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How To Stay Warm When It's Cold Outside How To Stay Warm When It's Cold Outside Good stuff in here. If you're just getting into camping/backpacking/outdoors-ing and you find yourself cold a lot, I would say the first and most useful piece of gear is a down jacket. They're way up there on the warmth to weight scale and are very versatile as long as you're not encountering serious weather. After that, the sky's the limit, but that'll get you off to a good start.
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This months ‘My Automated Home’ feature follows Johannes Jensson’s compressive review of his Heat Genius installation… Nobody has escaped the rapid rise of gas and electricity prices over the last 5 years. I had a feeling that my cash was really going up in smoke and I needed a permanent way to reduce my heating cost. I had already taken quite a few steps to make my home energy efficient. I was an early adopter of low energy lighting and the kitchen is fitted with an induction stove. All white goods and electrical appliances are ‘A’ rated. All the windows are double glazed with high performance thin sealed vacuum units. The house is heated using a 30kW gas condensing boiler with 8 designer type, double-column and triple-column radiators. Despite this, my heating bill was becoming uncomfortable. After doing extensive research into what I could do to save on my heating energy cost I decided to turn my home into a smart heated home. Deciding what I want Heat Genius System Features 1. My Automated Home: Heat Genius Smart Home Heating Controls My Automated Home: Heat Genius Smart Home Heating Controls
Buy Silent Gliss Autoglide 5090 Detailed Product Information This Silent Gliss Autoglide 5090 electric curtain track is easy to fit and designed especially for use in the home. This model is operated by a Wall Switch, effortlessly opening and closing your curtains for you. These track systems come without curtains. You can hang your own standard curtains using normal curtain hooks (not supplieD). What's in the box? This is a complete kit, with track, fixing brackets, motor, wall switch, 3m power cable with fitted UK mains plug and full fitting instructions. Autoglide 5090 Electric curtain track image gallery Fitting Your track(s) will be supplied fully assembled and made to your exact measurements. Delivery time As it is made to measure, please allow 5 - 7 working days for delivery. Bay windows If you have a shaped window, such as a bay window, the track can be bent for you during manufacture. You can also print and use this handy Curtain Track Bending Angle Measure. Wave Header Option Most frequently asked questions Inc. Buy Silent Gliss Autoglide 5090
Now we’ll start building events. There will be a number of events to accomplish these actions and we will need one timer, one counter and the two virtual devices created above. The function will follow these rulesWhen you enter the room between dusk and dawn, the lights will come on and stay on until 15 minutes after you leave the room.The motion control can be disabled in two waysTurning the switch ON-OFF-ON within 2 seconds will leave the lights on with motion control suspendedTurning the switch ON-OFF will leave the lights off with the motion controls suspendedIf the lights are on for more than three seconds, motion control is restored when they are turned off Let’s build the Lights ON by Motion Control event. It is a straight forward event – if the motion detector in that room goes to “Motion”, the event is triggered. The first action is to Remove Delayed Device Actions for this lighting zone. Likewise we create a counter named “Exercise Lights Counter” Constructing a series of events for motion controlled lighting - HomeSeer Message Board Constructing a series of events for motion controlled lighting - HomeSeer Message Board
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Home hacks you never knew existed | Ideal Home Home hacks you never knew existed | Ideal Home Everyone loves a good DIY project, but no one ever seems to get round to those nitty gritty redecorating bores. We’re talking painstakingly rewiring the lights for one dark corner and retiling parts of the shower cubicle after a couple of chips. Well, with these super easy home hacks and crafty little cheats, you can skip the hard work and go straight to the finish line. Finally, the secrets are revealed and now you can fix those annoying little jobs without the fuss. Install new kitchen cupboard lighting Wiring cables and installing lights can be tricky (and expensive) so if you have a dark corner or need extra light under kitchen cupboards, then head to your local DIY store and buy some battery-operated lights. Sort that slipping rug Rugs that slip and slide are irritating and impractical. Freshen up the grouting Re-colouring your grout is the perfect way to add a fresh dose of sparkle to your tiles without the faff. Brighten your dark wardrobe Fill in tile chips Cover up wooden flaws
10 questions with...Maxine Brady of WeLoveHomeBlog In our interview series, we talk to our favourite bloggers about their trend predictions and styles. Here, we meet Maxine Brady... 1. Which trend would you like to see the back of in 2017 – and why? Interior trends are a great way to get people excited about their homes. Splash of green here, a gallery wall over there or a statement armchair in a corner – it’s all about reviving your rooms with a few key ideas. 2. I’m all about the inky-blues, I think that is because I live by the seaside in Brighton. 3. Ooh – good question! 4. God, I love every room in my home – mainly as I have just renovated it from top-to-bottom. 5. Begged, borrowed and blue 6. With my day job as an interior stylist, I get to photograph the interior of beautiful homes for magazines and TV shows. 7. Where do I start? 8. Never say never when it comes to colours. 9. When I first bought my house, I filled the whole place with furniture I found on the street. 10. Getting the scale of furniture all wrong. 10 questions with...Maxine Brady of WeLoveHomeBlog
How to decorate with coral blush tones | Ideal Home This earthy, orange-tinted pink is only a shade away from being a neutral, making it really easy to use as a decorating scheme Try it in a room that needs a little warmth and softness – it won’t look too girly if your style is simple and modern, but will give a natural flush of colour that’s uplifting in sun-soaked spaces or cosy and comforting in light-starved ones. Create an elegant living space Mixing matt finishes and natural textiles helps to keep this look artisan rather than glam-shiny. Fabienne Plain Wallpaper in Russet, £50, Sanderson at John Lewis. Showcase your best bits Coral blush works beautifully with grainy oak and a blend of other pale neutrals – stone, sand, light grey – with simple black and white accents for definition and elegance. Design Project Display Unit 004, £699, John Lewis. Sit pretty in pink Coral gets an extra wow factor when used in tactile velvets, instantly becoming richer and more sumptuous. Peggy Armchair in Dusty Rose Velvet, £660, Sofa.com. How to decorate with coral blush tones | Ideal Home
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8 Principles of GROW BIOINTENSIVE - Common Ground Garden | Common Ground Garden Posted on December 8, 2014 by Kathryn 16 Comments As one of the first blog posts for our garden project, I wanted to highlight exactly what is GROW BIOINTENSIVE (“GB”). Maybe people ask what makes our farming method unique and how it differs from other farming methods … so, here we go! 8 PRINCIPLES OF GROW BIOINTENSIVEThere are 8 main principles that really distinguish GB from other intensive-planting methods. 1. 2. 3. We maximize the space in our growing beds by planting hexagonally, as opposed to in rows. 4. [Photo: Amaranth in hand, corn in the back] The crops we grow for carbon include grains such as corn, quinoa, wheat, rye, sorghum, amaranth, sunflowers to name a few. 5. [Photo: Potatoes!] 6. We note the best attributes of all of our plants and use them to our advantage. 7. 8. Did you find this information helpful? 8 Principles of GROW BIOINTENSIVE - Common Ground Garden | Common Ground Garden
Which kind of composting sytem is right for your lifestyle? There are three types of compost piles: the traditional “hot” compost, which you feed regularly with kitchen scraps. the ‘John Jeavons-style’ “cold” compost pile, which you build and/or turn seasonally with collected materials, and there’s the compost pile that you purchase. Roll over circles above to see the full-sized image. Smart layering can bring delicious results. Obviously, importing large quantities of compost gets expensive pretty quickly, but some sites, especially after construction, require plenty of imported compost that gets mixed deep into the ground before any plant gets planted. PermaDesign | Portfolio | Perma360
Tiny House Plans - hOMe Architectural Plans Tiny House Plans - hOMe Architectural Plans Tiny House Plans – hOMe SketchUp Model Welcome hOMe hOMe, a modern tiny house on wheels, offers tiny house living without compromise. The layout of this 207SF (+110SF in lofts) tiny house is open and spacious with tall ceilings while keeping within legal road restrictions (8’6″wide x 13’5″ tall) so that a special transport permit is not required to move it in most locales (please click HERE for US state by state regulations. *We have updated the trailer design for hOMe so that it is a 3 axle design and also offers exposed wheel wells for easier tire changes. “Once most businesses sell their product, the consumer is pretty much on their own. “If it is possible to have a crush on a house, this one has captured my attention” -buttonsandbow-ties “Yeah. “We are having so much fun building our own hOMe, thanks for all you guys do! TOTAL PLANS PACKAGE5 page set of hOMe ARCHITECTURAL PLANS printed on Architectural D (3′ x 2′) paper. Title Page with: Building Elevations with: Door Schedule: About Us
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Schäferwagen - Modelle vom Schäferwagenbau Jochen Müller: Jagdwagen, mobiles Gartenhaus und viele weitere Wagen - Minihaus / Tiny houses In letzter Zeit bekommen wir immer mehr Anfragen über Tiny House, das Minihaus auf Rädern. Am 14. November 2015 haben wir unsere Interpretation eines Tiny Houses fertig gestellt: Ein wunderschönes Minihaus auf Rädern. Der Wagen wurde im Zirkuswagen-Stil mit dem Runddach sowie Eckpfosten gefertigt. Aber ist nicht Vorfreude die schönste Freude?
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