies finding its use in the plumbing industry. Solar Water Heating Many homes prefer to have access to hot water for bathing, doing laundry,...

Posted on Sep 18 2018 - 6:16pm by Admin
Comments Off on Tips for Searching for Office Space

Finding office space can be frustrating. Besides the cost, there are other considerations, like transportation and amenities. For an established firm, the office address also has to project the company’s image. When looking for office space for lease, these factors are weighed against one another in the final decision: Choosing Office Space The first step to choosing office space is counting how many people will work together. It is ideal to allocate about 90 to 100 square meters for four to six people. Provisions should also exist for...

Posted on Aug 29 2018 - 5:04am by Admin
Comments Off on Recycling Cardboard: How it’s Done

Cardboard is known for its toughness and durability. It is widely used for packaging in the home, by commercial businesses, offices and the logistics industry, making it one of the most common waste materials. Cardboard waste is largely created by packaging, for example, cereal packets, egg cartons, storage and transportation boxes. In 2016, paper and cardboard was the highest waste product arising in the UK, creating approximately 4.7 million tonnes. Despite the waste created, cardboard is actually an environmentally friendly, recyclable...

Posted on Aug 28 2018 - 3:53pm by Admin
Comments Off on Protect Your Home’s Exterior Paintwork: The Basics

Whether you are applying paint to your walls for the first time or doing simple renovations, the costs involved can be financially overwhelming. For you to provide proper layering that stands the test of time, you must have the necessary financial muscle. Instead of worrying about the money, it’s best to protect your investment now. Below are suggestions on how you can ensure your paint job stands the test of time. Manage your home trees. Having beautiful trees and vines around your home in Salt Lake City or elsewhere blends with...

Posted on Aug 16 2018 - 4:09pm by Admin
Comments Off on A Team Behind The Building: 5 Essentials to Get the Construction Done Right

Whether you are building a house a shopping mall, the process still needs the same thing: proper construction. Not heeding this could result in problems, such as negative reviews and accidents. A company that offers design and build services in New Zealand explains how a homeowner or entrepreneur can ensure that construction gets completed without any hassle. Concept Design First, the team would need to design a concept of the establishment. They would consider its purpose. Would it be a commercial space like a mall, a healthcare centre...

Posted on Aug 14 2018 - 11:55am by Admin
Comments Off on Senior Dogs: 5 Ways to Give Them the Care They Need

If you’re a dog owner, you’re probably used to having an active four-legged canine trotting around your house, messing up things he’s not supposed to mess up. But once that dog starts to enter his senior years, which is between 5 and 10 years old, he’s going to be less active and will need a different kind of care. For one, older dogs need food that can easily be digested, explains davespetfood.com. This will help their body conserve energy for more useful activities. They would also require better oral hygiene...