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Sheer, Room Darkening, or Blackout Curtains: The Pros and Cons

  in  The Home
Do you have plans to redecorate a room in your home? There are many decisions to be made, such as how much you can afford to spend, whatcolor palette you'll stick to, whether to buy new or upcycle, and more. If your room has windows, you may also have to decide what type of curtains to hang.
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On Telecommuting From the Bottom of My Garden

  in  The Garden
Being a telecommuter isn't for everybody, yet I would suggest that for those who have a career in a design-orientated area, do seriously consider doing your work from home if it's possible to do so. So, why? Creativity isn't a nine to five thing - you could be creative at anytime of the whole day, not just 9 to 5.
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Thames Tideway Tunnel: the Future of London Sewerage Systems?

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
By now, you have probably heard about the latest project of London, The Thames Tideway Tunnel; but the question everyone is asking is what exactly is it? Well you're in luck as that is what we will be discussing here. The Thames Tideway Tunnel is the solution that Bazalgette Tunnel Ltd came up with to overcome the excess overflows that the current London sewerage system has. The proposed design of the tunnel is that it will be 25 km long and 65 meters deep; it will run from Acton Storm Tanks, under the tidal section of the Thames, through central London and make its way to the Abbey Mills pumping station.
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A Look at Flood Prevention Measures

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
If you live in a flood risk area, then you must take necessary steps to ensure little-to-no damages occur; these damages can range from health threats to property damage and in some cases even death. Below are some things you can do to minimize these risks. Buy Flood Insurance.
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A Primer on Culverts

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
Culverts have been in existence since ancient times, used by the Romans for their aqueducts and Egyptians to channel water from the Nile river. Culverts are used by a lot of businesses and residences if they have some water issues and they're used by cities within their drainage systems to minimize the risk of floods.
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The History of CCTV Technology (1942 to Present)

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
In today's age, CCTV technology is something we take advantage of. Over 90% of the world employ the use of this technology in their homes, streets and businesses, this has become something we have accepted.
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Modern Drainage Systems, Inspired by Romans

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
Most modern-day drainage systems have been inspired or influenced by the complex system that Ancient Romans used to use. Romans had "latrines"composed of a wooden board with holes cut out to act as a toilet seat; below these "latrines"was a giant trench with water that, when flushed, ran to a central channel to the main sewers; these then discharged to a nearby river or stream. It is presumed that between 800 and 750 BC, the first ever sewers of ancient Rome were built.
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Don't DIY a Blocked Drain - Call Professionals

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
You're in a rush - you're already late for work, and yet something seems "off" as you leave the house. There's a smell in the air. . . ah, it could be a blocked drain.
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How to Declutter Your Home and Give it a Minimal Look

  in  The Home
There's no doubt that a cluttered house just makes you feel like your life is disorganized. You go home, and there's just so much stuff everywhere - you run out of shelf space just trying to store it all.
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Five Top Tips For Buying Tiles Online

  in  The Home
Nowadays so much of our shopping is done online. After all, it's so much quicker and easier, and quite often cheaper. However, there are certain things which a lot of people would much rather buy in person so that they can get a better idea of the quality of the product which they're buying. Tiles are a product which would probably fall into this category, however, we're here to give you five top tips for buying tiles online so that you get a great deal, and more importantly get the tiles that are right for you. Understand the product and your rightsOne of the fears that some people have when buying tiles is that they'll turn up on your doorstep and be completely wrong, or not what you were expecting.
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