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8 Types of Roofing to Consider For Your Next Home Improvement


A good roof can last decades, It’s an investment in your home that can increase its property value, make it more attractive, and help you improve the energy efficiency of your home by as much as 30%. But what kind of roof is best for you? Choosing a roof is a balancing act between practical needs and visual appeal. Here ...

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Choosing an Electrician for Industrial and Commercial Purposes


An industrial or commercial electrician is different from a normal electrician whom you require at home, so opting for one which is specifically an industrial electrician is saving on time and money. An industrial electrician is experienced in dealing with problems related to electricity in a commercial or industrial outlet; this is different from the electricity related problems faced at ...

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How to Make Your Home Stunning With Concrete Solutions

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Both designers and homeowners have found concrete as one of the new flooring materials. Whether you are building a new home or are renovating your old home, concreting is definitely one of the best things you can do. These floors not only create an aesthetic appeal, but also add to the overall functionality of the floors. It is not only ...

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Why Home Décor is an Important Factor for Residential Properties

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by Kyla Camille | | We all have our own personal style and décor preferences, but much should you consider when it comes to buying a home? Most of us like to decorate and display our own style statement but at the same time we may not have so much time to invest in designing and decorating our own ...

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Fifteen Cool Tips for Living in Small Spaces


By Joanna Goddard | via CupOfJo | Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves and Gardenista and her husband live together in seriously small quarters—a 240-square-foot studio, to be exact. She agreed to share her surprising tips about how to make it work (and not drive each other crazy)… 1. Maximize your windows. Drape your windows in a way that allows ...

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Romulo strongly condemns act of brutality on Pamana

Pamana perches on a tree to rest just before flying deep into the forest of Mount Hamiguitan. Photo by Eden Jhan Licayan

by Homerun Nievera | Congressman Roman Romulo, chairman of the committee on higher and technical education at the House of Representatives, strongly condemned the act of brutality on Pamana, the Philippine Eagle that was released from captivity last June 12. It was reported that Pamana was found on August 16 with a gunshot wound on its left breast and wing ...

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Romulo lauds decision of ombudsman in finding BulSU officials guilty for grave misconduct and gross neglect of duty

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by Homerun Nievera | One year after the BulSU tragedy, where a group students were swept-away by strong current while crossing Madlum river on their way to the Madlum cave, the office of the Ombudsman has dismissed from government service the president of the Bulacan State University (BulSU) and eight other university officials and teachers after finding them guilty for the ...

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When Super Dads Hang Their Capes

Super Dads: Enic (with Martine) and Albert (with Alfonso)

by Lizette Barretto-Gueco, via| What makes a Father, his children’s ultimate superhero?  Father, Papa, Dad or Daddy, these are just titles for someone who has children.  Any man can father a child and be called Daddy but it’s a diiferent brand of Daddy that can be called a Superdad with matching superpowers. It’s not in the way he talks ...

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A Peak at Lizette Gueco’s Unique Hobby of Collecting Tea Cups

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by Lizette Barretto-Gueco, via | Since I was a young child, I have been a collector of one thing or another.  I guess, “hoarder,” in a milder sense of the word is apt to describe me. (Maybe collectors are really just glorified hoarders.) From Barbie dolls to buttons to coins and stamps and anything with a sunflower on it, ...

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Revisiting That Trip to Casa San Pablo


by Homerun Nievera, | What an excuse to get away. It was the summer of 2010 and Manila’s team went on a team-building activity in Casa San Pablo, San Pablo City in Laguna. I took my Sweetie along for the trip. Well, I needed help in case the kids (the Friendster team, that is) went rowdy and needed a ...

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