If you have recently acquired a mobile home, you may be wondering whether or not it needs an asbestos inspection. There are a variety of times when this may be necessary. Here are some guidelines to help you decide: 1. Your mobile home is more than 25 years old. Asbestos was used in a range of building applications since the 1800s, and it was used through the 1980s. As a result, if your mobile home was built prior to 1990, it may contain asbestos.
- If you're left-handed and are unfortunate enough to have an accident that leaves your left hand damaged, how are you going to cope when you can't even hold your favourite Lamy pen, let alone write with it? Well, don't despair; with a little practice and know-how, you can learn to use your right hand instead. Here's how. Wake up your right hand If you're used to doing everything left-handed, using your right hand for everyday tasks will feel very odd indeed.
- In years past, curtains and drapes were the go-to options when contemplating window treatments for the home. However, with more and more homeowners taking note of their interior décor, blinds have started being a popular alternative as window dressings. Nevertheless, there are some homeowners who assume switching to blinds may be more tedious than simply sticking to their current curtains. Additionally, there is a misconception with some homeowners that blinds would be more expensive to install.
- A shipping container can make a fun and innovative playhouse for your kids, but before buying one and converting it into a magical space, you need to take a few moments to consider safety elements. Here are some tips and ideas to keep in mind: 1. Consider buying a new shipping container. If you want a container that is completely safe from chemicals or toxins, you may want to buy a new container.
- Boats are normally susceptible to corrosion when out in the aquatic environs. To guard against that, sacrificial anodes are used. How they work is simple; these anodes are attached to the boat and when in the water, they release electrons and corrode in place of your boat. That way your boat would be guarded against deterioration. And that's where the name 'sacrificial' comes from. These anodes sacrifice themselves to save your boat.