Five Tips For Reducing Injuries From Pallets In Your Warehouse

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you want to reduce injuries in your warehouse, you need to make sure that your pallets are dealt with safely. Unfortunately, big stacks of pallets or even improper shelving can result in pallets falling and hitting workers below. To reduce this risk, consider using the following tips: 1. Use Professionally Designed Pallet Racks If you only use pallets once in awhile, you can stack them in the corner or lean them against the wall.
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5 Tips to Help You Design a Better Home for Any Life Stage

Posted on: 10 January 2017

Many aspects of home design really depend on your stage of life. For instance, someone with several kids is going to prioritize bedroom locations and safety features when designing their dream home. A retirement-age couple may want to ensure the doorways are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs in case they end up in one a few years down the road. But there are a few aspects of home design that penetrate through most every life stage.
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Tips To Help You Clean Up Your Hardwood Flooring After A Water Disaster

Posted on: 10 January 2017

Whether your home's water damage is from flooding, a leaking roof, or a broken water pipe, the clean-up and drying out of your home can consist of the same tasks. When your hardwood flooring is damaged by water, it is important to dry it out before mold can grow. Here are some tips to help you dry out, clean up, and remove mold and water stains from your hardwood flooring after a water disaster occurs in your home.
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3 Tips for Getting Smooth Color When You Paint the Inside of Your Home

Posted on: 2 December 2016

If you are preparing to paint a room inside of your home this winter, use the three tips below to get a smooth color and consistent application throughout the room. #1: Mix the Paint Cans Together If you purchase multiple cans of paint for the room inside of your house that you plan to paint, be sure to also purchase a five-gallon bucket. When you purchase paint, the store uses a machine to make and mix the individual color that you picked out.
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