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Shipping Container Home

Container Home Build & Design

When building a Container Home from a shipping container there are many things you must consider. Safety first, you’re probably going to have friends and family living in your container. This professional container builder has 14 years experience, he reveals his secrets and teaches you:
-How to build a beautifully designed home using shipping containers.
-What costly mistakes you must avoid so your project doesn’t collapse like a house of cards!
-The fastest way to get your project complete and livable.
-Where money can be saved and where you need to invest those savings for the best results.
-The cheapest way to build a container home from start to finish.
The many benefits of Container Homes, about 5 years ago the interest in shipping container homes sky rocketed. This is because people a realizing the huge benefits to this method:
-Afford-ability. Building a container home is extremely cost effective. If you’ve already looked into the cost of new or second hand container you obviously know what I mean.
-Design. You can easily modify shipping container to create a modern sleek look.
-Strength. Shipping containers are build extremely strong with few weak points making them a great starting point.
-Time. Because the majority of the home is already built you can have a complete home built in record time.
-Unique. Even though container homes are on the rise they are still unique and will stand out from every other home.
-Green. Recycling an old shipping container and using it to build with is a great green idea and many other will see the important example you’re setting. Here is a simple DIY guide to building a Container Home

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WADE Ceramics EST. 1810

If your admiring a decanter more than likely it was made at WADE Ceramics LTD. Wade’s heritage unites the best of British workmanship with contemporary and innovative style shown in our premium quality products.

Edward Duke, Chairman, and Paul Farmer, Managing Director, are the strategic leaders of the Wade team and their philosophy is that people are key to a thriving business and the clay that holds Wade together. Attention to the well-being of our staff, training and effective communication are vital to a happy environment and the continued success of Wade.

Wade use the skills of an experienced team to select the best ceramic processes and materials to ensure we always meet the requirements of our customers. We employ a number of traditional processes such as slip casting, plastic clay pressing and extrusion as well as pressure casting techniques to ensure dimensional accuracy and quality replication of products. We use glaze, underglaze/enamel colour and print to decorate and finish the pieces.

State-Of-The-Art Factory Machinery, our vision of a new factory equipped with the most advanced, fully automated plant and machinery for ceramic hollowware production came to fruition in 2010 when it was officially opened by the Duke of Kent. We work hard to constantly keep abreast of developments and invest in proven technology to stay ahead of competitors.

Wade is conscious of its environmental responsibilities and strives to improve green credentials by utilising waste heat from kilns to dry out products. Waste water is recycled through an effluent treatment plant, reused to clean machinery. Excess clay is salvaged and any broken product, biscuit or glaze is ground to dust by a local manufacturer to be remade into tiles. For more info visit www.wade.co.uk

WADE Ceramics, Chivas Royal Salute Scotch Whisky Bottles
WADE Ceramics, Chivas Royal Salute Scotch Whisky Bottles
WADE Ceramics Fish
WADE Ceramics Fish
WADE  Ceramics Tullamore Dew
WADE Ceramics Tullamore Dew

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View Tainer The Perfect Container

VIEWTAINER, it truly is the perfect container.

You can see into it, so no more wondering what you put in there. Use one hand, squeeze it and the top opens to put items inside, or squeeze it to empty contents. I am addicted to VIEWTAINER, I use VIEWTAINER to organize things at work, in my garage, all over the house and I use one for change in my car. There are thousands of uses for VIEWTAINER and it’s made in the U.S.A. Finally, I am organized!

Sizes and colors, I would love to list them but there are too many to list, plus they have specialty sizes so this blog would be too long, go to their website www.viewtainer.com to see more.

Finally The Perfect Container!

VIEWTAINER Front View
VIEWTAINER Front View
VIEWTAINER
VIEWTAINER
VIEWTAINER
VIEWTAINER

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StoreVino Wine Rack Review

I have/drink a lot of wine, not a day goes by that I don’t buy a bottle, receive bottle or take a bottle to a dinner or party. STOREVINO Nero is my new best friend. This simple solution, keeps all my wine organized in one place and I can add to it as my wine collection grows.

STORVINO Nero was described to me as legos for adults. A wine storage solution that can be put anywhere, under your kitchen counter, in a closet, garage or stacked in a room. Each plastic crate holds six bottles, it can be put upright for transferring bottles or on it’s side and stacked. You can stack them 10 high and as wide as you want. To stabilize each one is connected to another using a wine cork (photo below). Made in the USA using 100% recycled material. The size 10.25” H x 11.75” W x 8” D and weights 2.6 lbs. and the cost is around $20 each. For transporting wine the handles on either side make it easy.

The STOREVINO Nero modular system is so clever I keep asking myself why didn’t I think of that!

Wine Storage Solution
Wine Storage Solution
Storvino Cork Connector for Connectiong One STORVINO to another
Storvino Cork Connector for Connectiong One STORVINO to another

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