Kill the Old Smile and Dial

“Hi, my name is…”That’s about all you have to say on the telephone today for some prospects to realize five things instantly: You are not a friend or acquaintance. This is not a social call. You should not be trusted. You are invading their privacy. You want money! Have you ever heard the prospect ask,…

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How to Build a Solar Power System

A solar power system has the potential of supplying power to all your household appliances. Building a solar power system is not at all a herculean task, you can build it by installing the basic requirements. These requirements are easily available in any hardware and electrical stores. The basic requirements in building solar power system…

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How To Live Green On A Budget

Living green is a great aim. But if you’re not a millionaire, the usual question is how to live green on a budget? 1. Wash your clothes colder Boil wash stopped being the usual way of washing clothes years ago. Modern detergents work well at ever lower temperatures. Turn down the temperature dial on your…

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Tips For Opening a Healthy Food Outlet

If you are planning on opening a food outlet, why not make it a healthy one? Statistics show that around twenty-four million adults in the UK are overweight and many health risks can be dramatically reduced by adopting a healthier diet. Current trends point to an increasing amount of food being prepared and eaten outside…

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Ice Fishing For Winter Walleye

The ice is about to really set on some major lakes and walleye veterans will be hitting their spots like rabid raccoons. So how do these guys find their prime winter spots. Well, most likely there was some trial and error involved, and some stories from this guy and that, and a little luck here…

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Barn Lights – New Trend in Lighting Technology

The evolution of lights has paved way for an excellent way of living, in fact any task that was once quite complicated has finally become less tedious and more simple. One of the most excellent innovations in lighting technology is the development of barn lights. Through the years, numerous manufacturers have creatively made distinctive types…

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Great Chandelier Lighting Benefits

Have you ever walked into someones home and saw some massive chandelier  lighting  hanging from the ceiling? Your first thought was probably how beautiful it looked just hanging there glowing providing light for the whole room that it was in. There are a lot of great benefits to adding this type of  lighting  to your…

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Barrier Tape

Barrier Tape is a type of adhesive tape however it differs from regular tape because it is not designed to hold products (materials) together; instead it is designed to give a warning or to alert someone to something. There are a few different types available: Police Barrier Tape This is used within the police force…

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Dollhouse Wallpaper – How to Install It

When it is time to finish the walls, you can either paint them or cover them in dollhouse wallpaper. Wallpaper will give your house a finished look. This background will help your furnishings and accessories stand out. Select wallpaper or room colors that match the style of your house, as well as the furnishings you…

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Antique Mantel Clocks – An Interesting Hobby

Collecting antique mantle clocks is an interesting hobby to pursue. Most owners got their antique clocks as an heirloom piece. Although mantle clocks are considered a typical decor of American homes, more and more people are gaining interest in mixing such home furnishing in their modern home. An antique mantel clock can simply bring an…

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Epoxy Flooring: An Introduction

Epoxy flooring is a way of sealing and protecting concrete floors. An epoxy coating can prolong the life of your floor, and also achieve a great look. An epoxy floor is created when a protective resin is applied over the top of an existing concrete slab. This epoxy resin is clear, and will create a…

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Using Rainwater Harvesting For Multi-Dwellings

Rainwater can be used indoors and outside if drinking quality mains water is not required. Almost a third of our daily water is literally flushed down the toilet so, by using rainwater for the washing machine and in the garden, (for irrigation, cleaning and water features etc) about half of the average mains water consumption…

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