Tips to Prolong the Life of Your Truck Bed Cover

Posted on: 22 November 2016

Truck bed covers are primarily meant to cover the back of your truck, thus protecting any items placed there from theft or loss. If you have recently purchased a new truck bed cover, then you are well-aware that the good stuff does not come by cheaply. To reap the full value of the price you paid, you will need to take good care of your cover. This is something not many first time buyers know how to do.
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Passive Solar Building Design to Enhance Your Home

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Your home is supposed to be your primary shelter against the changing weather elements. Nevertheless, it is not simply about having a roof over your head. The building design of the home can also take advantage of the environment to ensure the structure is sustainable as well as energy efficient. One way of making the most of the environment to suit your needs would be through passive solar building design. As the name suggests, a passive design will not make use of any active technology.
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Health-Friendly Homes; Tips to Building An Allergy Friendly Home

Posted on: 29 July 2016

A healthy home is a must have as an allergy sufferer. Imagine having a dream house that provides you with lasting health benefits. As an allergy sufferer, the condition of your indoor air can affect your quality of life. Product selection is one of the most important steps in minimizing discomforts while building a new home. Truth there is no place that is better as an allergy sufferer. It's not where you need to build your new home that matters; it's how well designed your home will be.
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Operate Your Open Circuit Cooling Tower Safely in Cold Weather with the Following Tips

Posted on: 18 July 2016

Open circuit (direct) cooling towers come as an enclosed structure that distributes water in the system through a fill. The fill offers a large interface between air and water so that large quantities of air can be heated as evaporation takes place. The water then passes through the fill for cooling and collection while the hot moist air escapes to the atmosphere. In winter, this normal functioning of the open-circuit cooling tower can be severely interrupted by the extreme cold temperatures.
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