Common Pool Hurricane Prep Procedures, And Why You're Doing Them Wrong

Posted on: 19 September 2014

If you live in an area prone to hurricanes, you probably have a routine procedure in place to protect your in-ground pool and its components from damage. While it's great that you have a plan, that plan may not be nearly as effective as you think it is. Read on to discover 3 things you're probably doing wrong when it comes to hurricane storm prep for your in-ground pool. Covering Your Pool Before The Storm Hits
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Tiny House Temptation: Six Homes With Minimalist Appeal

Posted on: 26 August 2014

It's a minimalist's dream--a tiny house that contains little decoration and no clutter. If you're someone who doesn't need much space, or who longs for a simpler home that's easier to maintain--a tiny house could be the answer. According to The Tiny Life, homes like these generally offer anywhere from 100 to 400 feet of living space--much less than the average American home. How do you build a tiny house? You might be surprised at the many materials that people passionate about minimalism have turned to.
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3 Things Your Storage Facility Might Be Able To Help You With

Posted on: 12 August 2014

Moving can be overwhelming, expensive, and frustrating. Fortunately, self-storage facilities can offer you more than just a little extra space to stack your boxes. Here are three other things that your local facility might be able to help you with, which might help you to avoid moving-related hassles. 1: RV Or Boat Storage People love their recreational equipment. According to recent data, about 8.5% of American households own an RV, and over 530 million recreational boats were sold in 2013.
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How A Hybrid Move Can Save You Time And Money

Posted on: 11 August 2014

People in the process of moving have typically have to decide whether to hire a service to help them pack and move their belongings, or whether to do the entire move on their own. Each method has its own specific pros and cons—hiring a mover will save you time, while moving yourself will save you money—but either way you will have to make a sacrifice. Your best option when moving may actually be to combine professional help with your own labor.
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