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Fire Prevention And Safety At Home: 3 Tips On How To Make Sure Fire Extinguishers Are Easily Accessible To Children

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Fire Prevention And Safety At Home: 3 Tips On How To Make Sure Fire Extinguishers Are Easily Accessible To Children

Did you know that house fires claim over 2,500 lives and cause over $7 billion worth of damages each year? All you need is just a flame from a candle to go rogue or an electric spark to start a house fire. With that said, it’s crucial that you have adequate fire safety equipment at home to put out fires before they become a huge problem. You want to make sure that fire safety equipment is easily accessible to even young children in terms of where it is stored and how easily it can be used. Here are 3 tips you’ll want to keep in mind. Store Fire Extinguishers and Other Fire Safety Equipment Separately in the Bottom Drawer Store all fire safety equipment in the same place in order to make sure that everyone at home knows where it is stored. You’ll want to keep the fire extinguishers and other fire safety equipment tucked away separately in a bottom drawer or cabinet. This way, you can rest assured that the fire extinguishers will be easily accessible, as they won’t be hidden behind or underneath piles of junk. In addition, by keeping the fire extinguishers in the bottom drawer, this type of fire safety equipment will be a lot easier for young children to handle. Many parents make the mistake of storing fire extinguishers out of sight and out of mind in empty top drawers and cabinets. In these situations, it is difficult for young children to easily get to the fire extinguishers when they are needed simply because they can’t reach them. Young children may need to grab a chair to stand on or climb onto the tables in order to reach the fire extinguishers. This gives the fire time to grow bigger. Keep a Fire Extinguisher on Every Floor Another way to make sure that the fire extinguishers are easily accessible whenever they are needed is to keep a fire extinguisher tucked away in a drawer on a cabinet or every floor of your residence. This way, you can limit the travel time it will take for your children to get their hands on a fire extinguisher when it is needed. Don’t underestimate how quickly a fire can spread within the time it takes for a young child to run across the room, down the stairs, into another room and back again. Make sure that you constantly remind your children as to where the fire extinguisher is located. You can also place the fire extinguisher in areas that are more prone to house fires, like the kitchen or in rooms where you or your children may be more likely to light a candle. Teach Your Children How to Use the Fire Extinguishers with Dummy Fire Extinguishers Making sure that the fire extinguishers are easily accessible in terms of where they are placed should not be your only concern. You also want to make sure that the fire extinguishers are easily accessible in the sense that your children won’t fidget around with them and will know how to use them properly. To make this happen, teach your children how to use fire extinguishers with a dummy fire extinguisher and practice often. You want them to know how to use a fire extinguisher without having to think. In particular,...

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Six Items That Will Make Your Life Easier On Long, Multi-Destination Trips

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Six Items That Will Make Your Life Easier On Long, Multi-Destination Trips

When you set off on a long, multi-destination trip, it’s normal to feel both excited and apprehensive. Travel is certainly fun, but the prospect of getting stuck in some challenging circumstances can take away from this enjoyment. Luckily, by packing a few key items in your travel bag, you can make your life a lot easier and your trip more enjoyable. Phone Charging Case These days, people rely on their phones for everything from directions to email, so it’s a real inconvenience when you’re out and about and your phone loses charge. You can save yourself a lot of frustration (and the embarrassment of having to ask for directions) by bringing along a phone charging case. These look like normal phone cases, but they have a battery embedded in them and will charge your phone’s battery, adding to its life. Some snap onto your entire phone, connecting to its charging port directly. Others snap onto the back of the phone and have a little cord that connects to your charging port. Phone charging cases are available for iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 as well as other popular phone brands. Look for one that offers at least an extra 8 hours of battery life, as this will ensure you can stay out all day without worrying about charging your phone. Check out a company like Prong to browse through a selection of phone charging cases. Portable USB Power Pack If you plan on doing any work on your computer or tablet while you’re on the road, it can be frustrating to try to find an outlet when your battery is running low. A portable USB power pack eliminates this issue. These power packs are typically about the size of a standard smartphone. They consist of a battery and one or more USB ports, so you can plug in your devices and work comfortably from a park bench, restaurant, or other location without wall outlets. Packing Compression Packs When you’re on a long trip, you’re bound to purchase things that you want to carry along to your next destination. Adding them to your luggage and still having everything fit can be a challenge, but thankfully, compression packs can help. These are simple vinyl or plastic packs into which you can pack your clothes. You push on them to squeeze the air out of the clothing, which ensures it takes up less room. With a few compression packs tossed into your luggage, you can feel more free to buy souvenirs along the way and hopefully avoid having to pay for an extra bag at the airport on your way home. Anti-Wrinkle Spray Chances are, you’re not going to have access to an ironing board and iron at all of your destinations — and even if you did, who wants to waste their travel time ironing their clothes? This is where anti-wrinkle spray comes in handy. This is a product that you can spray on your clothes to immediately get rid of wrinkles. You can even find it in bottles of less than 3.4 ounces, which are acceptable to put in your carry-on luggage. WiFi Signal Booster What do you do when you really need to send some emails or finish some work on your laptop, but the WiFi signal in your hotel...

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What To Do If Your Oil Boiler Runs Out Of Fuel

Posted by on Feb 4, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What To Do If Your Oil Boiler Runs Out Of Fuel

If you have an oil boiler heating system that heats your home, then you probably know that it is best to stay on a regular delivery schedule during the winter months so you do not run out of oil. However, you may go through quite a bit of fuel during the coldest days of the year. If you forget to check the fuel gauge while cuddling up indoors, then you may just run out of oil entirely. If this happens, do not panic. Contact your oil delivery business for a an emergency delivery. Afterwards, you will need to do a few important things to make sure your boiler system starts up quickly and properly. Wait At Least An Hour If you run out of oil, then the new oil that is put into your oil tank will splash against the bottom of the container. While you may think that your oil tank is completely empty, it is not. A small amount of heating oil will sit in the tank, but it will not be enough to reach the elevated spigot opening on the side where the oil line is attached. Water from condensation, rust from the inside of the oil tank, gel from the old heating oil, and other debris will also sit on the very bottom of the tank. This material is called oil tank sludge. While oil tank sludge is common and usually not an issue, it will mix with your heating oil when new oil is added. If your tank is mostly empty, then the sludge will kick up and be able to enter the spigot on the side of your oil tank. This is especially true if you decide to start your oil boiler immediately after receiving the oil delivery. If you do this, then the sludge can cause the oil lines, filters, and nozzle to clog. Heat loss and the malfunction of your boiler will soon follow. If you want to prevent clogging issues, simply wait about an hour after your oil delivery to start your heating system. This will give the sludge time to sink back to the bottom of the oil tank. You also should invest in an oil tank cleaning at least once every few years by a company like to make sure that sludge is removed before it can cause a problem. Keep this in mind and also make sure to have your oil tank completely filled in the spring to cut down on condensation issues in the summer. The addition of zinc balls to the inside of the tank can stop corrosion issues too. These balls work in the same way that sacrificial anodes work inside your water heater. The zinc metal is corroded before the tank is to prevent the formation of rust on the inside of the tank. Bleed The Fuel Line If you rarely run out of oil, then you may be confused when you press the restart button on the front of your oil boiler and notice that the heater fails to fire. This issue occurs because the fuel pump attached to your boiler will pull air through the fuel line when oil runs out in the middle of a heating cycle. When you try to restart your boiler, new fuel will enter the oil line, but a...

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Two Ways to Prevent Pond Liner Leaks

Posted by on Jan 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Two Ways to Prevent Pond Liner Leaks

If you want a pond on your property, then you will need to do a wide variety of things besides digging a large hole to place water into. While digging is an important first step, you will also need to place a pond liner across the bottom of the opening. This liner helps to retain the water inside the hole so it does not leach down into the earth and drain into the water table. Polyethylene, rubber, and PVC are all materials that may be utilized to make your pond liner. Unfortunately, all three of these materials can wear down over time and form a leak. You can prevent leaks quite easily, though, by doing a few things during the installation process. Keep reading to find out about a few examples. Consider an Underlay In some areas of the country, it may be possible to place a pond liner directly across the bottom of the dirt hole that forms your pond. However, this is only advisable if the ground around your home is made out of soft materials like sand and organic matter like decaying plants. Also, silt that contains extremely fine particles and a great deal of nitrogen-rich material will be acceptable next to the pond liner. However, most soil in the Unites States is made up of a combination of materials that include sand, clay, dirt, minerals, and rock. Clay, rocks and minerals like quartz and feldspar are hard and they will cause holes to form in the pond liner if they sit right next to the liner. The best way to avoid this is to make sure that there is a cushion placed between the soil and the liner. These cushions are usually called pond underlays. The underlays are geotextile formations made out of polyester or polypropylene. They look a lot like felt and they are permeable to allow water to move through them. While the underlay can help help to create a puncture resistant pond liner, it will not necessarily create a puncture proof liner. This means that you should make sure to remove any rocks or other hard objects from the bottom of the pond before securing the underlay and liner. Also, think about spreading a thin one-half inch layer of sand along the pond bottom to provide a second layer of cushioning to keep damage at bay.  Choose a Pond Filter While most ponds form a natural ecosystem of their own that includes plants, algae, frogs, and other wildlife, this does not mean that you should allow the pond to build its own environment unchecked. If you do this, then you may allow a variety of different things to build in the water. Ammonia is the most common substance from wastes left by animals. Fecal matter, dirt, rocks, and other debris will fall into the water and build a layer of sludge on the bottom of the pond. Ammonia can raise the pH of the pond water and cause corrosion or deterioration issues across the pond liner. The build up of the other organic materials can also allow algae and plants to grow that may rupture the liner. One of the best ways to reduce leaks and damage is to install a proper filter in the pond. This will help to remove organic matter and ammonia before it has...

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5 Risks Involved With Truck Sharing

Posted by on Dec 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Risks Involved With Truck Sharing

Splitting the cost of a truck rental with someone else that is moving in the same direction as you or someone that is moving from your destination to your starting location can help offset the cost of renting your truck. You can rent a slightly larger truck to fit all of your belongings but split the cost in half, you may pay less in gas and mileage, or you can make full use of a daily rental to get the most from your money. While truck sharing is becoming slightly more popular, with internet sites arranging shares between strangers, similar to carpooling, there are several risks that you should be aware of when you share a truck.  The Truck Could Be Returned Late or Damaged  Rental agreements are usually in one person’s name. This means that whoever officially rents the moving truck will be held financially responsible if the truck is returned late or is damaged. To help mitigate this problem, you can make sure that whoever will be in charge of returning the truck is the person who will rent the truck, as this will motivate them to return the truck on time. Alternatively, whoever rents the truck can stay with the truck the entire time to make sure it is not damaged and is returned on time.  You May Not Know What You Are Transporting  If you pick up someone’s belongings once they are already packed, you may not know what you are actually transporting. You may end up transporting illegal goods across state lines, and if you are caught with the goods, you may have no way of proving that they are not yours and you did not know about them.  To prevent this, make sure that the person who loads and owns the belongings travels with the truck at all times. Also, make sure you are truck sharing with someone that you trust, either through extensive conversations and references or a friend as opposed to a stranger.  Your Rental Company May Not Allow Truck Sharing Most rental companies do not have rules against truck sharing. However, they may limit the number of drivers that can drive the truck and they may require that the same person who picks up the truck also drops it off. This can be a problem if you are planning to drive the truck in one direction and have another person drive it back to its initial pick-up spot. If you plan to share your truck, make sure that your plan is okay with your rental company to avoid paying fines or having your rental canceled.  You May Not Have Enough Space On One Truck For Everything That Needs To Be Transported  It can be difficult to estimate how much space your belongings will take up once they are packed and loaded in a moving truck. If both you and the person you are sharing your truck with under-estimate the amount of space required to load your belongings, you may be stuck in a difficult situation with no way to transport some items. To avoid this, one of you may rent a truck and another rent a trailer to attach to the truck to ensure that you have a set amount of space.  A similar issue is if you are splitting...

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Repair Your Smoking Electric Furnace Before It Causes A Fire In Your Home

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Repair Your Smoking Electric Furnace Before It Causes A Fire In Your Home

If you notice smoke waffling through your air vents or around your electric furnace whenever you turn the appliance on, repair it now to prevent a fire in your home. Smoke indicates a number of issues with your furnace, including an overheating blower motor. If the blower motor is soiled or doesn’t have enough oil to lubricate it, it can overheat as it pushes cool air through the furnace. Sometimes, faulty wiring causes the furnace to smoke. You can check the furnace for faulty wiring and repair your overheating blower motor yourself. Here’s what you do. Check for Faulty Wiring in the Furnace Before you do anything to the blower motor, check the furnace for faulty wiring. You want to eliminate this potentially dangerous problem right away. A number of homeowners face fires each year because of malfunctioning furnaces. One of the biggest causes of furnace fires is faulty wiring. Checking your furnace to see if faulty wiring is the cause of your furnace’s smoke problem is essential.  Here’s how you do it: Disconnect power to your furnace immediately at the main circuit breaker in the home. Use your furnace’s owner’s manual to find the location of the unit’s circuit breaker. If you don’t have a manual, remove the side paneling from the furnace to locate the breaker. The breaker will look similar to your home’s main circuit breaker. Check the breaker’s colored wiring for frays, tears and discolorations. Don’t touch the wires, because they can be hot if they do have a problem. If the wires appear charred or burnt, stop and contact a furnace repair technician to fix the appliance. The area around the wiring will also appear sooty and black. The smoke most likely originated from the bad wiring. You don’t want to operate the furnace in this condition.   If the wires don’t appear discolored or damaged, you can move to the next step and repair the blower motor. Clean the Blower Motor Cleaning the blower removes contaminants that cause fires and smoke, such as dirt and dust. If your basement is very dusty in the summer and spring, the blower motor will pull in these contaminants when you turn on the furnace in the winter. To clean the blower motor, you need a small hand broom and rag. You can also use a vacuum hose to remove debris from the very back of the motor. Once you have the cleaning tools, make sure that the furnace is still off at the circuit breaker, then follow the tips below: Pull the blower motor about an inch out of the furnace. Don’t remove it completely, because the blower motor connects to the air handler with wires that can break or come loose when pulled or tugged. Use your broom to carefully brush away debris. Avoid touching any wires attached to the blower motor.  Vacuum the back of the blower motor’s housing. If you find stubborn areas of dust and dirt, attach a brush to the vacuum’s hose, then gently scrub the debris until the hose sucks it up. Place the vacuum over the front of the blower motor, then turn the vacuum on high. You want to suck out as much debris as you can from the small openings in the motor. Use your rag to clean...

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2 Ways To Ward Off Employee Theft

Posted by on Oct 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2 Ways To Ward Off Employee Theft

How well do you know your employees? Although it might seem like you have a trustworthy, reliable staff, the statistics show otherwise. The United States chamber of commerce estimates that 75% of employees steal from their employers every year, and that most of those people do it repeatedly. Experts estimate that US businesses lose between $20 billion and $50 billion dollars annually to employee theft, but you might be able to avoid problems by making a few changes. Here are two ways to ward off employee theft so that you can hang onto your company profits: 1: Audit Your Quarterly Inventories At the end of every quarter, most retail businesses are charged with the task of manually counting their entire on-shelf inventory. Unfortunately, if you have department heads or employees that have been pilfering merchandise, they might be tempted to lie about their invoices or product counts. Also, since inventory is easier to count when there aren’t customers in the store, it might be easier for employees to walk away with valuable merchandise without getting caught. Here are a few security measures you should take during inventory: Double Check Product Counts: After your employees have finished counting, take the time to audit random departments to double check their numbers. If you find discrepancies between the written total and the number of products on the shelves, it might mean that the employee in charge of the count walked away with merchandise. Analyze Invoices: On the other hand, if employees are stealing money, their counts might be on, but the invoices might be incorrect. For example, if an employee accepted a cash payment from a vendor but pocketed the money instead of applying it to the account, the balance sheet might be wrong. Double check all invoices and account balances to make sure that everything lines up. Hire A Security Team: To keep workers from taking merchandise home, hire a security team during inventory. Ask them to question workers leaving with large bags or puffy coats, which might conceal merchandise. It might seem like overkill, but when employees know that they are being watched, they might be less likely to steal. Search sites like for more information about hiring security personnel. After you are finished with inventory, hold a meeting with your security team. Talk with them about product audits, invoice problems, and strange employee behavior. If you notice multiple issues with the same employee, you might know who to talk to. 2: Be Careful With Cross Training Sometimes business owners make the mistake of over training their employees by certifying them in multiple departments. For example, you might train your cashiers to balance the safe at the end of the day so that you only have to have one employee on hand instead of two. Unfortunately, if you aren’t careful, cross training can pave the way for employee theft. When employees gain an inside knowledge of how a system works, they might learn ways to get around security protocols. For example, if your cashiers know that you don’t always double check the balances at the end of the night, they might be more tempted to take cash from their register. To avoid problems, be careful with cross training. Think about how different jobs at your organization affect each other and how they could affect store...

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Buying A 3D Printer For Your Small Business? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Buying A 3D Printer For Your Small Business? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

In recent years, three-dimensional printing has gone from being an interesting yet rare and expensive idea to an increasingly ubiquitous form of technology. The ability to create actual 3D representations of a wide variety of items has opened the door to a vast array of opportunities, not just for home hobbyists and 3D printing enthusiasts, but for businesses, as well. As you search for the best 3D printer for your business, it’s important to keep the following in mind: What to Look for in a 3D Printer? There’s plenty to look for when it comes to finding the right 3D printer, but these considerations should be right at the top of your list as you shop around: Price – The most basic of 3D printers usually range from $350 to $1,500, according to Tom’s Guide. Higher-end printers top out at around $3,000, while commercial-grade 3D printers cost $11,000 or more. Type – Filament printing, based on ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) and PLA (polylactic acid) plastic, is the most common and least expensive form of 3D printing. Resin-based stereolithography (SLA) 3D printers are a bit more expensive, while printers that use fine powder and laser sintering techniques to create 3D prints are the most expensive types of 3D printers.   Key Features – there are plenty of key features that you want to be aware of. These features include additional extruders, increased resolution and large build areas for the printed product. Limitations – As with any burgeoning technology, 3D printing offers its fair share of limitations. For instance, some machines can only handle a single color or material at the time. Others may not have their own 3D printing software available, prompting you to search for open-source equivalents. Where 3D Printing Works Best 3D printing is ideal for quickly creating mockups and prototypes of newly developed parts and products. Instead of relying on a third party to create prototypes from complicated and often times expensive molds, prototypes that would normally exist only as a 3D representation on a computer screen can be brought into reality with the help of an on-site 3D printer. 3D printing is also ideal for creating highly customized end-use components for wide variety of implementations. For instance, an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist can print customized hearing aid components to suit a patient’s specific needs. What You Shouldn’t Expect from 3D Printing If your business involves small-scale manufacturing, then you’re probably thinking of all the things you could mass-produce with your new 3D printer. However, you might want to scale back your dreams of using additive manufacturing technology as a convenient substitute for existing manufacturing processes. While 3D printing may be ideal for producing highly-customized and highly-specific parts, mass production using 3D printer technology doesn’t look as promising. For starters, 3D printing doesn’t offer the same economy of scale as mass production using other methods. Currently, the cost of printing 3D objects outweighs any potential savings that could be had when it comes to mass production. In addition, printing costs are highly reliant on how well the space within the 3D printer can be used. As Matthias Holweg notes, contract manufacturers that do perform 3D printing on a large scale generally wait for large batches that can utilize the entire space within the 3D build room...

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5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Home Security Cameras

Posted by on Aug 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Home Security Cameras

Have you experienced a robbery or a break in at your home or small business recently or do you just not feel as safe in your neighborhood as you once did? It might be time to invest in a home security system. Home security cameras provide excellent insurance for your home or small business. Not only do they provide a sense of insurance, which is to say it makes much easier to catch the culprit who broke into your residence, but it also can act as a deterrent for potential break ins. This brief article serves to help you get the most out of your security cameras by offering 5 tips: proper placement, make them visible, enable motion detection, properly secure your DVR recordings and ensure that you have enough storage space. Proper Placement When it comes to placing your security cameras, make sure you have them placed in a proper setting. You don’t want your security cameras pointing at places that are not points of interest or just random areas thieves and burglars won’t want to access. Rather, place your security camera at points of access. For example, point them at your entrances or places where burglars can more easily enter your home or place of business. If it is a place of business, face them towards displays or in demand items or near registers or safes. Make Them Visible Remember, a security camera not only works as a way for you catch potential criminals, it actually serves as a criminal deterrent. Place the cameras easily within the field of a burglar’s vision. If criminals see a camera is set in an area that can easily pinpoint them and they will be visible for the authorities to see, they are much less likely to attempt a burglary. Make sure the camera’s security lights are easily visible during the nighttime hours for this same reason. Enable Motion Detection You can, generally speaking, set the hours you wish the camera to record in its digital settings. You can also make sure the camera picks up on in any motion that comes into its line of vision and will begin recording. This latter option is highly recommended. If you find that you have any missing items or break ins, you cans review the DVR components for any footage that picks specifically up on motions, so long as you are using a relatively new security camera system. Properly Secure Your DVR Recordings It is absolutely necessary you secure your DVR recordings, as well. Many criminals are quite crafty these days, and will know how to disable on sight DVR recordings of security camera footage if they are not properly secure. Make sure all of your DVR recordings that are direct feeds of your security cameras are password protected. There are also numerous efforts which you can go through to ensure these recordings will be tamper proof as well. For example, you can store your recording device in a locked box, as well as restrict access to the recordings by enabling password protection.  Ensure You Have Enough Storage Using up storage space has become an increasingly common problem among security camera owners who use digital technology. It is quite easy to check the amount of storage space you have left on your DVR;...

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Making A Move Without Breaking A Sweat: 3 Pieces Of Equipment For Moving Heavy Furniture

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Did you know that approximately 36 million Americans moved residences between 2012 and 2013? Moving can involve backbreaking labor, especially when it comes time to load and unload heavy furniture. If you’re not careful, you could easily injure your back or other muscles. Most Americans leave the backbreaking work to professional movers; however, you may want to move some of the heavy furniture yourself if you have the time. You can easily move heavy furniture and items without breaking a sweat with the help of these 3 specific pieces of equipment that come highly recommended from professional movers. Slide Air Dollies Underneath Large and Heavy Furniture and Appliances If you don’t want to shell out the money for air dollies, you can easily find many that can be rented. Air dollies are typically most effective on smooth surfaces. You slide the air beams under the load and turn on the blower after connecting all of the adapters in order to glide heavy furniture and items from one place to another with ease. You may have to tilt heavy furniture and appliances in order to get the air beams to fit underneath. The inflated air beams are most effective when they are within 1/4 inch of the base, and when all of the contact points are flat. You need to make sure that the air beams reach or extend past the rear of the load for safety purposes, but all in all, air dollies are quite easy to use and can make your work a lot easier than what you may have ever imagined. Air dollies are most commonly used for moving refrigerators, stoves and other extremely heavy appliances that would otherwise require a lot of manpower.  Place Moving Pads Under All Four Corners There are special moving pads that have been designed to help slide heavy furniture and appliances around with no effort at all. You simply tilt the furniture or heavy appliance that you will be moving to slide moving pads underneath all corners before you begin pushing the cargo in the right direction. The heavy furniture and appliances should slide with no effort at all. Friction will no longer be your worst enemy. These moving pads are suitable for both hard surfaces and carpets and even natural wood floors. Most professional movers recommend using moving pads on tables, desks, storage units, wardrobes and cabinets. In order to ensure that you can slide everything in a much easier manner, you should clean, vacuum or mop the floors beforehand in order to remove any dust, dirt or other particles that may have accumulated on the surfaces. Go Up and Down Steps or Inclines with Ramps If you don’t have ramps, you’ll basically be stuck when you’re at the stairs or steps. There are many ramps that can help solve this problem and make sure that you don’t have to lift any of the heavy furniture and appliances as you move them from room to room. When choosing a suitable ramp, make sure that the ramp is long enough and sturdy enough to handle the weight capacity of the heavy furniture or appliances that you will be moving.  Conclusion With the right equipment, moving household goods is a piece of cake, and you won’t even have to worry about breaking your back or...

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