Tauqeer Ul Hassan

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Guide to Building a Bar

26th March 2010
It is an easy task to build a bar. Building a bar in a home is a wonderful idea and it can be simple like designating a kitchen cupboard as a liquor cabinet or it can also be more broad such as building a wet bar in the basement which contains all the ame... Read >

Building a Water Wheel Pump

26th March 2010
Water wheel was an invention of ancient times and it has been used through ages not only for pumping water but also for producing water to grind grain and cut wood. Water wheel pumps are usually used for providing water in areas where the availability of ... Read >

Steps to Building An Igloo

18th March 2010
There are various kinds of inhabitations that one can build on snow and they are popularly called igloo. It is however a common perception that everyone has is that an igloo is a dome shaped structure built from snow more particularly snow blocks. In the ... Read >

Building a Wooden Go-Kart

17th March 2010
A wooden go-kart is a vehicle that is not self-propelled. It is also called go-cart or simply cart. A go-kart has to be pushed forward and the steering mechanism is more than simple, either the driver uses his feet for steering the vehicle or the front ax... Read >

Different Types of Catering Service

05th March 2010
Catering service is not limited to some dinner parties. But it involves all sorts of gathering which require food and cooking such as business meetings sometimes ask for lunch breaks, family events where your oven can not handle the number of persons and ... Read >

How and Why Fluid Builds up in the Lungs

26th February 2010
Human lungs are two large organs like a balloon inside the chest cavity located behind the heart and the upper part of the stomach. The lungs and the body's circulatory system helps in distributed to the internal organs and carbon dioxide push out from th... Read >

Why Do Cats Knead and Sneeze?

18th February 2010
Cats are like family, they have been seen massaging people, crying like babies, sneezing like mom and kneading. Cats have done a lot of things that no ordinary pets can do. Cats have been seen sneezing but when it comes to kneading, one wonders what it ac... Read >

Why Do Dogs Shake and Shiver?

18th February 2010
Dogs shake and shiver but there is not a big difference between them. A shaking dog can mean more than pain or minor irritation and a shivering dog evidently feels cold. While a shaking dog may tremble from too much weight and fun but in most situations, ... Read >

Why Do Dogs Howl and Hump?

18th February 2010
It is common to observe that dogs howl and hump, one would definitely think why they do that. Some people think that a howling dog indicates death and destruction although people with creative opinion are of a view that a howl inspires artistic excellence... Read >

Self-Parking Cars An Unparalleled Option

15th February 2010
The most experienced urban driver of all can even have difficulty in parallel parking. It can take a lot of careful maneuvering for parking a car in a squeezing way into a tiny space while the traffic is tied-up. It is not unfortunate that a self-parki... Read >

Plumbing Guide - Fitting a Bidet and An Outside Tap

09th February 2010
Over-rim supply bidets are really only low-level wash basins and they are plum¬bed in exactly the same way. In most cases, this means taking branch pipes from the pipes which supply the other pieces of bathroom equipment. If the pipes are 22mm, use 22mm ... Read >

Types of Chisel Used in Woodworking

08th February 2010
The bevel-edge chisel is the most common type of chisel. As its name suggests, its upper edges are bevelled (have sloping sides) so that it can undercut or cut side¬ways into the corner of an acute angle. The paring chisel has a long thin blade which is ... Read >

Installing a New Damp-Proof Course ? Putting in a Physical Barrier

08th February 2010
There are essentially two ways of introdu¬cing a new damp-proof course into an existing wall, but only one of these methods - inserting a new physical mem¬brane DPC into the wall is certain to cure rising damp in all circumstances. This is often referre... Read >

Suspended Timber Floors

05th February 2010
The majority of older houses in Britain have suspended timber floors (also known as hollow floors) in the ground-floor rooms. However, during and after the Second World War, timber became scarce and restrictions were placed on its use and availability, so... Read >

Plumbing Tips - Fitting a Sink or Basin

02nd February 2010
Before starling work on the sink or basin, turn off the water and drain the system as necessary. If you are replacing an old sink or basin with a new one, it is usually much easier to saw off the old supply and waste pipes and the screws securing the f... Read >
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