When Work Is At Home: Creating Separation

3 Things To Consider When Renting A Box Truck For Your Move

Renting a box truck to complete your household move can save you some money over hiring professionals to do the leg work, and it will ensure that you stay in control over every aspect of your move overall. Here are three things to consider when it comes time to rent a box truck for your big move: Interior Seating Not all box trucks have the same type of seats installed in them. Read More 

Six Reasons To Use Vinyl Banners For Marketing At Outdoor Events This Summer

Summertime events like carnivals and fairs in your community can be a great opportunity to market your brand. However, you need to arrive on a convenient and cost effective signage solution to attract attention at your booth or company tent. This summer, having vinyl banners on display during outdoors events may be the perfect solution for your company. Vinyl banners are perfect for summer event marketing for the following six reasons: Read More 

Fire Safety Mistakes To Avoid

Fire safety is an important issue in any home or business, yet it is often overlooked instead of being given the priority it deserves. There are some key mistakes that can jeopardize the best laid safety plans, so make sure you know what they are and how to avoid them. #1: Ignoring your safety equipment Most people know that they should have certain safety equipment on hand, such as fire alarms and extinguishers. Read More 

Construction Zone Considerations: Simplifying Life During A Remodel

Renovating your home is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. If this is the first time you've worked with construction contractors on a remodeling project, you may not know what to expect. Here's a look at some of the things you'll want to consider as you start planning for your new project: Budget Appropriately Remember that your project budget is affected by many things, not just the cost of the supplies. Read More 

Preparing A Wood Deck For Staining: Important Dos And Don’ts

If your home's wooden deck has seen better days, a fresh coat of stain or paint could really refresh its appearance and give it new life. Before you decide to paint or stain a wooden deck, however, you'll need to clean and prepare it. This will ensure that it accepts the new stain and that the paint job lasts for as long as possible without chipping or wearing away. DO Power Wash Your Deck Read More