Understanding The Difference Between Monocrystalline And Polycrystalline Solar Panels

Posted on: 28 March 2017

If you have a cabin and want to supply it with efficient power, then it may be in your best interest to purchase and install a solar panel kit. If you look at these kits, then you may notice that there are a wide variety of different types of solar panels that you can purchase. Two of these panel types have very similar names—monocrystalline and polycrystalline. Keep reading to learn a little about these panels so you can better decide which ones are best for you.
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How to Safely Use a Propane Firepit

Posted on: 27 March 2017

Given the low cost of propane, it is a suitable fuel for a fire pit. Fire pits are a great addition to a home that is located in a climate that gets very cold in the winter because the fire pit allows you to enjoy the outdoors all year round. However, when you are using propane to fuel your fire pit, the presence of the propane means that you will need to be even more cautious around your fire pit.
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What Can I NOT Put In A Dumpster?

Posted on: 1 March 2017

When it comes to cleaning out your home, having access to a dumpster can be beneficial. Since you probably won't be able to fit all of the trash produced by a major cleanout into your city-issued trash container, renting a dumpster allows you to easily get rid of a large volume of unwanted items in a single trip. While you might think that a dumpster serves as a catch-all for your unwanted items, there are certain things that cannot go into a dumpster.
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Three Safe Lead Products And How They Can Be Recycled When You Are Finished With Them

Posted on: 12 May 2016

Lead is a controversial element because its properties make it such an ideal, anti-corrosive material to work with on the one hand, but it's a known carcinogen on the other. However, there are many lead products that are safe for you to use. When you have finished using the following lead products, there are also ways in which you can recycle them to keep the environment safe too. Batteries Car batteries and some batteries used for powering your favorite electronic devices are all filled with lead (in some form or other).
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