January 2014

Floor Mats with Your Logo

January 30, 2014

Every business should have some type of floor mat near their front door. The better the mat’s ability to trap dirt and moisture from the footwear of people entering the business, the cleaner and safer the interior floors will be. But perhaps you’re a business owner who likes to march to the beat of your […]

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20 Things You Probably Never Thought to Personalize

January 27, 2014

OK, you’ve undoubtedly seen (and probably own) plenty of different items that are personalized with someone’s name; from T-shirts and coffee mugs to jewelry and license plates. These days, it’s possible to personalize almost anything. As proof of this, here are twenty items you may not associate with being personalized. We know your pet has […]

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Ranking the Rooms: Which Ones Need a Floor Mat?

January 23, 2014

A well-placed floor mat can keep dirt, mud, stains, and water from being tracked or spilled on the floors of your home. So it’s easy to see the advantages of purchasing a floor mat for your residence. But this leads to another decision that must be made: where exactly to put the floor mat. There’s […]

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12 Ways to Minimize Winter’s Effects On and Inside Your Home

January 21, 2014

Winter takes a toll on your body and your emotions, as well as on your cars and plants. But wintry temperatures and precipitation can also have drastic effects on your home, both inside and out. Here are a dozen steps you can take to minimize winter’s impact on your home: Clear your walkways. Whether it’s […]

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What Size Entry Mat is Right for You?

January 17, 2014

In business, size matters. But as a small business owner, you know that “bigger is better” isn’t always true. With limited resources and tighter budgets, you’ve got to remain focused on finding the most ideal size. You want to have a sign that’s visible but not overkill, inhabit a workspace that’s adequate but not too […]

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How an Anti-Fatigue Mat Can Fight Heel Pain

January 15, 2014

Watching medical shows on TV, you get a sense of the vast array of maladies and conditions that can cause pain. But in reality, the majority of things that cause pain in the body can be traced to simple sources. For example, a common cause of neck pain is maintaining poor posture. Back pain frequently […]

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Slush: Summer’s Treat, Winter’s Pest

January 13, 2014

Have you ever noticed that there are certain words in the English language which can possess both positive and negative connotations depending on the context in which they are used? You know, like explosive (an explosive player versus an explosive temper), cheap (cheap prices are good, cheap materials are not), or sick (meaning either ill […]

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Bob Vila Offers Doormat Tips

January 8, 2014

Bob Vila is a home improvement guru. For decades, he has been providing homeowners with all kinds of home remodeling, renovation, decorating, and maintenance assistance. Vila has the expertise to help with everything from roofing, plumbing and electrical wiring to carpet glue, cabinet screws and picture nails. So it shouldn’t be surprising that Bob Vila […]

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Rubber Entrance Mats and 7 Other Tips for Avoiding Slip and Fall Claims

January 6, 2014

People slipping and falling may seem like harmless slapstick comedy to some. But if a slip-and-fall accident occurs inside your business or elsewhere on your commercial property, it certainly is no laughing matter. Many accidents involving slips and falls can result in significant injuries to the victims (especially elderly people), and you as the owner […]

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Selling Your Home? It’s Time for Entry Mats

January 3, 2014

Preparing to sell your home is a lot like planning to go out on a first date. Even though the other party may know a little bit about you, you still want to do everything you can to put your best foot forward. For home sellers, that means making whatever repairs are necessary to make […]

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