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The buzz about rising gas prices in the State of California brings up many questions and concerns. The increase of natural gas prices is inevitable, due in part to hurricanes along the Gulf Coast, Katrina and Rita. It is imperative that residents are aware of the natural gas increases we will be seeing in the coming months.
Before your home is installed, make sure the site has been properly prepared. Careful attention to the following details will help ensure satisfaction with your home for years to come. Your retailer can provide you with valuable guidance and assistance.
Most manufactured homes are sold through retail sales centers, many of which are independently owned and operated. Others are owned and operated by a manufacturer. In some states, you may also buy from a manufactured home community owner, developer, or if you’re purchasing a previously owned home, a real estate agent.
Buying a home may be the most expensive purchase you will ever make. A manufactured home may be an appealing option for you. These homes come in a variety of styles, sizes, and floor plans, and range in price from about $30,000 to more than $150,000 without land. Manufactured homes can be installed on your own land, in a rental community, or in a planned subdivision.
Jeanie Rosenburg, the sales manager at Gainsborough in Eugene, OR called 911 when a resident collapsed outside her office. When the EMTs arrived they wanted to know if the woman was allergic to any medicines, etc. and Jeanie didn’t know.
We use chemicals every day. They help us to live better and stay healthy. Yet, when used carelessly, even familiar chemicals can be dangerous. Each year about 200,000 accidental poisonings occur in the United States; of these, about 2,500 result in death.
Diabetes is a disease that changes the way your body uses food. In your body, the food you eat turns to sugar. Your blood then takes this sugar all over the body. Insulin helps get sugar from the blood into the body for energy.
Today, there is a growing emphasis on looking good, feeling good and living longer. Increasingly, scientific evidence tells us that one of the keys to achieving these ideals is fitness and exercise. But if you spend your days at a sedentary job and pass your evenings as a “couch potato,” it may require some determination and commitment to make regular activity a part of your daily routine.
In order to understand the various causes of electrical problems inside a home, it helps to understand how that system works. There are two types of electrical systems that provide service for residents.
Consumers are beginning to see the effects of a new form of fraud on their telephone bills. This new fraud, in which hackers compromise voicemail systems in order to make fraudulent collect, third-party or direct-dial calls, has surfaced industry-wide.
Many Californians live near an active earthquake fault. Although most of the state’s residents will safely live out their lives without experiencing any detrimental effects of a quake, planning and preparation for a natural disaster is considered a good investment in peace of mind.
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