Understanding Your Auto Glass: Repair Or Replace When You Have A Crack Or Chip In The Glass

Posted on: 21 February 2017

As part of the structural integrity of your car, your windshield is very important. While your windshield allows you to see clearly while you drive, it also protects you from the elements as you travel down the road. When you have a crack or a chip in your auto glass, it's important to get your windshield evaluated. Even when the damage is small, you may be setting yourself up for bigger problems if you don't get the windshield repaired right away.
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Liven Up Your Old Victorian Home With These Two Tips For People On A Budget

Posted on: 28 December 2016

If you have been lucky enough to find a beautiful Victorian house, but it's in need of a bit of work, then you should be excited. Look at it as an opportunity to turn it into a really wonderful, historic, and beautiful house. While you may not have the money available to do major renovations, there are three really beautiful things you can do that will make your Victorian house shine.
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Safety Equipment You'll Need for Welding

Posted on: 5 December 2016

Whether you want to learn welding for a new career in the construction industry or if you just want to make your own repairs around your home or farm, one thing you'll have to stock up on is safety equipment. You can't weld without safety equipment because of the intense heat, bright light, and UV radiation that is released during the process. Here are a few of the items you'll need for the best protection.
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Air Conditioner Troubleshooting: Common Causes Of Restricted Airflow

Posted on: 7 November 2016

An air conditioner needs adequate airflow in order to function efficiently. This is because, when there is a short supply of air into the system, the balance between the rate at which the refrigerant absorbs heat and the rate at which warm air is supplied to the evaporator coil will be disrupted. The abnormally low temperatures that result from this then cause evaporator coil icing, something that eventually causes a marked decrease in the air conditioner's performance.
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