Monthly Archives: June 2009

New Builds And The Young Professional

If you’ve bought or are renting a newly built apartment, it’s quite possible that you and everyone else in your building are out at work all day. Which means that the entire building might be unoccupied during the day. (Unless

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Rebated Doors

The “French” doors you usually find in the UK are not French at all, as you’d probably expect. As you close proper French double doors they fit together by one door having a rounded edge profile and the other door

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There Are No National Locksmith Companies

Or, Avoiding Being Ripped Off, Part 2 If you look in the Yellow Pages (and in other places) for a locksmith (or plumber, etc.) you will find a whole bunch of large adverts at the front of the section. These

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Electric Releases

If you’re thinking of putting an electric release on your own front door, think about its strength. If you’re thinking of putting an electric release on a communal front door, think about its reliability. The electrics can either be in

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