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Small Victorian Glass Greenhouse w/Accessories

Small Victorian Glass Greenhouse w/Accessories

The Victorian Glass Greenhouse is a first-class quality greenhouse environment. It also adds significant old fashion English style and beauty to your backyard or garden. This is a classic English greenhouse design with an improved internal growing environment. Features: -7’9″” wide x 10’2″” long x 8’6″” high -79 square feet -Uses only single sheets of glass, instead of the more common overlapping smaller sections -4 mm tempered glass -substantial rubber seals are used for better insulation -Includes gutters with down spouts -6″” high foundation frame is included -2 roof windows -Includes a misting system (customer has to provide a hose to connect to faucet) -One sliding door – can be put in any vertical glass location (front, back or sides) -Overall Dimensions: 102″” H x 122″” W x 93″” D -May purchase additional accessories kit Accessory Kit Features: -One 4″” deep x 20″” wide planting self, -One 4.5″” wide top shelf -2 inside shade cloths (with pull rods) -One extra Automatic Window Opener Manufacturer’s Warranty Janssens of Belgium gives a 10 year warranty on construction faults and materials and is a certified member of the NFVC (National Federation of Veranda Constructors) Helpful Greenhouse Advice About the Manufacturer With more than 57 years of experience, Janssens is one of Belgium’s leading veranda constructors. The company produces mid and top range high-quality verandas, orangeries and summer houses. The essence of the activities is aluminium construction with thermal insulation. Their own profile series is characterized by remarkable stability and insulating values and allows the creative team to construct a veranda that meets the customer’s specific requirements and budget. All Janssens verandas are modern designs in terms of technology, design and functionality and are a major and lasting added value for any house!””

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Solar Panels: There is a Better Way

There is no question that solar panels are a terrific way to cut energy costs, reduce your carbon emissions and make you more self-sufficient. There can be no argument about that.

These magical devices harness the energy of the sun and convert it to another type of energy. Generally the power that results can be used to heat your home, for example, or to power anything from your electric shaver to your computer.

As a result, solar panels are now becoming extremely popular in urban areas, where alternative energy advocates and lawmakers are creating incentives for this friendly and quiet alternative energy source.

The state of Colorado, for example, has been offering huge rebates on the up-front cost to acquire and install a residential solar power system.

Solar panels have other advantages. They normally are maintenance free, for one thing, and many manufacturers will guarantee electrical output for as long as 20 years.

Plus, after the panels are installed, any excess energy from the system – that is, energy left over after all of your needs have been met – can be diverted for use on the grid, where it is bought back by the electrical power company.

Which means there may be times when you are actually making income from your panels.

You’ll have to be patient, however.

With rebates factored into the initial cost, it generally will take from 17 to 24 years to get back the initial expense, at which time you will essentially be generating power from the sun at no cost.

And there are other factors – maybe I should say “little known” factors – about solar panels that may make them less than desirable for some folks.

One such factor is that solar panels actually may initially contribute to greenhouse emissions.

How so?

Well, it takes power to manufacture a solar panel. And the energy that requires very often is fossil-based and front-end loaded. So there is a time during which a solar panel actually adds to carbon emissions rather than detracting from them.

Until such time as a solar panel has produced energy equivalent to the energy used to manufacture it (its fossil-emission payback period) it in effect contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. This fossil-emission payback period is generally considered to be five to 10 years.

And although manufacturers will focus on the magic behind this environmentally friendly power source and why it’s sensible to buy your solar panels now, you should be aware that having your own home energy system installed can be quite an expensive proposition – ranging into the thousands of dollars.

But there is a better way. Cheaper by far. Just as efficient. And ultimately far more satisfying.

Dave Tishendorf
http://www.articlesbase.com/home-improvement-articles/solar-panels-there-is-a-better-way-744960.html

Peerless ACC550 Unistrut Adapter for Truss Ceiling

Peerless ACC550 Unistrut Adapter for Truss Ceiling

Peerless ACC550 Unistrut Adapter for Truss Ceiling.This product is special order therefore no cancellations or returns will be accepted Features: Maximum weight capacity 250 lbs (NOTE: Applies to weight of all attached hardware and components) Black Fused Epoxy finish Material: Cold Rolled Steel..

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DeWalt Men’s 6″ ‘Truss’ Work Boot – Brown

DeWalt Men's 6

BootBarn.com has the best selection of boots on the Internet with Guaranteed Lowest Prices: Western Boots, Motorcycle, Work, Fashion Boots and Much More. BootBarn.com has all the Top Brands in Ladies Boots & Shoes: Justin, Ariat, Oak Tree Farms, Harley Davidson, Chippewa, Caterpillar, Frye, Durango, Dickies, Georgia, Laredo, Tony Lama, Lucchese, Dr. Martens, Roper, UGG, Dan Post, Dingo, & Many More Top Brands.

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Truss Chair in Aqua – Lumisource – QK-TRUSS-AQ

Truss Chair in Aqua - Lumisource - QK-TRUSS-AQ

The laser-cut design adds a unique yet retro flair to this fully stackable chair. QK-TRUSS-AQ Features: A true spectacle of modern engineering Thin polished chrome legs complete the design Recommended for indoor use only Available in Aqua and White Material: plastic, chrome Finish:Aqua Dimensions:20.5″(L) x 24″(W) x 31″(H)

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Truss Chair in Aqua – Lumisource – QK-TRUSS-AQ

Truss Chair in Aqua - Lumisource - QK-TRUSS-AQ

The laser-cut design adds a unique yet retro flair to this fully stackable chair. QK-TRUSS-AQ Features: A true spectacle of modern engineering Thin polished chrome legs complete the design Recommended for indoor use only Available in Aqua and White Material: plastic, chrome Finish:Aqua Dimensions:20.5″(L) x 24″(W) x 31″(H)

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Golden Crown Truss — 1 Each — LUM527DL

Golden Crown Truss -- 1 Each -- LUM527DL

Golden Crown Truss Dbl Lg. Patented, form-fitting support for reducible inguinal hernias. Provides gentle 3-way suspension that can be worn day and night. Features 3-ply perforated foam material with tricot inner lining and preshrunk, padded, gray fabric leg straps. Completely washable.. SizeTypeA~Hip size^SizeA~42 – 45^StyleA~Double^Size SML~Large^

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Golden Crown Truss — 1 Each — LUM527DL

Golden Crown Truss -- 1 Each -- LUM527DL

Golden Crown Truss Dbl Lg. Patented, form-fitting support for reducible inguinal hernias. Provides gentle 3-way suspension that can be worn day and night. Features 3-ply perforated foam material with tricot inner lining and preshrunk, padded, gray fabric leg straps. Completely washable.. SizeTypeA~Hip size^SizeA~42 – 45^StyleA~Double^Size SML~Large^

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Solar Panels: There is a Better Way

There is no question that solar panels are a terrific way to cut energy costs, reduce your carbon emissions and make you more self-sufficient. There can be no argument about that.

These magical devices harness the energy of the sun and convert it to another type of energy. Generally the power that results can be used to heat your home, for example, or to power anything from your electric shaver to your computer.

As a result, solar panels are now becoming extremely popular in urban areas, where alternative energy advocates and lawmakers are creating incentives for this friendly and quiet alternative energy source.

The state of Colorado, for example, has been offering huge rebates on the up-front cost to acquire and install a residential solar power system.

Solar panels have other advantages. They normally are maintenance free, for one thing, and many manufacturers will guarantee electrical output for as long as 20 years.

Plus, after the panels are installed, any excess energy from the system – that is, energy left over after all of your needs have been met – can be diverted for use on the grid, where it is bought back by the electrical power company.

Which means there may be times when you are actually making income from your panels.

You’ll have to be patient, however.

With rebates factored into the initial cost, it generally will take from 17 to 24 years to get back the initial expense, at which time you will essentially be generating power from the sun at no cost.

And there are other factors – maybe I should say “little known” factors – about solar panels that may make them less than desirable for some folks.

One such factor is that solar panels actually may initially contribute to greenhouse emissions.

How so?

Well, it takes power to manufacture a solar panel. And the energy that requires very often is fossil-based and front-end loaded. So there is a time during which a solar panel actually adds to carbon emissions rather than detracting from them.

Until such time as a solar panel has produced energy equivalent to the energy used to manufacture it (its fossil-emission payback period) it in effect contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. This fossil-emission payback period is generally considered to be five to 10 years.

And although manufacturers will focus on the magic behind this environmentally friendly power source and why it’s sensible to buy your solar panels now, you should be aware that having your own home energy system installed can be quite an expensive proposition – ranging into the thousands of dollars.

But there is a better way. Cheaper by far. Just as efficient. And ultimately far more satisfying.

Dave Tishendorf
http://www.articlesbase.com/home-improvement-articles/solar-panels-there-is-a-better-way-744960.html

Solar Power

With the economic crisis the world is facing right now, more and more people are turning to solar power for electricity. The reason for this is that you can save tons of money on your energy costs. Some people are even able to disconnect from their power companies and be completely energy independent.

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This is done by installing solar power energy panels on to your home. You do not have to pay a professional thousands of dollars to come out and install solar panels for you. You can do it yourself. Find a book that has detailed instructions on how to install your own solar panels. I prefer one with diagram illustrations so that it is easier to comprehend. All of the supplies you need can be found at your local home improvement store for just a couple hundred bucks. Your solar panels will quickly pay for themselves with the amount you save on electricity.

Once you have everything you need, putting it together and installing it is a simple process that can be done in just one weekend. Your home will be more energy efficient and you will be amazed at the tiny utility bills that you will start getting each month. Or, if you prefer, you can install enough solar power in your home that you no longer have to pay for electricity at all!

Not only will you be saving money, but because solar power is made from renewable energy sources (the sun), you will also be helping to save the environment. The energy that your utility company is currently using to power your home is quickly depleting our non-renewable resources. Using solar energy will help to conserve these.

Think about it. If half the people on earth that depend on the power company were to switch to their own home solar powerred system what a better situation we would all be in right now. With the recent financial crisis in America we all need to think about the coming years and how to become more self-sustainable than ever before. We need to stop polluting around the world. I strongly believe solar is weighing heavy in the start of a free energy and almost non-toxic way of living. There are of course many more ways we need to improve as humans here on earth. Our energy demands are definetly on the Top 10 list of ways to improve on.

Save the earth and your pocketbook with just a couple hundred dollars and one little trip to the home improvement store! You will be glad once you are finished and bragging to your friends and family about actually doing something to help, being part of the solution. It won’t take you long either with this guide that I used to make my own solar power sysytem. All the information is included so I didn’t have to further research any of the process from buying to building to self powerring my entire house. Good luck buiding your own home solar power system.

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Shaun Bradley
http://www.articlesbase.com/home-improvement-articles/solar-power-746287.html