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Installing Bike Hooks for Vertical Storage :We show you how to install and hang bikes from ceiling of your home, cellar, or garage using rubber coated hooks in ...

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Installing Bike Hooks for Vertical Storage :We show you how to install and hang bikes from ceiling of your home, cellar, or garage using rubber coated hooks in ...

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Best Garage Bike rack I have found to date

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This Bike rack works great, is easy to build, and only costs around $20.

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How To: Get Your Kids Organized For Summer Camp

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My girls are heading back to their favorite sleepaway camp again this summer and they could not be more excited! Their time at camp is full of adventures and new experiences which they will remember forever. My husband and I are of course already missing them and I don’t know if we will make it through the summer with them gone (it will be so quiet around here) so we have already come up with an organized plan for letter writing to keep us busy! And I am throwing my energy in the next few weeks into summer camp packing...

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What You Need to Know About Commercial Painting

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It is important that you understand the dynamics of commercial painting before you hire a professional for your project. It can be a bit difficult for most people to differentiate between a commercial and a residential painter. Considering that they both offer similar services but with some variations, it is important that you get to tell the differences between the two so that you can find the right one for your project. For instance, commercial painting fanatics can take both commercial and residential projects. Here are a few things you should know about commercial painting. Commercial Painters Deal with Large...

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Graya Constructions’ Andrew Gray’s stunning new home

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After a decade of building homes for other people, Andrew Gray of Graya Construction built his own forever home high on a hill in the inner Brisbane suburb of Paddington recently and it’s a beauty. While resale was considered, the tri-level home is anything but ordinary with neutral feature brick, timber, concrete and natural stone combining for a relaxed, urban vacation vibe. The home features a three-story chimney. Photo: Cathy Shusler “We wanted our home to feel like a haven. We went with a light colour palette, something that was neutral and more coastal, so we could get a holiday...

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