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Just because you’re six stories up and the closest thing to a balcony you’ve got is the fire escape, doesn’t mean you can’t have yourself a kick-ass herb garden. The Volet Végétal concept could give even the densest city dwellers access to a little greenery.
The exhaust fan — that rattling, dusty vent hanging above the toilet — is the single most important gadget for the health of a bathroom. It eliminates the steam from a hot shower, helping battle the mould and mildew constantly threatening a bathroom’s finishes. The device also helps fix more immediate air quality issues — they’d never say it in front of a client, but in the salty slang of a plumbing supply house, pros refer to it as a fart fan.
Ladders are like bears — they don’t work on hills very well. A bear’s shoulders aren’t built to extend far enough forward to run downhill effectively and a ladder’s legs are just as useless. The new clamp-on Thor-Stand, however, could help ladders tackle downhills with aplomb.
Smoke alarms may be essential life-saving devices, but they aren’t exactly the most aesthetically pleasing electronics in your home. At least until now, that is.
Seems like every time the temperature in the San Francisco Bay Area dips enough to actually warrant building a fire, the Air District will declare a Spare the Air Day, making wood-burning illegal. This wall-mounted fireplace from Pureflame could be the answer — not only does it run on soot-free ethanol, I can hang it anywhere in my house.