Restaurant Owners: How To Prevent Odors In Your Restaurant

Posted on: 25 June 2015

No matter how hard you might try to avoid it, there is always a chance that odors could find their way into your restaurant. Between cooking, throwing away old food and dealing with spills both in the kitchen and in the dining area, it's inevitable that everything might not smell fresh and clean all of the time. However, unpleasant odors can make your restaurant seem less than pleasant and appealing and can even affect your reputation.
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4 One-Of-A-Kind Ideas For Transforming Your Bay Window In The Kitchen

Posted on: 23 May 2015

If you've decided that it is time to renovate your home with new windows or are building a brand new home, you may want to consider having a bay window installed in your kitchen. Some may avoid bay windows because of the "wasted" space in front of the window. However, this space does not need to go to waste. There are several things that you can do to make this space unique and very useful.
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Has Your New Business Experienced A Growth Spurt? Do You Need More Storage Space?

Posted on: 12 May 2015

Many new business owners start out renting small buildings that come with limited storage space. While getting started in your business, you may have found the space in your rented building enough for your needs. However, if you experience growth in your business, you may need to upgrade to more storage space. Making the best, most affordable choices is important to remain ahead in your profits. Instead of renting storage space, consider the benefits of owning your own storage building.
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4 Metal Roof Mistakes Than Can Ruin Your Installation

Posted on: 16 April 2015

Most homeowners today would find asphalt shingles on their roof. Only when it comes time to replace the roof's cladding do many realize that there are several different options in choosing the material, shape, style, and even color of the roofing supplies. Though there aren't many homes that have metal roofing yet, a lot of homeowners are discovering the value of this durable, low-maintenance, and highly customizable material. If you decide to install the metal roofing panels on your own, you will likely encounter problems unless you know what precautions to take.
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