2019

5 Classic Tips To Help You Get Through Your Move

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When it comes to moving, there are a few classic tips that you should employ that will help you get through the moving process. These are classic tips for a reason; because they work for just about anyone who tries them.   1. Start the Sorting & Packing Process in Advance  Don’t wait when it comes to packing. Start by going through your things, cleaning things up, and packing items you don’t use that often, like seasonal decorations.…

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Six Mistakes To Avoid With CO2 Growler Use

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Using a CO2 growler to store beer can result in draft-quality beer pours at home. However, it’s important to avoid certain mistakes that will detract from the quality of growler beer.  The following are six mistakes to avoid with CO2 growler use for the freshest and best-tasting beer.  Leaving the growler open after pouring After a growler is opened, it’s important to close it up again quickly after each pour. When a growler is recapped immediately after each pour, as much CO2 is kept inside as possible.…

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The Importance Of Having A Strategic Plan For Your Private Club

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Most private clubs do not have a strategic plan that is currently put into effect. Some might have a plan that was written out and placed in a drawer, but this is not the same as having a plan that you really believe in and plan on implementing. You must believe that the strategic plan has worth and you must understand how you will benefit from it. The Goal of a Strategic Plan…

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How Old Train Cars Are Being Repurposed, And What You Can Use Them For

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It used to be that old train cars sat idle in a railroad graveyard, collecting rust and falling apart. Sometimes they would serve as temporary homes to hobos, who waited for the next moving train to take them somewhere else. Now train cars of all types, kinds, shapes, and sizes are being repurposed after they have outlived their railway days. See what different cars are being made into, and what you can use them for.…

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Fire Safety For Your Business: What You Can Do To Keep Your Employees Safe

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If you run a business with dozens of different employees working on various projects throughout the building, you should keep their safety in mind by taking precautionary measures to protect them from potential fires. Because fires can occur at random, knowing what to do and how to react in advance could save you some valuable time while helping people get out of the building at a faster pace. Have an Escape Plan…

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Selling A Private Aircraft? Why You Should Get An Appraisal

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You’ve heard of getting an appraisal on a house or a car before, but what about an aircraft? A personal aircraft used for business travel or even for work — such as location or farming services — can be sold at a profit, but how do you know what your smaller plane is even worth? Or, if you do have an idea of its value, how do you get the unit sold?…

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3 Tips For Using A Building Automation System

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Running a business requires you to keep making changes that are important to your office. Making these changes can help you with your quality of work and the equity you have put into the building. Getting a building automation system in your building is a change that will bode well for you. These tips explain what you need to know about building automation. 1. Consider your workflow and what you want out of your building automation…

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Considering A Mezzanine Lift? Use These Suggestions

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If you are making plans for mezzanine construction throughout your facility or already have some mezzanine levels in place, you might want to also consider custom mezzanine lifts. Lifts will enable easier transport of equipment, supplies and personnel than stairs provide. However, when designing and planning for the lifts, you should operate with these suggestions in mind. Take Measurements One reason mezzanines work so well in warehouses and industrial facilities is that they use vertical space.…

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