Lighting Up The Room

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When you need additional lighting in the home, buy floor lamps instead of installing overhead lights that often use more electricity. Floor lamps are easy to place anywhere in the home. You can create a beautiful area behind a couch or a reading area by placing a lamp next to a chair in a corner of the room. The lamps can be placed around the room so that you only need to turn on one at a time depending on where you are in the room instead of using every light in the room.

If you want to change the look of the room, you won’t have to worry about where to place to lamps because you can move them where you want. It can be a focal point in the room if you put the lamp in just the right place so that it shines on what you want everyone to see when they enter. Floor lamps come in various shapes and sizes, so it’s easy to find something that will match any room or d├ęcor of the home. If you have dark furniture, a floor lamp can create a brighter space. This can make the area welcoming instead of dark and uninviting.

The Quest for Table Lamps

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The first week of our holiday was mostly spent at home simply resting and relaxing. We spent one of the days to finding a new doona and a whole new set of bed cover. We should have done it before the winter began but we got caught up with a lot of things every weekends.

We also intended to have a browse for a table lamp for my MIL and for us too. I previously found one to my liking, thanks to the recommendation of Ate Juliana, my mentor, hehe but I wanted to make sure that we haven’t missed a good one around Australia, thus the search.

I promised my MIL that I am gonna take captures of table lamps so she could just easily choose the one she likes the most.

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These were only some of the table lamps available at the shops we went to. I feel lazy to upload some more. It would be irrelevant because when I showed all these photos to Mummy C, she told me she wants a touch lamp and all of these weren’t. I should have asked her for specifications in the first instance :D

Tips To Make Sure Your Home Is Not Targeted

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Perhaps you are interested in alarm system monitoring so you don’t have to worry about home security while you are away. You want to know that someone will get in touch with the authorities quickly in the event of an emergency. At the same time, it is even better to deter burglars so the emergency doesn’t happen in the first place. Here are a few tips to make sure your home isn’t targeted.

1. Have someone pick up your mail.

You never want your mail or your newspapers just to pile up while you’re gone. This is a sure sign that no one is home. If you can, have a neighbor, friend or family member come over and get the mail for you so that it looks like someone is home.

2. Have someone shovel your snow.

The same basic principle goes for snow in the winter. If the whole street is shoveled off except for the driveway and the sidewalk at your house, it will appear uninhabited. You want to have someone come take care of this for you, and you can also ask them to walk around in the snow near the doors so that it looks like people are going in and out.

3. Leave an upstairs light on.

People often leave a hall light on, or an outdoor light, which can be helpful. However, you are much better off to leave an upstairs light on because it then looks like someone is in the house. It will not expose people as they try to break in, but it just may keep them from risking it in the first place. You can also turn on motion-detector lights around the house so that they come on and frighten people away if they come near your doors.

4. Make sure that alarm system warnings are posted.

Putting up signs in the yard that say that your home is protected by an alarm system can often help. It is all about making possible criminals think that your home is just too large of a risk. You can also get stickers that you can put on your doors or windows. Make sure that they know you have an alarm system before they break in.

Types of Industrial Blenders

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There are blenders, and then there are blenders. Industrial strength blending equipment can mix a much larger amount of materials together than their smaller, household cousins. Commonly found in restaurants, these blenders are used to create large quantities of drinks and other types of foods at a time.

Industrial strength blenders are also used to mix chemicals, plastics, and other substances. Their powerful motors cut through liquids of any viscosity, delivering world class results each and every time. Perhaps the most common type of industrial blender is a ribbon blender, named for the way the blade twirls down the central dowel like a ribbon. This promotes good airflow around the blade, preventing clogs and keeping the machine moving at a good pace.

Another type of blender is the paddle-ribbon, which works by adding paddles to the outside of the ribbons. A double ribbon blender uses the ribbon design on two sets of blades, ensuring the mixed liquid is pushed back towards the center of the container where the discharge point is. From here, the liquid is collected into a container and sent to the next phase of manufacturing. Most industrial blenders are placed in a u-shaped shell for easy access, removal, and cleaning.

If you’re interested in obtaining a ribbon blender for use in your home or business, click here for more information and pricing options. While expensive, industrial blenders are some of the most effective tools on the market for mixing together large quantities of material.

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