Why Should You Buy a Canvas Cover Over a PVC Cover for Your RV or Caravan

Posted on: 14 March 2017

It is always important to protect your caravan or RV from damage, which is why most sensible owners make sure they use a proper cover. However, not all covers are created equal, so you'll want to think long and hard about the different kinds available, and one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is whether to go for a canvas cover or one made from PVC. Though PVC covers do have their advantages, it is nevertheless the case that canvas covers are usually more advantageous, and here are just a few reasons why.
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Know Your Options for a Court Surface

Posted on: 25 January 2017

When you have a tennis court or other such court installed on your residential property or on the property of a facility you manage, you need to carefully consider your options; concrete is popular, but not the only choice you have. Note a few of those options so you know the best surface to choose for your home or sports facility. 1. Concrete As said, concrete is very popular, but note that the weight of this surface may mean that you need to treat soft soil by adding lime or clay to it, so that the soil is strong enough to hold the concrete without shifting and settling.
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Tips On Choosing The Right Snowboard For Your Needs

Posted on: 27 October 2016

If you're planning on hitting the slopes this winter on a snowboard and you're new to the sport, you might be wondering how to choose the right size board.  The staff at your local snowboard supplier will be happy to give you more advice, but in the meantime, here's a quick overview to help you start your search for the perfect board. Board basics The type of board you choose will depend on a number of different factors:
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High And Dry: Checking For Damp And Water Ingress When Buying A Used Caravan

Posted on: 8 July 2016

Choosing a used caravan over a new model can be a very wise choice for the holidaymaker on a budget, providing all the mobile comfort and convenience of a caravan at a much lower price. However, inspecting a used caravan before laying down your hard-earned cash is vital -- even the most honest caravan seller may not be aware of hidden problems inside their van. One of the most common problems encountered in used caravans is damp, and dealing with a damp caravan can be just as unpleasant as dealing with a damp house.
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