Purchasing A New Tank? How To Properly Cycle Your Tank Before Adding Fish

Posted on: 14 October 2016
A great deal of people, especially those new to the fish keeping hobby, believe that it's perfectly fine to add a large number of fish to an aquarium after it's been set up a day or so. However, this is not the case at all. If you don't want to kill a slew of fish because of a condition called "new tank syndrome," you have to cycle your tank. The cycling process can take up to 2 months.
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Three Things To Consider As You Select LED Lights For Your Backyard

Posted on: 19 September 2016
Adding lighting to your outdoor space can help to make it more enjoyable year-round. You won't have to worry about low visibility in the evening hours anymore if you install outdoor LED lights to accent your landscape. Before you choose any lighting fixtures, though, you should know how to find the right ones. Here are a few features you need to evaluate. Look For Some Key Safety Features Any lights you install in your yard need to be safe.
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Answers to Your Questions on Reverse-Osmosis Filtration

Posted on: 23 August 2016
Reverse-osmosis systems purify the water in your home by forcing the water through a semi-permeable membrane that removes even the smallest of impurities. This results in pure, great-tasting water. Most systems are for the whole house, although there are reverse-osmosis systems designed for use on single taps. If you are considering water purification, the following guide can help you better understand how this system works. Are there multiple filters in a reverse-osmosis system?
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Use Christmas Lights, Foam Bowls, and Other Supplies to Create Decorative Centerpieces

Posted on: 27 July 2016
If you are going to be hosting a barbecue for several hours outside on your home's property for you and some of your co-workers, add allure to your patio and increase lighting with some homemade centerpieces. The following instructions will teach you how to make these unique decorations that can be displayed across tabletops or placed on any other flat surface. Materials strings of Christmas lights (battery operated) foam bowls staples staple gun artificial flowers and foliage scissors glue sticks glue gun balloons (translucent or light colors) light sticks batteries Add Lights, Flowers, and Foliage to the Base of Each Centerpiece
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