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I need help: how do i sell my home for free

I Need Help: How Do I Sell My Home For Free?

If you are one of those people that enjoy doing things for themselves, you might be wondering how do I sell my home for free. What other options do you have when you plan to sell your home? First, you could find a real estate agent to help you sell your home, but you will have to pay something for their work. It could be a commission or a flat fee that you have to pay. Although a real estate agent can use their considerable knowledge and contacts to sell your home.

If you look around the Internet, you can find a number of sites that will help you to sell my home for free. These sites often provide the tools that you will need to sell your home at no cost to you. You just need to create an account to let people know all about your home and then you can provide some pictures for them to look at. After you have done this, you will be closer to being able to sell my home for free. People will look at your home and before you know it, you plan to sell my home for free will be successful.

If you have found such a site that can help you to sell my home for free, it will probably be able to sell my car for free too. The same situation will allow you to create an account, post information about your vehicle, and pictures if available. Now you have placed your car on the Internet, so people can take a look at what you are offering. Be sure you have chosen a reputable website that has access to the largest amount of people possible. If you really are ready to sell my car for free, you can utilize the website to your advantage.

If you are one who has never used the Internet to sell an item, you will be surprised that it is a great way to sell my car for free. The Internet provides people with a unique way to get together and a new way to shop. Gone are the days when people had to go in person to look at a home or a vehicle that is for sale. Today, you can take virtual tours of homes and even a virtual tour of a car that is for sale. While most websites do not provide that much access to a home or car, you can still sell my home for free by using the tools that are available.

Explore the options that many websites offer such as a way to sell my car for free and you will be surprised at how simple it is and how inexpensive as well. Sell my car for free does not have to be a pipe dream any longer. Allow yourself the ability to get the most money for your home or car when you use a website that provides free access to a market of people that want what you are selling.

Jb transport: heavy haulers 101: weight

Jb Transport: Heavy Haulers 101: Weight

Have you ever hit a pothole?  How about a really big one that swallows your car? There is nothing quite as shocking as unexpectedly diving into a deep hole while cruising along in a vehicle. Even at slow speeds, these experiences can be unnerving. Potholes are the result of a combination of a several things; two really – weight and weather. Continuous stress on a road compresses and stretches the asphalt. Eventually, with enough time and enough weight, the bonds in the pavement can begin to break resulting in tiny fissures and cracks. As weather, especially freezing and thawing, takes its toll, the tiny cracks grow into fully mature holes of destruction. For car travelers and freight transportation carriers alike, serious pothole collisions can be the death knell for the alignment on a vehicle, a tire, and can even result in an accident.
This is the last installment of our series dealing with the size restrictions that can bump a normal freight transportation load into the world of heavy haul. These limits and regulations are in place to protect the truck, the driver, the cargo, the road, and most importantly, everyone else. There are limits on height to prevent trucks from damaging bridges and overpasses. There are restrictions on width to avoid trouble in tunnels and narrow roads. Limitations on length ensure safety on winding roads and city hauls. And now, finally, we will look at the restrictions on weight and the significance to us as heavy haulers and average Joe’s alike. The special permitting required in certain freight transportation situations are intended for the good of us all. Now, all these restrictions might seem like a lot of extra hassle for things that good truck drivers should already be on top of; but, having extra safety measures in place does help keep everyone on the same page. Luckily, with companies like JB Transportation who do all their permitting in-house, the hassles of permitting for heavy hauls become virtually non-existent.

How safe are teflon

How Safe are Teflon

Teflon® was discovered nearly 70 years ago and has been used safely on cookware for over 40 years. Teflon® has been used since the 1940′s on automotive, military, personal use, and industrial products. Many Teflon® and other fluoropolymer coatings are permitted for use in contact with food in compliance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and applicable regulations, including 21 CFR 175,300.

There is one known health hazard associated with Teflon, inhalation of fumes produced during degradation of the coating. Temporary flue-like symptoms (known as polymer fume fever) can occur when the fumes from overheated fluoropolymers are inhaled. Typically the fluoropolymer coating would have to be heated to an excess of 500°F to begin to deteriorate. Fumes are not typically given off until the fluoropolymer significantly decomposes (660°F). Fats, butter, and cooking oil tend to scorch and smoke at only 400°F. When used properly Teflon® non-stick products are safe.

DuPont states “Teflon® cookware is formulated and quality tested to resist peeling or chipping, which will only occur if cookware is misused. However, in the event that particles from Teflon® cookware are accidentally eaten, there is no danger. These particles are non-toxic. If eaten, they pass directly through the body and are not absorbed. The FDA has stated that eating Teflon® particles does not pose a health hazard”.

In another matter, for the past six years the EPA and industry have been studying PFOA to determine what if any human health effects exist. PFOA is a polymerization aid, not an ingredient, used to help make fluoropolymers. It is largely removed during the final steps of polymer production and by the high temperatures used when most fluoropolymers are made into finished products. The EPA has said, “Although our risk assessment activities are not complete and new data may change the current picture, to date EPA is not aware of any studies specifically relating current levels of PFOA exposure to human health effects”. The EPA has also stated “At the present time, EPA does not believe there is any reason for consumers to stop using any products because of concerns about PFOA”.

Over the past six years there have been rumors, misconceptions, and unsubstantiated claims regarding PFOA, its safety, and its effect on Teflon® and other fluoropolymer coatings. In order to reduce concerns related to PFOA, industry has improved manufacturing processes and controls to reduce the use and emissions of PFOA. The EPA and industry have a stated goal of virtually eliminating the release of PFOA into the environment by 2015.