Archive for November, 2013
Your stuff is important to you. You want to make sure that everything has its place and everything is safe, whether in your house or in transit during a move. The good news? Both situations have a single, elegant solution – storage and moving pods.
According to the United States Bureau of the Census, over 15% of the total population moves every year. And more and more often, rental trucks just aren’t cutting it. Families are looking for self moving options with more scheduling flexibility, more security, and more convenience. Moving pods fit the bill nicely, with timetables that fit your move, durable steel frames and walls, and professional drivers to drop off, pick up, and deliver the units when you’re finished loading
Are you looking to use lawn seed to create a brand new lawn, or perhaps to give your existing lawn a new, lusher look? Many people consider their lawns to be an extension of their homes. We all like walking through our lawns, enjoying those warm summer days.
Did you know that turf grass is estimated to cover more than 40 million acres within the United States? This represents an area that is three times larger than the national acreage of corn. Because of this large area, you may want to consider using lawn see, such as drought resistant grass seed and other practices that will create a more environmentally friendly lawn. According to a study by the Seattle Public Utilities, you can save about $75 a year when you use sustainabl
Commercial electrical services can help you to keep your business running in the event of a power outage. Currently, the US’ power grid is having problems with power outages and instability for a variety of reasons. Right now, these outages cost the economy about $1.5 billion every year. To avoid making a contribution to this with your own business, commercial electrical services that provide emergency power during an outage can help you to stay open for business.
Power outages in the northern part of the US are mostly caused by thunderstorms and other bad weather. However, problems within the power grid itself also currently contribute to the US’ power troubles. Over the past twenty years, power outages have actually gone up by about 125%. Last year, power failures were a problem in all fifty U