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Old boilers, mud floors and ghosts - three needs to avoid an 'old' home?

May 17, 2016 | 08 Comments | 26 Likes

Mice or rats playing around, bats in the attic and squeaky floorboards are simply some of the reasons Brits are choosing not to move into old properties, according to brand-new research. A study of 2,000 adults reveals one in 10 state the possibilities of GHOSTS being present in a property is enough to put them off seeing anything which was constructed more than 46 years ago.

 

Fretting someone might have passed away inside the structure, a worry of discovering asbestos and not understanding if there are dead pets buried in the garden are all reasons that numerous adults would prevent moving into an older property on www.boilerdoctor247.com .

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Sponsor Spotlight: Hurst Boiler

May 17, 2016 | 08 Comments | 26 Likes

Inc., now run by 4 Hurst siblings Tommy, Hayward, Teri and Jeff runs a 314,000-square-foot boiler production center in nearby Coolidge. There, a complete line of solid waste, wood and other steam and hot water boilers and equipment are created and made, a varied variety of machines that has enabled Hurst to broaden its reach to applications across the world.

 

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One of Hurst's most ingenious and unique installations to date remains in a town called Tequila. The Jalisco, Mexico, town is house to the nation's historical and distinguished tequila producer Casa Herradura, a 140-year-old company that still runs on the site of its original, 19th-century Hacienda, however has pursued technological innovation and sustainability.

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Purdue Men's Basketball: Boilers look ahead to next season

May 17, 2016 | 08 Comments | 26 Likes

There is still a good deal of unpredictability about the Purdue guy's basketball group's lineup for the 2016-17 season. Well, I think it's all part of the new culture, or landscape, of the spring, with a lot of transfers and the brand-new system they have for men putting their names in the draft to obtain details and get more accurate info, said Purdue head coach Matt Painter.

 

Sophomore forward Caleb Swanigan and junior forward Vince Edwards both put their names in the draft, however it may have been more about getting feedback than it was about actually getting drafted.

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