Functional small bedroom
The bedroom is primarily your relaxation and sleeping area, so the fact that the room may be small should not bother you anyway. Sorry that there is no where to…

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How to build a reliable home on a weak ground
Obviously, the foundation on which the house rests must be firmly established in the ground. However, due to the different nature of the soils, they can not always withstand the…

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How to choose a sealant for homework
About the fact that they represent themselves, what kinds of species exist, where and how they are used, as well as how to choose the right sealant, says the National…

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How to invent air conditioning: from coconut palms to split systems

In modern cities, we do not imagine life without an air conditioner. And few who know that his prototype appeared several millennia ago in India.
How to invent air conditioning: from coconut palms to split systems
What was an ancient Indian air conditioner
At the usual location of the entrance door, a frame of a special design was installed, which was tucked up by a variety of coconut palms – tatty. Continue reading

How to mill doors and set pens
If you yourself do repairs and want to perfectly install the interior doors, the National Encyclopedia of Construction, buy the simplest manual milling machine. This tool greatly simplifies the process…

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How to mill doors and set pens
If you yourself do repairs and want to perfectly install the interior doors, the National Encyclopedia of Construction, buy the simplest manual milling machine. This tool greatly simplifies the process…

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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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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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