Four Tips To Help Design A Custom Pool With Clean Natural Filtration

Posted on: 12 June 2015

If you want to have a custom pool, there are a lot of different designs to choose from. Most conventional pools you filters and chemicals to keep the water clean and safe for swimming. If you want to have a pool with fewer chemicals that is healthier, there are also natural filtration solutions for your pool. Here are some things that can be done to give your custom pool a natural filtration system.
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Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing?

Posted on: 1 June 2015

So, you woke up this morning and noticed your home was a little stuffy. You took a look at the air conditioner and noticed that some of the coils were covered in ice and frost. Frozen coils are a common problem that air conditioners experience under certain conditions. If you're wondering what the problem is and how to fix it, read on. Air Conditioner Basics In order to understand why your air conditioner is frozen, you must first understand how your AC works.
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3 Tips To Protect Your Storage Tanks From The Elements

Posted on: 15 May 2015

In your industrial setting, you probably rely on your storage tanks as keys to successful day-to-day operations. Although they are usually incredibly durable, there is always the chance that your storage tanks could be damaged by elements like rain or snow if you aren't careful. Luckily, following these tips can help you keep your storage tanks in great shape, no matter what the weather might be like outside. 1. Add a Coating of Protective Paint
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How To Install A Garage Door Opener

Posted on: 29 April 2015

Installing a garage door opener isn't difficult to do for the average handy-man. It can easily be done with one person, but having a second person to help hold the garage door opener in place will make the job much easier. Follow these steps to install a garage door opener yourself: Attach the Track to the Drive Unit Attach the rail of the drive unit where the motor is located to the track and bolt all of the rail sections together.
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