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Tips for Keeping Glass Windows Clean

Posted on: May 29, 2020

Tips for keeping glass windows clean are available for both commercial and residential properties. Keeping windows clean ensures that they will not become contaminated by dust, dirt and debris. Cleaning windows involves both the window and the frame. Taking into consideration the amount of traffic the windows experience, it is best to keep them clean on a regular basis to ensure proper air flow. Image credit Window cleaning includes wiping them with a lint free…

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All you need to know about the soil beneath your feet

Posted on: May 28, 2020

Soil is much more than the dirt that we plant our flowers in. It is what gives you the food that we eat, either as a direct result of planting or allowing animals to graze. There are times when soil can become contaminated with chemicals and other materials that means it needs the services of a Soil Remediation Service and this is where Soilfix can help. Image Credit Soil is the top layer of the…

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Thermal Plasma Spray is an impressive process

Posted on: May 28, 2020

One of the many processes available to customers is that of the Thermal Plasma Spray.  This is a process where a super heated material, such as a Nickel sulfate or plastic polymer composites, is sprayed on a subject, or substrates, over a set period. The continuous spraying means that the level of protection and thickness is regulated. Image credit It scores over several other processes such as electroplating especially in the cases where the substrate…

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Llanelli, the largest Town in Carmarthenshire, South Wales

Posted on: May 27, 2020

Situated on the Loughor Estuary in the beautifully preserved County of Dyfed, you will find “Llanelli” the largest Town in Carmarthenshire, famous for its roots in Rugby and the Scarlets Rugby Region.  With a growing population of over thirty-five thousand people it is a great place to live, work and raise a family.  With many old, derelict, steel, coal and tinplate sites now being restored and used in regeneration schemes there is a thriving building…

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Confused by Garage Door terminology?

Posted on: May 27, 2020

If your old garage door is a little worse for wear, or no longer offers the security and insulation that it did, then it is time to shop for a replacement. When trying to choose a new garage door, it is very easy to get lost and confused in the jargon. Researching the different types and what they offer can be a minefield, especially if you are not familiar with the terminology. You can spend…

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Top tips for small business accounting

Posted on: May 26, 2020

Image Credit When running a small business whether as a sole trader or limited company, keeping on top of your business finances can be time consuming. A Gloucester Accountants can help you out with your reporting needs and any other accounting queries that you may have. Gloucester Accountants Randall and Payne can help your business finances from day to day accounting through to end of year filing. Image Credit Here are some tips on how…

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The green and pleasant Cotswolds is a sight to behold

Posted on: May 26, 2020

If you are thinking of taking a holiday in the UK this year then the Cotswolds is certainly a place to consider. There is so much to see and do there. Not only is it a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, with some of the most breathtaking rural landscapes and walks, it also offers history and heritage, a Zoo and even the chance to go swimming at an artificial beach. Image credit There is…

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How Does a Care Home Compare to Assisted Living?

Posted on: May 26, 2020

The question is usually asked in an attempt to find out which is better. While it is easy to look at a facility and get a quick opinion on it, this is not the right way to judge one against another. It is important to look at the type of services that each provides, the quality of their staff, how accessible they are, what their environment is like, how clean the rooms are, the amenities…

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How to make sure your event is run safely

Posted on: May 13, 2020

it comes to running events there can be numerous things that you need to think about including the venue, ticket prices, food and entertainment. But, one of the first things that you need to carefully assess is the health and safety of your event and ensuring that you have Event Medical Hire from companies such as https://outdoormedicalsolutions.co.uk/ in hand. Image Credit Here are some of our top tips for making sure that your event is…

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A Game of Plumbing in the North

Posted on: May 12, 2020

After the shocking debacle of the end of Game of Thrones last year the effects are still being felt. How could the producers get it so very wrong? Why did they ignore so many plot lines and then blow the scenes that they had been building the story up to? Ahh well not to worry, it’s all too late now. One thing that got me annoyed was why they didn’t make more of Winterfell’s much…

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In search of the Kew 50p coin

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Ever wondered how a fifty pence coin could actually be worth anywhere between £15 to £200 pounds? It could even be more if you have it in a presentation case. You might well be thinking, “I’ve got a couple of 50p’s in my wallet right now. Are they worth more than a quid?”. Probably not, but if you look on the tails side of a 50p coin you might see something interesting. If you see…

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Keeping a track of Stormtrooper training

Posted on: May 11, 2020

It must be a complete nightmare for the administrators of the Empire/First Order to know exactly what training which Stormtrooper legion is due to get and when. This might explain why when it comes to basic combat situations a Stormtrooper can’t hit a barn door or a Han Solo at close range but an untrained farm boy can quote “bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home”. So what’s the issue? It’s been going on…

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How to read your Gas meter

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Your gas meter is an important part of the home as it allows you to get an idea as to how to deal with the amount that you use. It also means that the supplier that you have can give you an accurate reading and therefore an accurate bill. How do you read this meter correctly so as not to make mistakes or end up with an estimated bill? Image credit First off all its…

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How do tapping machines work?

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Tapping Machines are used in many different industries but especially in the manufacture and shaping of metal. UK Tapping Machines work by allowing screws and nails to be inserted into two adjoining pieces of metal with strong force creating a better bonding of the two pieces. Image Credit The difference between tapping in screws and bolts compared to drilling a hole and then inserting the screw is that a thread is created in the hole…

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Picking the best ceiling roses for your home

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Decorative roses are a quick and easy way to give more personality to the ceiling of a room, particularly if you have cornicing or coving, as they both look gorgeous together. They are available in a wide range of styles, so it will be simple to find one that matches with the period of your home and which light fittings you desire. Image credit You may not want to an elaborate Victorian rose surrounding modern…

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Making the right choices for your office flooring

Posted on: May 7, 2020

When it comes to choosing the right flooring for your office you can be faced with a number of different choices from carpet and vinyl through to hard wood. The choice that you make will depend very much on the work that you conduct and the number of people that you have working for you and visiting on a daily basis. Here is a breakdown of the options. Image Credit Carpet – carpet adds a…

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Having a move around in your garage

Posted on: May 6, 2020

Garages are often spaces that we neglect to use as dumping grounds for all of our belongings that we don’t know what to do with or to store garden furniture and equipment ready for the next time we want to use them. Many people are looking at ways in which they can regain this space either to use for alternative purposes or simply to bring some order to the chaos. Image Credit There are ways…

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You don’t need to join the gym to get fit – Other ways to have fun and get fit!

Posted on: May 6, 2020

If you are stuck in a bit of rut, wanting to get fit but fear the pricy gym membership and boring treadmills, don’t worry – there are plenty more fun ways to get fit without even setting foot in a gym! If the gym is not for you (there are plenty of people who would agree with you!) try out one of these ideas to get fit and more importantly have fun at the same…

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The Annual Scourge of Hay Fever

Posted on: May 6, 2020

The spring and summer months mark the beginning of a great deal of suffering for those unfortunate enough to have hay fever. Itchy, swollen eyes, a running nose and tight chest are experienced almost daily for sufferers of the allergy. Right when we should be getting outdoors to enjoy the better weather, we are stuck inside hiding from the plants and flowers. What can be done to alleviate the symptoms? The allergy to airborne pollen…

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When Should You Worry About Your Moles?

When Should You Worry About Your Moles?

Posted on: May 6, 2020

Whether you were born with them or have developed some over the years, we all have moles on our skin. These small patches of pigmented skin cells are usually harmless but can look unsightly or cause irritation, which might be why you would be interested in mole removal in London. Image Credit Checking Your Moles Experts recommend that you check moles every few months, particularly if you have fair skin and a lot of moles.…

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