Sep 112014
 

laminas proteccion ventanasWinter is coming up quicker than you think. It was only about a year ago that those in the East Coast would be in the midst of a Halloween Nor’easter, which confused many Americans who just wanted to dress up like Harry Potter and ask strangers for candy. Although the rest of the winter was relatively warm, there is no guarantee that this will happen again.

If we get a winter like the one before with the Groundhog Day Blizzard, you can be sure that you’re going to need as much heat as possible. Besides a good heater, you’re going to need to make sure that heat isn’t escaping through your windows. If it is, you may have to look into a window replacement estimate.

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Originally posted 2014-06-29 15:53:02. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

avandalucia1GAlso known as tension structures, tensile structures are architectural forms created from tensioned membranes that provide designers and end users a variety of aesthetic free-form canopy designs. The tensile structure is a construction system based on lightweight structures, basically used as hedges.

These structures achieve great stability combining and balancing the strength of rigid items (posts, arches, etc.) with the versatility and adaptability of flexible elements (banners and cables).

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Originally posted 2012-08-03 02:59:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

lawnPestDo you ever wonder what pest control is really costing you? Apart from the quarterly pinch felt by your wallet when professionals visit to combat your pests, consider the deposits that linger for days, weeks or months afterward. Professionals apply a chemical formulated to kill living organisms; how safe can it really be? Are there safer options?

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Originally posted 2014-07-24 03:52:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

mixing colorsColor is probably the number one thing that trips up DIY decorators.  This post hopefully takes some of the scary out of selecting colors for your space.  All you need is a little bit of knowledge about the color wheel, some color scheme vocabulary, and you’re off and running!

Layering and combining colors can definitely be intimidating.  I would suggest starting with things that are not permanent, such as pillows or other accessories.  When you feel more comfortable (or brave), then you can move ahead to painting and furniture.

The first step would be to choose a main color.  You can choose and incorporate many variations of this color, for example orange, lighter orange, darker orange, rusts all work together well.  Varying shades leads to an evolved, effortless look.  Now, if you choose to stop there, and just work with one hue, but vary the shade, that is called monochromatic.  These schemes can be very trendy.

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Originally posted 2014-07-22 15:53:01. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

green-do-it-yourself-home-improvementThe term going green is everywhere and it can get overwhelming with influences hammering at you from every direction; energy saving, recycling, organic this and organic that.

Going green isn’t the problem, it’s where to start. It’s helpful to have some simple, manageable steps you can take at your own pace. The following list contains Do-It-Yourself projects for your home, which you can accomplish whenever the mood takes you.

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Originally posted 2014-02-15 03:52:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

robots aspiradoras automaticasWouldn’t it be incredible if there were a robot vacuum cleaner that could keep the floors in the whole house spotless? Wouldn’t it be great to not ever have to sweep again because a remarkable machine did it all? No, it is not a dream, it is a reality. There are several and they are the best robot vacuum cleaners in the market.

First off, iRobot is a corporation that distributes a line of unique, self-reliant robotic floor cleaners named Roombas.

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Originally posted 2012-11-07 10:57:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

vray3dsmaxproxy6_thumb1With vray proxy you will can render bilions of poligon without RAM using!. Vray Proxies are one of the most powerful tools in visualization. They make rendering huge landscape scenes possible, and even quite easy. If you have not yet experimented with them, you should. Here we have an excelent Vray Proxy tutorial for you to practice.

Vray Proxy is one method of saving a lot of geometry as well as saving a lot of rendertimes by creating an external proxy to your scene.  However some procedures might be consider for us not to end up rendering a proxy with just one material.

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Originally posted 2014-08-23 03:53:02. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

AUTOCAD PLOTEvery AutoCAD drawing can use one type of plot style table. When you create a new drawing the plot style table is also defined. The type of plot style depends on the template file that you use or the settings of Options dialog box.

 

Converting the current drawing from named to color-dependent plot style:

  1. Invoke CONVERTPSTYLES command. A dialog box appears

AUTOCAD PLOT STYLE

Click OK. Done!

Originally posted 2014-08-30 15:52:55. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sep 112014
 

divisiones en yesoDrywall system is a constructive method of plaster (gypsum) or fiber-cement boards, attached to a lightweight wooden or galvanized steel reticular structure in which in the manufacturing process and finish is not used water, therefore the name of Drywall or wall dry.

The Drywall construction system in dry  is a technology used around the world for the construction of walls, ceilings and enclosures, in all types of commercial, hospitality, educational, recreational, industrial architecture and housing projects, both single-family and multi-family.

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Originally posted 2014-08-07 03:53:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter