14 October 2014
If you're facing repair or replacement of the windows in your office building, you may be mulling over your options. Although you can always go with the standard regular or double-paned clear glass windows, with today's concerns about employee security and workplace violence, you may wish to look into alternative types of glass that will help keep your employees safe. Both frosted and reflective windows can help keep your employees concealed from outside viewers, while still letting in sunlight.
13 October 2014
There is nothing worse than coming home from vacation to find that your refrigerator broke while you were gone, and you have rotten chicken in your freezer. The bad news is that it's going to take a lot of work to get those foul odors out of your home. The good news is that you can get rid of the foul odors. Here are the steps you'll need to take to get rid of the rotten odors in your home:
10 October 2014
Is the floor of your office or retail space looking dingy and scuffed? One good way for working professionals, such as doctors, dentists and attorneys, to spruce up their offices is to install new flooring. You have many products to choose from, with carpet tiles being a particularly good choice. This flooring option, which consists of small squares of carpet that join together, is both economical and easy to install. Here are some great tips for installing carpet tiles, if you decide to tackle this project yourself.
9 October 2014
Now that you have a home library, you probably have plenty of ideas about the way you would like it to look. There are many ways you can make your bookshelves stand out among the rest. Hang artwork. There is nothing wrong with using your bookshelves to display artwork. You can even hang some pieces on the shelf itself, covering up books that you are not proud to display. These could be your most tattered books, or perhaps a collection of doubles that you don't necessarily want to show off, or perhaps books you simply would prefer others not see.
9 October 2014
If your youngster had an accident in their bed for the first time, you might think that cleaning the mattress with soap and water is the thing to do. While this might help get out the smell, it might not do much for the stain that urine can sometimes leave behind. This guide demonstrates what you can do instead of soap and water to remove both the urine and stain.