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How often should you change your home air filter and others?

May 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Life of your home air filter depends on your local weather condition, type of filter you are using and whether you have pets and suffering from allergies. Follow some common rule of thumb guides after considering your situation. Guest Post is provided by Your Filter Connection. You can find a best quality furnace filter at …

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Not all furnace filters are created equal

March 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Air filter technology is advancing and we humans are benefiting with overall increased health due to cleaner air we breathe. Washable and reusable furnace filter Washable filters are more expensive compared fiberglass filters and they work similar to fiberglass filters in regard to their potential to capture micro particles. They are designed to be washed …

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Four myths you should know about air filters

March 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Myth #1: Indoor air quality is not a problem at my home. Fact: All homes have air quality issues, but the severity of the issue may be different from one home to another. A whopping 99 percent of your indoor air quality issues come from pollen, dust, mold, and pet dander. Fumes from paints, hairspray, …

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Learn some basic facts about filters

March 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Your home may contain pollen, lint, mold and plant spores, pet dander, bacteria and others that are trapped. Whenever you use your stove or other cooking equipment inside the house, particulate matter contained inside the house increases. These matter ranges in sizes from tiniest particles that are 3 – 5 microns in size that affects …

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Ask these questions before you replace your furnace filters

March 27, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

First understand filter basics The minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) of filters range between 1 and 16. The residential air filter that you use falls between 4 to 12. They are mostly made of spun fiberglass in order to filter out smaller micron particles, protect the furnace and provide maximum airflow. Keep in mind 25 …

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Understanding lever and wire rope hoists

March 25, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Whether you are in the market to buy a ratchet lever hoist or wire rope hoist, first understand what your needs are and what these units capable of doing for you. Many manufacturers and retailers carry lever hoist and wire rope hoist in their wide inventory of hoists. Understanding how they operate and for what …

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Few more reasons to get frameless glass pool fencing

March 25, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Frameless glass pool fencing is an alternative to ugly wood and other fencing, provide and maintain unobstructed views, meet local safety standards and add to your property values. Among many reasons to install frameless glass pool fences, few standouts more than others. Many jurisdictions require fencing and why not consider glass pool fencing? Any frameless …

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Do you like your semi frameless glass fencing, powder coated or anodized?

March 25, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

Whether it is your semi frameless glass fencing or glass balustrade, you can get the columns and pegs powder coated or anodized. When choosing a semi frameless glass fencing system for your swimming pool, you may face a dilemma not only to select square or round support columns or pegs but also what type of …

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Why you should consider safety when you operate an electric chain hoist

February 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

A hoist is a lifting or lowering device for loads using drum or lift-wheel where a rope or chain wraps. It can be operated manually, electrically or pneumatically and use a chain, wire or fiber rope as its lift medium. Factories, manufacturing units and construction sites use hoists and cranes rather than humans to do …

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Could glass swimming pool fences add to your property value?

February 26, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Construction

The short answer is resounding yes. Adding a pool to your property is costly. Some say that the resale value added by a pool is not the same as the money spend to build a backyard swimming pool. But it all comes down to maintenance. You just don’t add a pool to increase the value …

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