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One of the things that you likely put in your pool to keep it clean is chlorine. However, this chemical can cause skin irritations, make the eyes red and is harmful to the environment if it gets on the ground. There are several alternatives to chlorine that are safer for both the family and the environment while still giving you the clear pool that you desire.

 

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Buying or building a new home can be an exciting process. Not only does it often offer a fresh start and a new chapter in your life, but it can be a fun one at that. From start to finish, you get to create a home that you love – regardless of what that means to you. But, when you’re looking to do that with a modern touch, you may find that things just aren’t coming together as well as they should be. So what’s going wrong? Well, you may find that when you’re putting together your modern home, there are things that you’re not doing to make it work. So, be sure to follow these steps to get it right.

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It’s certainly no surprise that a lot of people are becoming increasingly concerned about their homes on an environmental level. It’s impossible to deny that climate change is having a very real impact on the world and the vast majority of people, very understandably, want to try and do everything that they can in order to make their homes more sustainable. However, for a lot of people, they assume that doing so is going to be incredibly difficult or expensive. While it’s true that some methods of making your home greener are more expensive than others, there are enough methods that almost anyone can try at least some of them in order to lessen their environmental impact. With that in mind, here are a few ways that both you and your home can go green.

 

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If you’re lucky enough to have a spare room in your home, you may already have a million ideas of what to do with it. A spare room is a luxury in a house where space has been, shall we say, limited. Whether your lifestyle has changed, or someone has flown the nest, you might not even know where to begin to get your room into shape. Let’s have a look at the practicalities first. If you’ve got a revolving door of people coming back and forth, you may want to make it a guest room, and just have a bed and a chair as well as a mirror so your guest can have their own space. You could make the most of the couch surfing websites in this way and make a bit of money from your spare room! But if you aren’t the nesting type, and you’ve got a house to yourself, the options are endless! Here’s what I recommend when people ask me what sort of room to create.

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