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2016

Renting Live Plants? How This Method Of Horticulture Benefits Your Business

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You can rent a car, an RV, or even a wedding dress, but a live, thriving plant? Yes, this is actually a ‘thing’, and is surprisingly popular among the commercial sector. Discover just why a business would consider renting or leasing live plants and how it can actually benefit your business. Quality plants When you lease or rent plants from a nursery, you receive quality, viable plants that carry a guarantee to thrive. Read More»

3 Appliances No Breakfast Restaurant Can Afford To Overlook

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Opening a breakfast restaurant is a great way to get to know people within your neighborhood, serve a specific need within your community, and make a profit while you’re at it. Aside from a fridge, freezer, and stove, there are a variety of kitchen appliances you can take advantage of to help make your new breakfast restaurant a success. Consider making use of the following options: Stainless Steel Shredders Shredding all the potatoes for hash browns that will likely be popular at your breakfast restaurant can be time consuming without some solid shredders to take advantage of. Read More»

Comparing Concrete And Wooden Retaining Walls

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Retaining walls are a landscaping option that are designed to prevent the erosion of soil and to support hills and sloping surfaces. There are many different types of retaining walls which can be built, but the two most common are by far wooden and concrete retaining walls. Though they seek to accomplish the same function, their different materials give each type of retaining wall a distinct set of features. Understanding what the differences are between concrete and wooden retaining walls can help you choose the one that is best suited for your landscaping project. Read More»

Tips For Preventing Mold In Your Food Processing Plant

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If you are the owner of a food processing plant, the last thing that you want is for mold to grow anywhere near the food. Mold grosses customers out and can quickly cause you to lose their trust, as well as put their lives in danger. Here are some tips for preventing mold so that your business and customers can remain healthy. 1. Use HEPA Filters High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are certified by the government to remove a certain percentage of mold spores per unit of air. Read More»

Avoid The Physical Demands Of Lawn Maintenance With Grass Painting

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For homeowners with small properties that have even smaller yards, taking care of the lawn should not be too challenging, especially when an irrigation system is already installed. However, if you own a large home, have an oversized lawn, and do not have an irrigation system, you will find lawn maintenance to be difficult to handle, but you can avoid this demanding responsibility with grass painting. If you’re not sold on the idea of getting grass painting taken care of by a business that covers lawn maintenance and landscaping, consider some of the drawbacks with your grass as is. Read More»

3 Simple Hacks To Keeping Your Elderly Loved One Cool During An AC Outage

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An AC outage can be a big deal for everyone in the house, but in situations where the temperatures could rise drastically, your elderly household members will be much more sensitive to the heat. If you are facing an AC crisis in the middle of summer and the temperature inside the house is rising fast, there are a few things you can do to help your elderly loved one stay cool and comfortable until the central air technician arrives. Read More»

Three Unspoken Rules Of Building A New Home In A Residential Neighborhood

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Buying a plot and setting up a home in an established neighborhood is the best way to get a two-for-one special. You get a house that is built to your specifications along with a family neighborhood with values that can help increase the worth of your home. The hardest part about becoming a member of a family neighborhood is starting and finishing the building construction. Here are some unspoken rules for setting up a home in a neighborhood that will help you make friends in the neighborhood, rather than enemies. Read More»

Growing A Lush Lawn Without Using Chemicals In The Process

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If you have children who enjoy spending time outdoors, and you do not currently have a lush lawn for them to play upon, you may want to start the process in growing grass without the use of chemicals to do so. Maintaining a lawn will keep a protective layer in place for your children to use for their playtime,  while improving the appearance of your property in the process. If you do not wish to add chemical agents to your lawn in an attempt to keep your children safe from health risks, you have some alternatives available. Read More»

Tranquil And Terrific Turquoise: How To Use The Color Turquoise To Bring A Soothing Energy To Any Room Of Your House

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If you want to bring the perfect balance of serenity and energy to your home, look no further than the color turquoise. Whether it’s the starring color or the supporting color in a room, turquoise is a terrific choice in home decorating.   Trendy Turquoise Turquoise is hot in home design and for good reason. It has warm undertones, but it’s also intense enough to bring an element of energy to a room. Read More»

How To Decorate Your Child's Room With A Christian Theme

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Are you moving into a new home or are you redecorating your child’s present bedroom? Perhaps he or she has outgrown the baby furniture and you are wanting a totally new look in the child’s room. If you have decided to decorate with a Christian theme, that will be a great way to teach Bible stories. It will also be a good way to reinforce values you want your child to learn. Read More»