Posts made in January, 2015


Portable toilets can present a serious problem for many parents struggling to potty train their toddler. This is because in addition to the discomfort that can come with using traditional public restrooms, portable toilets also present the problem of sending your child in alone as the bathroom is often too small to accommodate the size of two people. Unfortunately, when taking your potty training toddler to the park or a local...

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If you’re getting rid of a severely obsolete computer or even shifting from a slightly aged system, you need to be aware of the parts that can be salvaged. From the chassis to the inner workings of every component, there are a few unique metals and other materials that can be scrapped for other purposes. Take a look at a few key areas to figure out what to keep and what to discard.  Case And Connectors Computer cases for...

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A well-maintained parking lot is a necessity for any business that wants to maximize the number of customers that come through the door. It is not enough to have a paved space for people to put their cars, you have to have a safe, clean and easy to understand parking lot if you want customers to consider your store a desirable destination. Make It Easy On Them If you are not sure where to start with whipping your parking lot into...

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Keeping Your Home Asbestos Free


Posted By on Jan 5, 2015

Asbestos is a fairly common problem that most homeowners are aware of; however, they don’t particularly have a wealth of information concerning it. This fact is especially true when it comes to exactly what areas of the home this toxic substance can be a problem. While most people are aware of common areas for asbestos development, such as insulation materials, they aren’t as familiar with the various different places this...

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