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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

Terraced houses are housing units that are terraced together. They are normally very similar to their neighbours and it can look as if they are tiled in a row. You'll know that you're looking at terrace houses when you see a whole row of identical looking homes on one street.

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

Semi-detached homes are essentially homes that are connected to another home unit only on one side. There are some pretty interesting architectural solutions for semi-detached houses, including splitting a typical house building right down the half to yield 2 separate homes.

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

I would think that the homes would depending on where in the world you're looking for homes that come from this era. In general, I think there was a certain fashion for using brick, but there will always be exceptions. As  what the other poster has said, it does depend on a lot on the … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered

If you are asking about a cup, then storing hot liquids in styrofoam cups would let them retain their heat longer. This is opposed to the ever-contradicting metal which many think is the material that lets liquids retain their heat the most. However, that is not the case. I have tested it myself and the … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Renee Perez's question

I assume you are talking about storing in plastic and glass products that can withstand a high level of heat. If yes, then plastic would allow liquids to retain their heat much longer. This is because plastic is an insulator, meaning that it does not absorb heat. However, glass does absorb some of the heat … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered

I have always thought that storing alcohol in plastic containers might have some kind of a reaction which would make the content inedible. However, after this clarification, it would be really handy should we have any leftovers after an occasion. We used to dispose off any leftover alcohol because glass containers are just too dangerous … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

It is interesting to learn of new things every single day. I have only seen 2 stacks of cars being transported but on land, on the road, perhaps from a storage facility to a dealership. However, I have never thought of how they might be stacked when on ships. I guess it is the same … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Joy Twain's question

A home needs a heart and the people that lives in it give it that! It's what people do to personalise their bedrooms and the pictures they hang up in the living room and the little eccentricities that differentiate one property from another. That's the soul of a home.

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Cameron Robertson answered

A house is generally an asset. The mortgage associated with the house goes under the liabilities. You need to make sure that your home is also in good condition and that it is properly maintained. It's a good idea to get your house valued regularly if you're intending to sell it anytime soon.

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Cameron Robertson answered Jann Nikka's question

I find it hard to believe that the house and the car would be in different states of cleanliness but then again a car is a more personal place in comparison to a home where the whole family shares a living space. Very possible that a messy person owns a car that's short of trashed … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

I think like the definition implies, the houses are mostly detached except for one point or location where they actually are linked. It is probably not the main walls of the home, probably an external garage that shares a point on the perimeter of the property. Best to look at examples on Google images to … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered

I think that it's the people and the experiences as much as the things that go into a building that transforms the place. There has to be a feeling associated with a home - a sense of belonging and familiarity and that takes time and effort to create. It's the emotions that are vested into … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

Thanks for all the replies here guys. I haven't needed to show my working for conversions of the figures for a LONG time! These days you can actually just type the numbers you need converted into your search bar and Google will calculate it for you AND get you the link to a site that … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

I should think that you can use a storage bench for cleaning items and all that if you don't have a broom closet for the cleaners. I don't foresee any of your customers using it in the changing room since it's hardly going to be very secure in there along with everyone else's things. Best … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Anonymous' question

I really think that the question answers itself. Whether it's a facility for storage or for production and manufacturing, keeping it in order and with a system that helps things to work in a smooth and organized manner is really going to help your employees do their daily tasks more efficiently. And efficiency is going … Read more

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Cameron Robertson answered Sarah George's question

Storage heaters are more economical if you require a heating system for the whole house. However, they take a much longer time to heat up so it is best to turn them on a few hours before you take a shower. You need to make your own prior calculations depending on your usage timings.