Dealing With Faded Stripes? How To Avoid Problems When You Re-Stripe Your Parking Lot

Posted on: 11 February 2021

Winter is on the way out. Now's the time to spend some time assessing the condition of your commercial parking lot. Winter weather can cause considerable damage to your parking lot. That's why it's so important that you take care of the repairs as soon as the weather warms up. Most business owners know that they need to repair cracks and potholes in their parking lots. But they might not know that they also need to repaint their parking lot stripes.
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Reasons To Buy A Silver Bracelet With A Toggle Clasp

Posted on: 18 January 2021

When you visit your local jewelry store to start shopping for a silver bracelet, the details that you'll notice right away will likely be the size, style, and price of each piece you look at. While the right combination of these things can play a pivotal role in determining which bracelet you buy, you should also look at different bracelets' clasp styles. One clasp style that you'll commonly notice on a lot of silver bracelets is what is known as a toggle clasp.
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Trouble Planning Your In-Person Corporate Event? 4 Reasons To Plan A Virtual Event Instead

Posted on: 17 December 2020

If you need to plan a corporate event, but current conditions are making that difficult, it's time to consider a virtual event. One of the great things about virtual events is that you don't need to worry about renting additional space. You also don't need to worry about the added expense of preparing the space for your event. If you're still not sure that a virtual event is the right way to go, read the information provided below.
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Bring Some Cool Features To Your Backyard Pond

Posted on: 14 September 2016

If your property wasn't blessed with the beauty of a backyard pond, put in your own! A pond can really change the curb appeal as well as the atmosphere of your exterior spaces. Furthermore, it is easy and inexpensive to create your own water feature for your green space when you start with prefabricated pond liners: First, dig a hole slightly larger than your liner and a couple inches deeper than it needs to sit flush with the ground.
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