DAIKIN equipment for large real estate objects: opinion of designers
Going to the shopping center or business center, we expect comfortable conditions, and above all, it concerns the temperature regime. For this purpose, modern facilities are installed on such objects,…

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Kitchen: creative area for cooking
The right and comfortable kitchen is a guarantee of a good and always uplifting mistress, and therefore - a delicious lunch and a healthy appetite. So that the process of…

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How to prepare for major repairs: rough work, materials and technology
In the previous articles of our cycle, which is devoted to the insulation of facades, we examined in detail the most commonly used methods of thermal insulation and found that…

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We paint chairs for the garden

When choosing chairs for a garden, one should pay attention not only to the material from which they are made, but also to their constructive solution, mindful of functionality, maximum comfort, permissible loads and intensity of use. After all, the right choice is a guarantee of long-term use and easy care of chairs. Continue reading

What distinguishes the construction insulation from the technical
As the National Encyclopedia of Construction of ProfiDom.com.ua has found, there are serious differences between the concepts of "building thermal insulation" and "technical thermal insulation", although many consider that this…

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How to put a tile on a wooden floor
Certainly, ceramics - far from the best option for combining with wood. This is due to the different characteristics of these two materials: Wood has the property to change its…

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We produce wooden shelves for pantry
At times, it's just amazing that you are able to keep caring masters in this small room: it can be both food and countless preserves, small household appliances, and a…

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How to calculate the number of wallpapers on the room
The first step is to determine the perimeter of the room. Remember math in elementary school? The formula for calculating the perimeter is simple: (width + length) x 2. This…

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