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Shed A Little Light On Your Sales: Choosing The Right Lighting For Your Store

As a retail store owner, it's important that you recognize the effect that lighting will have on your customers, your sales and the success of your business. In addition to seeing your retail store as your business, you need to see it as an experience. Your goal is to make sure that your floorplan make shopping inviting and easy, and your lighting maximizes the experience for your customers. Here are some tips to help you make the best possible lighting choices for your store. Read More 

Prepare For Window Replacement With 4 Easy Tips

Replacing the windows in your home could be a great idea due to too much heat loss or the windows being broken in some form. Whatever the reason may be for needing new windows to be installed, it's monumental that you take some time to prepare your home for these replacements to be done. While hiring professionals for the replacement can help take care of most of the work involved, there's still some things that you'll need to do to ensure that your new windows are installed with as little stress possible. Read More 

Renting Metered Equipment: 3 Facts You Should Know

Are you planning to rent metered equipment, such as a backhoe or excavator, for the first time? If so, there are a few facts that you should know before picking up your rented equipment. Fact 1: The Length Of Your Rental May Not Be The Same As The Length Of Time You Can Use The Equipment When people rent heavy equipment for a day, they often assume that they will have use of this equipment all day. Read More