When it’s time to get ready to move, you may find yourself having some…mixed feelings about the whole thing. There’s the excitement of the move. There’s the anticipation of your new surroundings. There’s the anxiety about getting set up somewhere else. And somewhere along the way is the dawning realization that you’re going to have […]

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A lot of people see wire shelving and they think “oh, that’s just for warehouses/offices/places where I don’t live”. And they’re half right – thanks to its durability and construction, wire shelving is a common sight in a lot of commercial and industrial settings like warehouses and even restaurants. That’s not all it can do, […]

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Any concerned parent, cautious homeowner, or both knows the number of safety risks that the average home contains. But home safety in many cases involves a little more than those plastic caps for outlets and preventing basement leaks. Even the storage you use in your home can be improved with a few safety tips and […]

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It’s been awfully rainy in a lot of parts of the country these days, and while it’s good news for our gardens and yards, it’s bad news for a lot of basements. Whatever size your home is or wherever it’s located, cracks in the foundation or plumbing can begin to let water into your basement, […]

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Maybe you’re looking for a new neighborhood, maybe you got a new job somewhere else, maybe you’ve been watching too much HGTV and got the moving bug…whatever the reason, everybody moves sometimes. And there’s a lot to think about. There’s packing, there’s scheduling movers, there’s figuring out what to keep or what to throw away, […]

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Cleaning is never a bad thing, even if you just do a little bit here and there, but there’s some things around the house that need…a little more work. Maybe it’s designed to keep something else clean, maybe it’s just a natural dirt magnet, but whatever the reason there’s a lot of things around your […]

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The smoke has cleared, the grill has cooled off, scorch marks and tattered papers litter the driveway and the road out front – it must mean another July 4th has come and gone. Hopefully your Fourth of July celebrations were safe and fun for the entire family, but now that the fun has died down […]

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