Growing Plants Indoors – 3 Simple Steps

Growing Plants Indoors 3 Simple Steps

If you would like to bring the joy of the outdoors into your home, you can do that by growing plants inside. If you would like to have your home filled with natural elements, potted plants are a great option for you. It is important for you to figure out which types of plants you would like to have in your home, and for you to know how to take care of those plants. You need to figure out how you are going to go about getting plants set up inside your home.


1. Grow Plants Indoors by Supplying Them with Plenty of Light

If you are going to have plants growing in your home, you need to make sure that they have access to light. Without adequate light, your plants will die. If you do not have enough natural light coming into your home, you might consider using LED grow lights to help your plants out. No matter how you choose to get light into your home and around your plants, make sure that there is enough of it and that it is coming at your plants in a way that gives them maximum access to it.

Growing Plants Indoors 3 Simple Steps

2. Grow Plants Indoors by Feeding and Watering Them

If you are going to have plants growing in your home, and if you are going to have those plants be healthy in your home, then you need to keep those plants fed and watered. Food and water are not just for humans or pets, your plants need adequate nutrition to be healthy. There are various plant food options out there, and you can find one that your plant responds well to and that will help that plan to be healthy. As far as water goes, you want to keep the soil damp without getting it too wet.


3. Grow Plants Indoors by Keeping Them in a Place Where They Will Not be Bothered

If you are planning on bringing plants inside and helping them grow in your home, you need to set them up in an area where they will not only add beauty to the home but where they will not be bothered. You need to set the plants up in a place where they will not be bumped and where they will not spill. You do not want the plants to create a mess, and you do not want them to die because they have been bothered too much. You need to set your plants up in an out of the way place where they will be safe.

It is important for you to know what you are doing as you attempt to grow any kinds of plants in your home. If you do not have a clue as to what you are doing, you are going to fail. Growing plants in a home can be simple if you just set those plants up with the things that they need such as LED grow lights, food, water, and a space that is all their own.

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What Is The Height Of A Handicap Toilet

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) .sets guidelines that are very specific when it comes to bathrooms. The specifications of ToiletAdvisors – best toilet include toilet dimensions and proper installation. This is done to assure that public bathrooms are accessible to all people. Please see the following to find out more about the regulations for handicapped toilets and the proper installation guidelines.

handicap-toiletFirst of all, the ADA regulates the height of a handicap toilet. A handicap toilet must be measured from the base of the floor of the bathroom to the top of the toilet seat. The toilet seat must sit 17″-19″ after installation in order to adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Americans With Disabilities Act. If you are installing a handicap toilet for your business, or if you are a contractor installing a handicap bathroom or even just one stall, be sure to have your measuring tape with you so you can adequately measure the height from the base to the top of the seat so you are in compliance with the law.

Aside from the height specification, the ADA recommends that handicap bathrooms are installed with ‘undercut toilet bowls.’ These types of toilet bowls have gaps between the bottom and the base of the toilet that allow for more leg room, foot space, and easier accessibility for people with a handicap.

Getting back to the height of the toilet seat, be careful if you are buying a toilet that says ‘comfortable height.’ While it’s true that many of these types of toilets are taller than others, it’s also true that they often measure 16.5 inches high from base to seat, which is not the 17″ to 19″ required by the ADA. Be sure to read the labels and measure before you purchase or order one.

The ADA also regulates the ‘flush control’ of a handicap toilet, It’s imperative that the toilet needs to meet the standards for operating parts, meaning that the part of the toilet that flushes needs to be no more than 44” from the base, and must be operated with less than four and half pounds so a person isn’t prone to hurting their wrists or hands. This is a very important thing to consider as well.

There are many factors to consider when installing a handicap toilet and many of the rules and regulations can be found on the Americans With Disabilities web site, or you can call their toll free number if you have questions or are still unsure.

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We’re Live

Wow, I must admit that it feels a bit strange to have my own blog. After learning how to setup wordpress, buying a domain, changing nameservers… yeah it was a lot to take it! And you people out there who thinks this is super easy, do not hate on me please! 😀

I’m not sure yet what the blog will be about, daily stuff i guess. I like to take photos, so that might be something I´ll be posting here. We’ll see!

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