December 2015 Blog Posts (3)

Things To Take Care of Before You Change Address

Moving is never easy. More so if you’re a student going away for further studies or somebody whose job requires him to constantly switch addresses. You hire labour to haul up your belongings, put them into boxes, and finally shove them up the back of a truck or lorry. And then when you move again or back home periodically, you repeat the whole process once more and incur the same charges. Then there are the goodbyes, the roots to uproot, memories to bid adieu to. In short, moving is not only…


Added by Anny on December 21, 2015 at 10:24am — No Comments

Replacement Window

Hi, Couple of questions. I believe this would be considered a Craftsman Bungalow? It was built sometime between the early 1900's to 1920's. It has all the original craftsman style door headers and doors inside. We've done quite a bit of work to the house. First pic is when we bought it. 2nd pic is the reason for 2nd question. We obviously need to replace the 2nd storey windows and was looking for opinions on window style. I am thinking it should be 3 over 1 single hung window in the front to…


Added by Leon Banina on December 10, 2015 at 1:55am — No Comments

Top Ten Advantages of Shopping for Furniture Online

If you want to upgrade your current furnishings, or if you want to buy a new set of furniture, then online furniture shopping is just the right option for you. Here you choose your dream furniture from an almost limitless number of choices in no time. Everyone knows that online shopping is less complicated and more time saving. Still, there are some buyers who are reluctant to shop online. There are some benefits of buying online furniture from online stores, which may convince you to change…


Added by Anny on December 2, 2015 at 5:09am — No Comments

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