Is Dr Oz Right About Inversion Tables?

What is an Inversion Table? Inversion tables are devices which allow the user to attach his or her feet to the base, tilt backward, and hang upside down. Most inversion tables allow you to adjust the angle of inversion thus you can hang anywhere from a 45 degree angle to being completely perpendicular to the…

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Church Design Tidbits: Balconies and Landscaping

In this article, we will be giving some design tidbits for two unrelated, but important, features of your church project: balcony seating and landscaping. Balcony Seating When properly designed, balcony seating has some benefits worth considering. Balconies can solve the problem of future expansion as the congregation grows and can enable a church with limited…

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Cleaning Tips For Smelly Houses

Stinky smells can arise from a variety of sources: pets, mildew, smoke, trash… The worst part is, even if you clean every day and your home is spotless, a random smell can make buyers and visitors think your home is unclean or worn out. When staging a home, I try to think with all 5…

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Using Granite Remnants Outside of the Bath and Kitchen

Granite isn’t just for countertops anymore. With the recent popularity of granite and granite remnants, more people are utilizing this beautiful, durable stone in other places, not just the kitchen and bath. With granite’s rigid composition and quartz flecks, remnants can add depth and dimension to any home design. So put on your thinking caps.…

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Gas Flame

The flame from the gasoline burner represents the ultimate challenge: to mix gas and oxygen in just the right amounts to create combustion, giving us controlled heat with minimum light. The simplest, most effective example of this may be the old-fashioned Bunsen burner. This type of burner premixes air and gas prior to reaching the…

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