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A guide to getting the best out of vertical blinds

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If you’ve made the first step of replacing your cumbersome curtains with blinds, you’re on the path towards a stylish and comfortable home. Blinds are easier to maintain and they come in many different designs that can blend with your furniture, windows and overall theme. If you’ve decided to purchase vertical blinds, you’ll find this design option as one of the most appealing. Vertical blinds have a distinct “stacking” look and they elevate the appearance of even the most dull-looking windows. Read More»

Why Your Historical Reenactment Sewing Business Needs an Overlocker Machine

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When you started your sewing business that caters to historical reenactment players, you likely bought a heavy-duty sewing machine. You also probably felt that this sewing machine would be enough to get you by on many of the orders you would receive. The truth is, as your orders get bigger and more grand in design, you may find you need more than just your traditional machine. Here are some reasons you need an overlocker sewing machine for your historical reenactment sewing business. Read More»

Fire Safety For Your Business: 3 Top Tips

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If you own a business, you have a legal responsibility to protect your staff and customers. One of the most common hazards which could affect your business is fire. Below is a guide which will help to ensure that you are doing everything you can to protect your business from the risk of fire. Check out the kitchen areas If your business has a staff rest area with kitchen facilities, this should be an area you should target when reviewing your fire safety set-up. Read More»

Design Ideas For Your Kitchen Renovation

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A kitchen transformation ideally produces a functional and beautiful space in which you love to spend time socialising and cooking. If you’re looking for elements that will help to achieve this, read on for some ideas.  Kitchen Island In a large open-plan kitchen, an island bench will bring multiple benefits. Adding extra benchtop and storage makes food preparation easier, allowing easy access to utensils and food items. By including a breakfast bar, this prime piece of furniture doubles up as a workbench and dining area—adding functionality to the kitchen. Read More»

Kitchen Wholesale Benchtops for Large Families

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One of the tasks that large families do each week is food prep. Food prep can consist of chopping vegetables, sandwich prep or packing multiple lunches for the week. All of this requires durable benchtops and options that are easy to maintain and clean. If this is the situation you are in, you may not know what options are available to you. Here are some of the kitchen wholesale benchtop options you can consider and why. Read More»

Two Pieces of Advice to Follow If You're Planning to Redesign Your Deck

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If you dislike your deck and have decided to redesign it, you may want to keep the following two pieces of advice in mind during this process. Attach a set of outdoor blinds to the deck Many interior designers advise their clients to add outdoor blinds to their decks. There are many reasons for this. The first is that these blinds can keep your deck secure when they are shut. This, in turn, will give you more freedom when it comes to the decorating the deck, as you can safely leave valuable ornaments, furniture and soft furnishings (such as an expensive outdoor lantern or a high-end luxurious rug) in this area without having to worry about someone stealing these items when the deck is unoccupied. Read More»

Benefits Of French Doors In Your Home

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French doors bring a classic touch to any room with their decorative array of panel inserts. Either as entry or internal doors, they combine function with beauty. Here are some of the advantages they offer. Lets In Extra Sunlight Free and plentiful, daylight has a significant impact on the ambience and feel of a space, so any way you can increase the amount of it is usually worthwhile. External French doors offer an ideal way to let in more sunshine and light. Read More»

Common Types of Carports that You Can Consider

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Your garage is that one place where you can store not only cars but also things like bicycles, a workbench or a Christmas tree — and the list is endless. And sometimes because of all the things you store, it can leave you with no room whatsoever to store your new car, motorcycle or truck. To avoid leaving your new car sitting outside, carports are the best solution.  Carports are semi-covered steel or fabric structures, which provide weather and shade protection for boats, tractors and vehicles. Read More»

Will In-Floor Heating Help Relieve Your Asthma?

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If you’re about to put new heating in your home and you suffer from asthma, then you’ll be looking for a system that won’t affect your breathing. Heating that goes under your floors could be a good option. How will it help reduce your symptoms when you’re at home? Reduced Dust Build-Up If you install a heating system that uses radiators or heater units, then these parts sit in specific places in the room. Read More»

Three Things To Consider When Choosing An Interstate Removals Company

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Choosing a mover for an interstate move can be a difficult task and can certainly seem overwhelming. However, if you spend some time considering your budget and your needs, you can make a thought-out decision that suits you. Think About Your Budget Moving to a new state isn’t a cheap process, but if you’re careful and thoughtful, you can keep costs to a minimum. You should get quotes from a few different companies and try to be as specific as possible about the amount of stuff you have. Read More»