Archive for January, 2014
D and W Garages
4028 Woodland Drive
Chesapeake, Virginia 23321
D and W Garages offers custom built detached garages available in a variety of sizes and styles. All garages include building permit, slab foundation, insulated garage doors, windows and entry door, vinyl siding with aluminum wrapped trim. Class B Contractor with over 30 years experience.
We have all heard about the “3000 mile or three month rule” that dictates when to change car engine motor oil. Thus, as soon as unsuspecting drivers happen to peer at their little oil change stickers on the upper left-hand side of their windshields and notice that they passed the 3000 mile mark about 783 miles ago, they will usually get an oil change as soon as possible. Despite this well-known rule of thumb, the fact of the matter is changing your motor oil any less that 5000 miles is simply a waste of your money.
While today’s best motor oil brands still produce oil from the same petroleum-based and non petroleum based synthesized chemical compounds as the motor oil types of yesteryear, contemporary motor oil is of a much higher quality. As such, most vehicles do not need fresh motor oil for their ca
Quite a significant portion of pet owners truly believe their pet to be a member of the family. For many families, a health insurance plan will provide coverage to the immediate family. However, your typical insurance company does not often cover your pets. Therefore, dog insurance, cat insurance, and other types of pet insurance are available to help with health care costs for your pet.
Pet insurance policies generally have deductibles, co-pays, and caps that can limit how much will be paid out annually, so it is important to compare. A pet insurance comparison can help pet owners see a difference between multiples policies and pick the policy that fits his or her pet.
It is important to shop around and do research because pre-existing problems and hereditary conditions for pets-for example, hip dy
Smoking tobacco is the dirtiest, filthiest, nastiest habit in existence. Cigarette smoking has not only been scientifically proven to cause cancer, heart disease, and chronic respiratory conditions, but it is expensive. A two-pack-per-day cigarette smoker will spend between $4.00 and $10.00 per day, depending upon how and where they buy their cigarettes. Essentially, a cigarette smoker will waste a minimum of $112 per month, or $1,344 a year, for the chance to shorten their lives by at least a decade.
Aside from the obvious damage it does to a smoker’s body, quitting is the worst part of taking up this pointless, wasteful, deadly habit. But there is some good news for smokers who are looking for a safer alternative to smoking. Unlike conve