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What to consider when choosing the color of your Pool
When you are considering about the color of pool water, what do you see? There's more that goes into your pool color than the plaster. Here are some things to consider.
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Writing a business plan is a big task, and no two business plans are alike. The following key elements will describe in detail the seven essential sections of a winning business plan. A good business plan is never meant to be written once. And remember you do not have to go through it alone. Bring your plan to lunch with a mentor or colleague. Ask questions and present data accurately. Once you start this process you will find yourself looking forward to reviewing and updating your plan.Infographic by The Business Plan Writers
- The Future Is Green, The Future Is Prefabricated
When many people in Britain think of prefabricated homes, they think of the ones built to ease the post second world war housing shortage. Today, Britain finds itself in the middle of another housing crisis and will once again look at prefabricated housing to come to the rescue, with the UK Government set to make these homes a key plank of their plan to hit 2020 housing targets.Prefabricated housing has moved on immeasurably since those early post war days. They are no longer considered boring, low quality blocks, instead they are innovative, flexible, beautiful and of course environmentally friendly.As this new wave of prefabricated housing is set to hit the UK, here at RubberBond we thought it would be a good time to salute the architects and designers at the forefront of modular buildings.
- How to Create Engaging Presentations
The biggest concern presentation designers constantly need to overcome is creating something that is both educational and entertaining – a difficult balancing act to perform while still delivering the message! Keeping the audience engaged throughout the duration of the talk, be it for conference presentations or sales deck pitches, is an ongoing challenge no matter how experienced you may be, as audience expectations are always changing.So how can you keep them focused on the subject to create a memorable presentation that will stay with them long after it has ended? A lot of this is based on the design, and how you utilize great design to keep your audience hooked on your presentation. Presentation design is often an oversight when it comes to not only conferences but almost all presentations, while most companies place the importance on the person delivering the presentation instead. But yet, without a PowerPoint that follows and supports what they say, it’s likely all of the script writing and hours put into practicing will be wasted as your audience drift into a gaze thanks to boring graphics and poor colour choices. This infographic explores some of the most important things to use while designing a conference presentation.Source: Conference Presentations
- What Animal Is In My Attic?
Do you hear noises in your attic? Scratching, thumping, and scurrying about? Do you want to get rid of the critters safely and effectively? Are you worried about what kind of damage the animal might cause? First you’ll need to know what kind of animal is living in your attic. Each animal is very different, and requires a different approach to removal. This guide will help you identify what kind of animal is living in your attic.Source: Animals in the Attic
- 8 Ways Event Technology Could Shape the Future of Events
The world has seen our fair share of technologies come and go in the event sector. Most have been mediocre, however with the surge in technology advancements in recent years we’re excited to see the future of event tech and where it can take us.This infographic compiles some of the most exciting technologies and how they could shape the future of event technology. Countless event companies across the globe, have been utilising several of these to get great results while some of them are simply there for inspiration.Regardless of their commercial ROI, these are certainly exciting uses for technology that really might become common place in events across the world.Source: Event Technology Company
- Step by Step Guide on How to Paint Like a Professional
done, when, and how. Any seasoned painter will tell you that preparation is more crucial than every other detail of the job. If you get your preparation right, everything else will just fall in line.To start with, always inspect the surface to be painted. Look out for cracks, flaking or peeling, and get the area sanded or scraped to smoothen it. Where necessary, you should even consider washing the wall to get rid of tough stains.Next would be to ensure you have all the necessary painting tools. Roller covers, brushes, painter’s tape, sprayer, you name it. Borrow, hire, or purchase your own from reputable dealers in the area. The last thing you need is for your painting job to be affected halfway through the project due to lack of equipment.For the roller covers, you should know that they are available in different nap sizes. Whichever size you pick depends more on the surface texture. More texture on the walls would require a thicker nap on the roller cover for it to reach into crevices and cover a larger area. Plus, longer naps hold more paint.While on equipment, you should look for an expert who is able to provide you with an estimate of how much paint will be required to complete the task, so that you can purchase it all at once, and score some major discounts. Plus, it is also convenient to mix all the paint at once and use it for the entire project, rather than having to stop and mix new paint occasionally.Still on preparation, cover the areas and things you don’t want to be painted. From furniture, floors, doorknobs, and other hardware. Light switches and outlet covers are to be removed if you don’t want them to be stained or glued to the wall by paint.Now, once you have ascertained everything is available, wait for a dry weather to start painting. This is mainly because the paint will dry faster during this period. However, if you can’t wait or you happen to live in an area where the weather is mostly humid, take advantage of the slow drying to undo any errors.Always use a separate primer if you are working on a rugged surface, or an area that was last painted more than 8 years ago. The paint-and-primer combination is only ideal for clean and smooth surfaces that happen to get a painting retouch occasionally.While painting, let the roller do its work. If you picked the right roller cover, there would be no need to apply too much pressure. What you should be more concerned about is finding an extension pole that can reach those high regions using very little effort.Lastly, always paint from the top to bottom so that you can roll over any drips or spatters, thus saving you the hassle of repainting. It is a great practice that has enabled professional painters like us to build remarkable reputations. We are revered by residents and businesses a like for our quality painting services Cape Town wide. We could also help with your interior décor, wood varnishing, roof painting, floor painting, or redecoration if you contacted us on 087 550 2598. Our qualified and highly experienced painters are readily available to meet your painting needs. Check out our website at http://www.capetown-painters.com/ for more information.