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June 2015 Blog Posts (8)

Cleaning Up for Interior Design Ideas

If you are trying to bring some new life to your house by organising it, but you do not seem to be coming up with any ideas, you need to shake some things up. No, not yourself – your home, more preferably. Sometimes you need to find yourself one project in order to get ideas for another. So while you are brainstorming about how to put some new order in your home, why not start with cleaning it – you will need a clean slate to put your ideas…


Added by Heather Roberts on June 25, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments

Cost Effective Solution For Noise Reduction In Buildings

Famous architect Robert B. Newman, who was one of the biggest experts in the field of architectural acoustics stated that technology of noise control is well developed, and the only problem is that it is too seldom used. Noise criteria curves are one of the ways of measuring which levels of noise are acceptable. Allowable values depend of the purpose of the interior space. Recommended noise criteria values range from 20-25 for churches and theatres to 45-60 for…


Added by Tyler M. Newport on June 24, 2015 at 5:52am — No Comments

Brighten Your House with Vibrant Colors for the Summer

Spring cleaning is done and the cleaning agency workers depart from your home. You turn around to observe it, but feel like something is amiss. Summer is coming and the dark colours will just not do, they simply contrast with your mood and with the world outside. So how about getting a few buckets of paint and refresh your home further with some new colours. Some carefully chosen new colours will not only give your home a new and exciting look, but will also add some flavour and meaning to…


Added by Heather Roberts on June 18, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments

The Right Plants For Your Living Wall

When you have decided to implement a living wall to your living space or company building, the next step is choosing the right plants to support it. These are some of the more popular living wall plants described together with conditions in which they prosper.

Sword Fern

Nephrolepis exaltata is easy to grow and needs little care.…


Added by Tyler M. Newport on June 16, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments

Smart Homes – Are they Truly the Future?

It is quite difficult not to get wept by the whole Internet of Things, smart homes thing. It seems everywhere you turn; there are photos of homes that welcome you when you come in, talk of fridges that send you texts and home entertainment systems that adapt to your mood. It all seems so new and so futuristic that it is quite hard to resist the urge to become one of those people who drone constantly about the latest in smart toasters.

However, is it really all so great or are there…


Added by Sophie Andersen on June 14, 2015 at 6:14am — No Comments

Is Your Home Suffering from Low Water Pressure?

It is never a good idea to wait until something needs fixing or is even beyond repair. But with plumbing, that is tricky. A problem is often not apparent until it becomes impossible to miss. Low water pressure can be caused by various reasons, and fixing installations is time and money-consuming…


Added by Tyler M. Newport on June 10, 2015 at 8:20am — No Comments

Quick steps for building and repairing a homemade wooden bench

Whether a large and comfortable garden bench for a relaxation with the kids and the pets or a small scenic bench for sunset contemplations - a homemade wooden bench is definitely the next item that you want to include in the new home equipment. Only the choice of material for the bench is a little bit difficult, because the iron benches are undoubtedly easier for cleaning and they require less repairs, but they are not that…


Added by Heather Roberts on June 10, 2015 at 5:52am — No Comments

5 Ways to Grow Healthy Indoor Plants

Indoors gardening can be just as difficult as taking care of a large backyard. Figuring out how to keep your plants happy and healthy in a place with limited light and area requires constant work…


Added by Heather Roberts on June 3, 2015 at 4:00am — No Comments

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