Things To Consider For Home Office Additions

Do You Need Privacy for Client Visits? There are many things to consider when planning a home office addition. You will need to figure out what type of storage, furniture and equipment you need, and if you plan to have clients visit, your new home office be located in a quiet area and should have an outside entrance for privacy. Your home office should also have a bathroom or access to one that is close enough to be convenient for your clients. Read More 

Expanding Your Business To Include Trailer Financing

With an expected industry growth of more than 64 percent in the next 9 years, and a steady increase of tonnage from the 68.5 percent in 2012, the trucking industry is poised to continue its growth and development into the years to come. This growth has been attributed to the steady improvement and strengthening of the economy and the cautious but optimistic expectation that it will continue to do so. Providing financing for trucking companies to purchase new trucks and trailers seems like a solid investment. Read More 

Three Defects To Address Before You Get Your Home Painted

Applying a new coat of paint to the exterior of an old home is a tedious but necessary job. To make sure that all the paint sticks and you don't have to leave a lot of imperfections that will ruin the visual impact of the new coat, a preliminary inspection is necessary. Before you either start with your paint job in earnest or hire a painting contractor, examine the outside of your home for these three defects: Read More 

Four Top Ways To Improve Your Warehouse Efficiency

If you own or manage a warehouse, you know that efficiency equals profit. Read on to learn four ways you can make your warehouse more efficient and beef up your bottom line. Use Warehouse Management Software One of the best ways to increase warehouse efficiency is to use warehouse management software. Current programs go far beyond simple in-house spreadsheets for keeping inventory, which must be periodically updated and therefore only give static data. Read More 

Patching a Wooden Garage Door

If you have accidentally bumped your garage door with your vehicle, and you have a hole or crack left in the wood as a result, you will want to fix it in order to be able to open and close your door without risk of further breakage. Leaving the damage could also result in moisture being retained in the wood which would in turn cause rotting or mildew. Repairing small cracks or holes in a wooden garage door can be done using a few items you can pick up at your local hardware store. Read More