• Give Your Law Office A Professional Makeover To Appeal To Clients

    9 October 2014

    Imagine clients walking into your office and being met with run-down furniture, credentials placed haphazardly on a shelf, and dusty plants sitting forlornly in a corner. Their image of you just went from "I'm going to win" to "Help me, I'm doomed!" In the world of attorneys, how you present yourself is just as important as how well you can manage your trials, and it all starts with the office.

  • Pond On Your Flat Roof? Simple Steps To Correct Your Drainage Issues

    9 October 2014

    While commonly associated with commercial buildings or industrial warehouses, many homeowners are seeing the benefits of their flat roof.  Not only are they easy to clean due to their sturdy, horizontal foundation, but they are also inexpensive to maintain. Unfortunately, your flat roof may be holding water due to improper construction. Known as a ponding roof, the excess water can lead to mold, algae, and leaks in your roof if left untreated.

  • Ergonomic Health: Standing Vs Sitting

    9 October 2014

    Should you be standing while at work? Or sitting? It's an age-old debate. When it comes to your ergonomic health, there are multiple schools of thought on this very issue. Both sitting and standing have their pros and cons. This article will seek to determine the best solution between sitting and standing while working. Sitting The fact that sitting down for extended periods of time is bad for your health is very well-known.

  • The Art Of Squeezing Your Rural Home Into A Tiny City Studio

    9 October 2014

    When it comes to trading your rural lifestyle for big city lights, downsizing to a compact apartment is definitely one of the biggest challenges – especially when that compact apartment happens to be a four-wall rental studio. If you've never lived in a studio before, moving your entire home into a single room might feel like mission impossible, but it's really not as tough as it sounds. Here's how to pull it off without getting stressed out:

  • Don't Lose Your Cool Over Corroded Coils

    10 September 2014

    Rust and corrosion are common problems faced by nearly every air-conditioning system in use today. This dynamic duo of destruction can put a slow yet grueling end to your home comfort by eating away at a variety of important metal components, including the copper tubing used for your air conditioner's evaporator coil. So the next time you're wondering why your A/C isn't blowing as cold as it used to (and you've ruled out all the other potential factors), you might want to take a very close look at your evaporator coil.