Two Fun Projects For Re-Using Aluminum Cans

Posted on: 28 June 2015
Aluminum is a popular metal that's widely used for consumer products and more. If you're looking for a way to recycle more aluminum, there are many options. Your local neighborhood may have a scrap metal recycling center that will pick up aluminum. Sometimes, they even pay for it. But, if you want to make something useful from your aluminum cans, here's a look at two fun projects you can consider this weekend.
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Optimizing Your Solar Panel Installation

Posted on: 28 May 2015
While it's possible for virtually any house to benefit from solar panels, the right installation can make a huge difference in how much power they generate. While some of the factors affecting power generation are beyond a homeowner's control, there are several factors which you have complete control over. Once you know what these factors are and how they affect power production, taking steps to address them will make sense on both a financial and an environmental level.
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Have A Stream Or Wetlands On Your Property? Use These Tips To Protect And Preserve The Area

Posted on: 19 April 2015
If you have a stream or wetlands on your property, you may enjoy the view but not realize that you can do something to make sure that the area is not damaged. However, there are specific steps you can take to protect and preserve the wetlands that exist. Here are some things you can do. Create a Buffer One of the best things you can do if you have a stream or wetlands near your home is create a vegetation buffer.
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4 Potential Reasons Why There Are Mice In Your Kitchen

Posted on: 31 March 2015
If you have recently come across mouse droppings, chewed-up food containers or other signs of mice in your kitchen -- or if you have seen one of these critters scurrying across your floor -- then you are probably wondering why these pests have decided to take up residence in your home. There are a few different things that can cause mice to make themselves at home in your kitchen, so make sure that you aren't making these mistakes if you want to help keep these critters at bay.
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