Lowering Your Cooling Costs

Posted on: 31 March 2015

With warm weather soon approaching, more and more people will turn to their air conditioning systems to coll off. On average, your air conditioning bill is the culprit for 16% on your electricity bill every year. While the temperature in the home will be going down, the electricity rates are likely to go up. if you want to avoid breaking the bank to cool off your home, you will need to employ some useful tips that can help lower your cooling costs.
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Three Tips For Ensuring The Best Possible Polish On Your Non-Porous Stone Countertop

Posted on: 22 March 2015

Since they don't let any air through, non-porous stone countertops are easier to clean and polish than their porous counterparts. Nevertheless, there's plenty of room for a bad or mediocre polish to ruin the look of your whole kitchen. To ensure that your stone countertop always looks as polished and presentable as you can get it, go over these three tips. Don't Get A High-end Polisher Without A Great Polishing Cloth
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Moving With A Toddler: Tips For An Injury And Accident Free Relocation

Posted on: 6 March 2015

Moving is hard enough, but moving with a toddler can be especially stressful. Toddlers are small and difficult to see when carrying boxes, and they don't have a good sense of when to stay out of the way. If you're a parent of a toddler, these special safety measures will help you keep your toddler from getting hurt or getting in the way.  Hire Professional Movers Hiring professional movers like Frank and Sons Moving and Storage Inc.
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Tips For Choosing Your New Outdoor Furniture

Posted on: 25 February 2015

The right outdoor furniture will transform your patio into additional living space you can use for relaxing and dining all season long. There are so many options available in patio furniture, you may have difficulty making up your mind on what to buy. You'll get to choose from a variety of frames and fabrics too. Here are a few tips to make your decision easier. Measure The Space You don't want to overcrowd your patio, because it will look cluttered and be less functional.
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