6 Tips To Packing Your Artwork So It Arrives Safely
8 June 2015
Moving can be stressful. You have so many items to pack that have both monetary and sentimental value. Ensuring that everything arrives safely is of the utmost importance. Packing a box of holiday ornaments is pretty self-explanatory, but packing artwork can be complicated. There are several key things that you must do when packing both artwork and mirrors to insure their safe arrival.
1. 'X' Marks the Spot: Securing a big 'X' across the front of the glass or mirror with masking tape may seem a bit odd.
Need A Live Answering Service? How To Know You Are Choosing The Right One
2 June 2015
As your business grows, the amount of calls coming in might as well. If this is what you're experiencing, your choices in dealing with these calls are to hire a receptionist or an answering service. A live answering service—like those from Security Services Northwest, Inc and other locations—works much like a receptionist but without the costs of bringing in additional employees. If this is something you've been considering, use this guide of things to look for to help you choose the right live answering service.
3 Factors To Consider Before Renting A Storage Unit
13 May 2015
Are you in desperate need of additional space to store your personal property? If so, then renting a storage unit (from a local outlet such as http://www.allamericanself-storage.com) has likely come across your mind. If you are thinking about renting a storage unit but have concerns about the security of your belongings then there are some additional steps that you can take to ensure you rent from a reliable and safe storage unit facility.
4 Habits To Get Into To Take Good Care Of Your Air Compressor
22 April 2015
Whether you use your air compressor a little bit or a lot, it can be easy to take these handy tools for granted. Luckily, they don't require a lot of care or maintenance, but taking proper care of your air compressor can help it last for a whole lot longer.
Luckily, getting into these regular habits will help you take good care of your air compressors:
1. Drain the Moisture