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Armstrong Laminate Flooring Installation CC
 
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Closed Caption (CC) for reading as you follow along. A few years ago (actually August 2004) I did an entire residential home using Armstrong laminate flooring. The gentleman I did the work for, his son in law had bought all the materials in Miami and exported to our country. Because of his rather large purchase he got some free installation tools and a VHS video from I believe it was Lowe's. After completing the job he gave me all the tools and the VHS video. I took the video and converted it to a DVD and decided to upload it. I've indexed the video into segments. ##. 00:00 - Introduction ##. 00:41 - Make It Easy 01. 01:13 - Laminate Floor Construction 02. 02:35 - Floating Floor System 03. 03:21 - Tools and Materials 04. 07:04 - Estimating 05. 08:04 - Preparation 06. 10:37 - Layout 07. 11:20 - Cutting Laminate Flooring 08. 13:47 - Mouldings and Transitions 09. 14:38 - Installation 10. 20:03 - Finishing Up 11. 20:58 - Stairs 12. 25:03 - Full Bathrooms 13. 27:20 - Repair 14. 28:15 - Living With Your New Floor
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New Meritage Homes from Winchester to Menifee with David Serpa & The Homes Team!
 
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Join David Serpa and The Homes Team as we tour three new Meritage communities from Winchester to Menifee and meet Tabatha at Capistrano in Winchester for some larger homes with Temecula Schools, Jennifer at Alasia in Menifee close to the new shopping center with RV parking, and Samantha at Bella Sol with, our most affordable option; new homes starting at just under $340,000! I hope you all enjoy our tour of Meritage Homes! Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Facebook, and look for us on other social media outlets to get access to our listings as soon as they hit the market. We have listed 7 POOL homes in just over a week! Thank you for watching!
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Water extraction Flood Restoration call Bob @ 405-922-8891 www.expressrestoration.net
 
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Emergency Response Guide for Water and Fire Mitigation and Restoration Express Restoration wants you to know the facts behind water restoration and mitigation emergencies and what to expect during the actual process. When you have a water, fire, or biohazard emergency, call a reportable water, fire, or biohazard mitigation service such as Express Restoration before you contact your insurance company! In some cases, the damage might not be as bad as you think, and once you contact your insurance company, the claim is made. Our courteous technicians will promptly respond to your home or business to assess your water or fire damage and will work with you and your insurance company to reduce the emotional trauma you are experiencing. Our mitigation team has 14 years of water and fire restoration experience, and we know how stressful a water or fire emergency can be. The Process: Express Restoration wants you to know that when you call for our services, we will: Promptly respond to your home or business Provide a licensed and highly trained mitigation expert to assess your emergency Use state of the art monitoring devices to detect water to pin point potential repairable damage and destroyed materials Develop a water or fire mitigation plan based on our inspection Prepare an emergency repair authorization Obtain owner's signature Review and consult with the owner to share our findings Contact your insurance agent or adjuster and negotiate your mitigation claim Obtain authorization for work to be done Begin mitigation plan of action Prep the affected area for the restoration process to begin Build a confinement barrier to reduce potential secondary damage Remove furnishings to preserve your personal property For wall drying preparation: Remove baseboards and trim to prep walls for water extraction Drill holes in walls below baseboard line to check for wall wicking levels Place dehumidifiers, air movers and other water restoration equipment to quickly dry affected areas Inform the owner and insurance agent of progress throughout the restoration For floor drying preparation: Prep floors based on types of materials Carpet and pad areas using water extraction weighted water extractor wands Flat carpeted areas using highly efficient want extraction wand Wood floor areas using Salvation wood mats with truck mount Ceramic tile areas using extraction tools for ceramic tile During a water or fire emergency, the last thing you need is to worry about is what is going to happen once the restoration process begins. With any restoration service, the unknown is a scary thought. By educating our potential customers before the process begins will ease everyone’s mind. Our goal is to get you back to your normal life as soon as possible. We want to inform you of the steps so that you are not blindsided by the unknown unexpected steps in restoring your home or business to its pre-emergency condition. For fast courteous service, call Express Restoration at (405) 922-8891. Check out our web page at www.expressrestoration.net
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La Plaine de l'Ourcq, réinventer la ville dans la métropole
 
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Présentation du territoire et de ses projets à l'horizon 2020 Réalisation : Chloé Ledoux et Nicolas Brikke - niclofilms.com Modélisation et incrustation 3D : Infographie Nominoe Infographie et Motion design : Tim Jarrosson Musiques : Hipster Holidays, Tristan Norton & Martin Koltmeier, premiumbeat.com
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, or RPI, is a private research university located in Troy, New York, with two additional campuses in Hartford and Groton, Connecticut. It was founded in 1824 by Stephen van Rensselaer and Amos Eaton for the "application of science to the common purposes of life" and is the oldest technological university in the English-speaking world. Built on a hillside, RPI's 275-acre (111 ha) campus overlooks the city of Troy and the Hudson River and is a blend of traditional and modern architecture. The institute operates an on‑campus business incubator and the 1,250-acre (510 ha) Rensselaer Technology Park. Numerous American colleges or departments of applied sciences were modeled after Rensselaer. The university is one among a small group of polytechnic universities in the United States which tend to be primarily devoted to the instruction of technical arts and applied sciences. Rensselaer is organized into six main schools within which there are thirty-seven departments: the School of Architecture; School of Engineering; School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; School of Information Technology and Web Science; School of Science; and the Lally School of Management & Technology. The university offers around one hundred forty degree programs in sixty fields leading to bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Steve Fossett
 
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James Stephen "Steve" Fossett (April 22, 1944 – c. September 3, 2007) was an American businessman, and a record-setting aviator, sailor, and adventurer. He was the first person to fly solo nonstop around the world in a balloon. He made his fortune in the financial services industry, and was best known for many world records, including five nonstop circumnavigations of the Earth: as a long-distance solo balloonist, as a sailor, and as a solo flight fixed-wing aircraft pilot. A fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club, Fossett set 116 records in five different sports, 60 of which still stood when he disappeared. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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AAS Eclipse Workshop 2017
 
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On 21 August 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will cross the United States from coast to coast, giving tens of millions of people in a 70-mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina a chance to see the solar corona and experience all phases of the eclipse. The Moon's shadow will sweep across the country starting mid morning in Oregon with just under two minutes of totality and reaching maximum duration of approximately 2 minutes 40 seconds in Southern Illinois before exiting over South Carolina mid afternoon. Outside the path of totality, all of North America will experience a partial eclipse. This event, the first total solar eclipse to touch the US mainland since 1979 and the first to span the continent since 1918, presents a unique opportunity to excite people about science and connect them personally to the cosmos, as well as to conduct several important scientific observations. We are a working group dedicated to the science and public outreach of this unique event. The Eclipse 2017 Workshop IV took place in Carbondale, Illinois, on Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11 June 2016, at the SIU Carbondale Student Center, hosted by Bob Baer and Shadia Habbal. --- SPEAKER LIST --- 00:01:02 Shadia Habbal, Professor - University of Hawaii The Magic of Total Solar Eclipses 00:19:19 Charles Fulco, Science Consultant Eclipses 101: Introducing the Great American Eclipse 00:40:42 David Baron, Writer Using the Eclipse to Illuminate History 01:00:32 Jay Ryan, AmericanEclipseUSA.com Illustrating the Eclipse 01:17:32 Fred Espenak, Goddard Space Flight Center Glorious Totality 01:44:31 Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com A Tour of the Great American Eclipse 02:15:42 Press Conference – Brad Colwell, SIUC Interim Chancellor 02:16:53 Press Conference—Fred Espenak, Goddard Space Flight Center 02:20:51 Press Conference—Shadia Habbal, Professor—University of Hawaii 02:26:08 Press Conference—Angela Speck, Professor—University of Missouri 02:28:55 Press Conference—Lou Mayo, NASA 02:38:40 Press Conference Q&A 02:47:46 Matt Penn, National Solar Observatory Citizen CATE Experiment: 2015, 2016, 2017 03:06:30 Lika Guhathakurta, NASA 2017 Eclipse: The 100 Year Eclipse 03:23:16 Lou Mayo, NASA Eclipse 2017: Through the Eyes of NASA 03:38:57 Chris Giersch, NASA EDGE 03:49:26 Bob Baer, SIUC Eclipse Co-Chair Eclipse 2017: SIUC Preparations 04:03:46 Michelle Nichols, Adler Planetarium Adler Planetarium: The Year of the Eclipse 04:16:04 Jim Todd, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Total Solar Eclipse: Oregon 04:32:01 John Jerit & Paulo Aur, American Paper Optics 04:47:05 Sophie Margolis & Mark Margolis, Rainbow Symphony Eclipse Safety and Solar Viewing 05:00:32 Don Ficken, St. Louis Astronomical Society & Trish Erzfeld, Heritage County Tourism St. Louis Eclipse 2017 05:11:04 Michael Bakich, Astronomy Magazine Eclipse Preparations in St. Joseph 05:21:35 Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com Leveraging Social Media for Outreach 05:41:30 Dan McGlaun, Eclipse 2017.org Alaska Airlines Flight 870