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Professional Auto Storage Can Protect Cars Against Pests

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Are you about ready to store your car long-term? If so, consider placing the car in a professional storage center geared toward storing vehicles. While it is possible to store the car in your own garage, driveway, or rented storage unit, taking the car to a professional auto storage center offers more benefits that do a better job of protecting your car while you’re away. One of those benefits is better pest protection, which can be a real problem for self-storage situations.…

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3 Unique Places To Hide Your Spare House Key

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If you would like to make sure that you are not going to end up locked out of your home waiting for a locksmith, you might want to come up with a creative way to hide your spare key. This way, should you accidentally lock yourself out, you will be able to get back in without any problem. To help you come up with the best place to put that spare key, you should check out the following tips.…

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Removing Pests: 4 Humane Ways To Repel Rodents

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It is not always easy to get rid of rodents that infiltrate your home. Some methods don’t work and others are far too messy—not to mention inhumane. Fortunately, a few proven methods work— and are humane, too! Here are four options for getting rid of mice and rodents humanely: 1. Cover Any Holes in the Walls If you want to prevent mice and rodents from entering your home, you need to block any holes that are present in the walls.…

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How To Make Your Condo Town Home Look Like A Classic Beacon Hill Townhouse

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A tall, skinny town home may be the only option in your price range as a first-time home buyer, but fear not. The townhouse is a venerable and coveted architectural style on the east coast, nowhere more so than on Beacon Hill, the cobblestoned, brick-front enclave in Boston, Massachusetts. Here are six tips to help make your condo look more like a real Beacon Hill townhouse. Create A Fireplace Sitting Area…

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How To Build A House And Stay Married

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Designing a home together can be a wonderful experience for you and your spouse - or it can have you digging out the combat gear while you fight over whether or not you really need a sunken living room or kitchen fireplace. Read more to learn how you can build a house and still stay married. Realize That Decision Making Can Be Exhausting You might know that wonderful couple who, when building their home, breezed through planning meetings, never fretted a design choice, laughed off the bad stuff, and never stopped being excited about their project.…

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Five Moving Day Surprises (And How To Prevent Them)

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Moving to a new residence is challenging enough without having to adapt to an unexpected event. Below is a list of five surprises that could upset your move and tips on how to prevent them from occurring. Surprise # 1:  The Truck Is Too Small Unfortunately, this often occurs after the truck has been loaded to capacity. Now you must take (at least) two trips to complete your move. Although time consuming, it need not be a major problem providing you are moving a short distance.…

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Mouse Problems Got You Down? See If This Can Help

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When sitting down in the comfort of your own home, you expect to be able to sit there and relax, watch some television and unwind from a long day at work. You do what you can to keep your home clean and tidy. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean an occasional bug might not make its way into your home. Sure, it’s no big deal to kill a spider or other bug, but what do you do when you start noticing mice making their way inside?…

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4 Benefits To Putting Business Documents Into Self Storage

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Businesses are required to save certain documents forever, such as payroll records, year-end financial statements, retirement plan records and tax returns and supporting documents. They are required to save other documents anywhere fromthree to ten years such as contracts with clients and suppliers, expense reports, inventory documents, employee applications and general correspondence, to name a few items. If your office or warehouse is overwhelmed with boxes of important documents, and you do not have enough space for items you need to access on a daily basis, you need to look into self storage.…

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Six Ways To Amp-Up The Safety And Security Of Your Home

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If you want to beef-up the safety and security of your home, there are six simple strategies that can help. Regardless of where you live, these tips and tactics will ensure that your dwelling is more protected, safer for occupants, and less visible to potential passersby. Consider the following six ways to improve your home’s safety and security: Invest in a home-alarm service. There are some intriguing home security systems that are monitored by a service.…

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Creating A Budget Panic Room

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These days, many people are choosing to install panic rooms (also known as safe rooms) as a way to keep their family and valuables safe during an emergency, such as a home break-in, terrorist attack or natural disaster. If the type of panic room made popular in Hollywood productions is beyond your budget, there’s still plenty you can do to create a safe area in your home for your family.…

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