Fizemos o Casa de Valentina pensando em facilitar a vida de quem gosta de decoração e esta procurando algum móveis ou objeto para sua casa. Por isso, suas opiniões, criticas ou sugestões são fundamentais!
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Lucila Zahran Turqueto
Como não gostar de flores? Em mil e uma espécies, cores e belezas diferentes, as flores encantam qualquer um e sempre funcionam na decoração. Nessa sala de jantar rústica, a moradora decidiu exibir sua paixão na parede principal. Quadros emoldurados, recortes pendurados, folhas de revista e até desenhos sobre o tema ganharam um lugarzinho ao sol. Ou melhor, à parede.
Nome • enviado em 2012-09-21 22:02:34
Mighty useful. Make no mistake, I appercatie it.
Nome • enviado em 2012-09-21 21:06:59
Before I begin, let me say that if you're going to do any sort of wiring perojct it's up to you to learn about applicable codes and regulations, from reliable sources. Do the job right. Get the needed permits and inspections. Get an electrician, if you have to. I live in Alameda County, California, where we have to be Title 24 compliant. According to the city permit desk, and as I understand it, Title 24 dictates that all lighting in bedrooms etc. needs to be energy efficient. It also indicates that for a lighting fixture to be considered energy efficient it cannot be possible to easily swap out the efficient bulbs (LED, CFL, etc.) with something less efficient (incandescent). The upshot is that currently most of the lighting fixtures you purchase at the major home improvement centers cannot be legally installed in your home. Why? Because it's possible to remove the CFLs that come with the fixture, and use incandescent bulbs. Fortunately, there's a way. Title 24 also indicates that any lighting fixture can be used if it is either (1) on a dimmer, or (2) on a manual-on occupancy sensor. My wife and I were selecting ceiling fan/light fixtures for installation in our home. When I found out about Title 24 from the city permit desk, I was worried because the ceiling fan/light combos my wife had purchased at the local home improvement store were not Title 24 compliant (nothing they sold was), and she really wanted *those* fans and lights. This switch saved the perojct. I purchased several of them, and wired them to the fan's light kits. This made the whole thing compliant, and they passed inspection. Installation of the switch is easy just make sure to read the directions. Be aware that the switch takes up more space (volume) in the box than a regular toggle-type switch, so if your box is crowded you may have to install a larger box. Also, as this is an occupancy sensor it needs to be able to see most of the room to work as intended. Again, this is a *manual-on* occupancy sensor switch. The only way to turn the light on is to push the button. It will turn off automatically if no movement is detected for a period of time (so don't sit too still!). The switches are nice. They don't really stand out, and after a few days we forgot all about them. The button has an LED on it, which makes it easy to find the switch in the dark. They seem to be well-built, so unless you're really whacking the button, it should last a while. One more thing to be aware of: even when the switch is off there is still voltage on the hot switched wire. It's probably very low current (I didn't touch it to find out!) as it's not enough to light the lights.
Nome • enviado em 2012-09-21 14:53:18
That's really thkining of the highest order