Published at Monday, May 18th 2020, 00:34:47 AM by Lissette Boulanger. Bathroom Ideas. Getting a comfortable night's sleep during the balmy summer months can be quite the undertaking. Few things are less conducive to a good night's rest than extreme heat, and despite the abundance of gorgeous weather summer days bring, summer nights can be a trying time for sensitive sleepers. In addition to difficulty functioning, poor quality of sleep is conducive to a wide range of health and behavioral issues. Fortunately, while maintaining a high quality of sleep throughout the summer months may be challenging, it's not nearly as daunting as you may think. As you'll find, turning your bedroom into a comfortably cool summertime sleeping space is well within your abilities.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 21:01:47 PM. Bathroom Ideas By Eleonore Simonin. Using your wintertime bedding during the summer is basically asking for trouble. Whereas winter bedding is designed to retain as much heat as possible, summertime bedding is made with breathability in mind. When shopping around for the right summertime bedding, look for sheets and comforters that utilize natural fibers – i.e., cotton or bamboo – and high-tech wicking fabrics, like the ones that are used to create workout clothes. Take care to avoid high thread counts, as these can trap body heat.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 14:46:40 PM. Bathroom Ideas By Ninon Doucet. The process can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be. You want something functional, durable, and eye-catching. This article will help take the guesswork out of how to choose a ceiling fan and give you the confidence to install your new fan in the ideal location with no trouble at all.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 12:34:12 PM. Bathroom Ideas By Tallis Simon. Perhaps the most important aspect in how to choose a ceiling fan is the airflow. The efficacy rating of your fan determines the airflow and CFM (Cubic feet per minute) of the fan. A higher CFM means better airflow with reduced energy cost. Contoured and aerodynamic blades help optimize the airflow of a quality fan and are important considerations when making your ceiling fan purchase. Be sure to select the proper efficiency rating for your needs and by following these steps, you'll have the air circulating from a great-looking ceiling fan in no time.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 11:12:06 AM. Bathroom Ideas By Emeraude Costa. Most old homes aren't particularly historic. Few homes stand the test of time; most fall down or are demolished after about a century, at the point when they are no longer as functional or aesthetically pleasing as homebuyers expect. Even so, almost all older homes have features no longer built into new construction properties, and some of these features are inherently valuable due to the character they impart. In general, the older the home, the more of these features will be present.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 09:37:48 AM. Bathroom Ideas By Angelette Lavergne. Find a fan that is not only functional but fits your room. For smaller rooms, choosing a fan that measures less than 29 inches in diameter up to 39 inches will help avoid an overcrowded appearance in the room's decor while adequately improving the airflow. Larger rooms (bedroom, living room, kitchen) require larger fans, typically between 42 and 56 inches.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 08:32:34 AM. Bathroom Ideas By Moreen Picot. How you mount the fan depends on the room. If the room has a low ceiling, mounting it close to the ceiling or totally flush with the ceiling is your best bet. For rooms with high ceilings, mounting extension rods may be required.
Published at Monday, January 06th 2020, 05:20:27 AM. Bathroom Ideas By Fifine Renaud. However, that doesn't mean that homeowners should be resigned to living in any outdated space they purchase. As long as a property isn't protected as historic, homeowners are and should be allowed to make whatever changes they feel necessary to make their homes feel comfortable, functional and valuable. But — how can homeowners balance the drive to make their homes look and feel up-to-date with the charm and character that inherently comes from an older property?