Monthly Archives: August 2011
The CSIRO wants to study 500 Australian homes, in brief you will; Learn to reduce your energy bills get a report on your home’s heating and cooling energy performance get a set of infrared photographs that show if you are … Continue reading
If like me you think LED lights are expensive and belong in caravans and torches, think again World’s First 60 Watt Equivalent LED Bulb for Under $15
I needed a password with eight characters – so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.’
We are lucky to have a very talented staff writer here at buildinginyourblood. I asked her to share some thoughts on her background in a building family. It didn’t start well. He didn’t love it. He didn’t even like it … Continue reading
One of the great pains in most businesses is dealing with three layers of government and “At present, a business operating in every state and territory faces a cost of more than $1000 to register a business name for three … Continue reading
Once I carried a watch, and a mobile phone. My music came on CDs at $35 a piece. In the car I had a torch and a digital camera. Stocks were checked in the newspaper and my news came through … Continue reading
There isn’t a guy called Bunnings, but there is a Jack Bowen. This old-time timber man has his head around the carbon sequestration business, which I touched on before; There are no published estimates of carbon stored in the 15 million … Continue reading
I am currently rebuilding this girls house after it was extensively fire damaged. I was very touched. Pretty sure that chimney is actually a bit straighter than that, otherwise it is as built.
Thomas Crapper, the man who popularised the flush toilet and lent his name to the slang term for toilet, would be turning in his grave at the state of US toilets and their notorious Poo lap of honour.