Helpful Homemaking tip...:
In recent times fiberglass-composite doors have become quite a popular alternative to wooden doors. With their realistic grain and variety of tones, stains, and finishes, fiberglass doors bear a striking visual resemblance to wood doors even when examined up close. The construction of these doors varies. Generally, CFC-free polyurethane is foamed in between rails and wooden styles to comprise a code. The surfaces are comprised of sturdy compression-molded fiberglass composite. These doors are strong and durable, resist weathering (both hot and cold extremes), and won't rust or oxidize.
In Plumber news...:
Poor Health, Storms Leave Family in Bind (The Ledger) - WINTER HAVEN -- As a plumber, John Steen did all right. The work was often rough, sometimes downright dirty, but it paid well -- $14.50 an hour -and he often squeezed in more than 40 hours a week. The good times ended five years ago after a job-related back injury sidelined Steen, sending his finances into a tailspin.