Month: January 2009
There’s the teen who refuses to turn off her cell phone, the toddler booting the back of your seat and the $5 bucket of popcorn that tastes like it’s been around since the silent era. Isn’t going to the movies supposed to be fun?
Heating and cooling systems account for 56 percent of energy used in a typical home, making it the largest energy expense for most households, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Making smarter decisions about your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system can help you save money on your monthly utility bills.
Stroll your neighborhood and chances are you’ll spot landscape shrub roses decorating someone’s garden or backyard. Take a drive into town, and you’ll see them planted at your favorite shopping center.
(HIB) – If your bedroom is more like a catastrophe than an oasis, it may be time to wake up and take on the chaos. Designers and sleep experts agree that your bedroom should be a peaceful refuge, a restful retreat that creates an atmosphere conducive to sleep and relaxation. Five Tips to Turn Chaos into …
Many of us have been hearing about the February 2009 digital TV transition for a long time now. With the date fast approaching, what does it mean for you and what are your plans for the TVs in your home?
This site give some good images of skte ramps. I’m still looking for the one that has the actual pdf plans – it’s probably the best and for free. http://www.xtremeskater.com/