Storage Options for Excess Hardware Inventory

If you own a small hardware shop that is busting at its seams due to the amount of inventory inside of it, pack and store items that are not currently needed with the following tips. Reducing the amount of inventory inside of the building that you are operating will help you remain organized until you are able to locate a larger building to move into, if you decide to do so. [Read More]

Moving Out of an Apartment: Four Things to Do Before Turning In Your Keys

Your relationship with your landlord essentially ends the moment you hand in your keys, but the shape you leave the apartment in can help to determine if and how much of your security deposit you get back. Here are some helpful hints to follow when you move to ensure your old apartment looks great for the next people who move in and to help you get your security deposit back. [Read More]

Ways That You Can Help A Neighbor Who Is Moving

Whether you're good friends with a neighbor or you don't know each other beyond exchanging brief pleasantries, it's polite to help out when the neighbor is moving. The obvious way to lend a hand is to ask if you can help load the moving truck or perform other such moving day tasks, but this isn't the only method that you can use to lend assistance. There are a number of other ways that you can contribute based on how much you wish to be involved; you may want to help a friend all day, but probably won't take this attitude with someone you don't know well. [Read More]

Make Sure To Pack Your Antique China Safely

If you have antique china, you want to make sure that it is all packed correctly. One big problem with antique china is that it is nearly impossible to replace a piece that gets broken or chipped. Making sure that everything is packed properly will make it less likely that something will break or chip. Packing Materials The first thing you need to have to pack your china is all the correct materials. [Read More]