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The quest for affordable online furniture takes you around the world

January 21, 2013

Last night you got sucked into one of those home improvement shows again. Now you must scour furniture stores for a new sofa. It’s your lucky day, because the boss is out of the office! You can search for affordable online furniture until you find the most amazing red leather couch of your dreams. Where […]

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Baby on the go? Baby proof your home!

January 21, 2013

There is an entirely new world of products and services that you need once your baby begins his or her first steps. Baby proofing in 2013 involves a lot more than gated stairways and child proofed cabinets. In fact, there are hidden dangers lurking in every corner of your home; some dangers so seemingly innocuous […]

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Remodeling Can Be a Better Investment for Homeowners

January 21, 2013

Bathroom remodeling can help keep your home’s value from going down the toilet. Many people are looking to make home improvements rather than selling their homes and buying new ones. It’s a stand many people are taking in the current housing market, with remodeling activity seeing a jump since 2011. According to the National Association […]

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Jackson Hole Commercial Real Estate

January 21, 2013

The Grand Teton is a well known mountain near Jackson Hole Wyoming. Bill Briggs was the first person to ski down its impressive 13,722 foot slope. He accomplished this feet in 1971 and was inducted in to the National Ski Hall of fame for it in April 2009. Lots of people have been coming to […]

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An opportunity for reimbursement from Uncle Sam

January 21, 2013

Moving is never easy, and military moving is no exception. That is why the dity move program was created. It is a program designed to help ease the stresses of a military move with a cash reimbursement opportunity. The dity program, or a dity move (do it yourself move) is a voluntary government program that […]

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How to Help Eliminate Polluted Storm Water Drainage

January 21, 2013

Stormwater runoff is unfiltered water that reaches streams, lakes, and oceans by means of flowing across impervious surfaces such as roads, parking lots, drive ways, and roofs. Naturally, rain water would dissolve into the ground, however this process is destroyed when buildings, roads, and parking lots cover the ground. Instead, rain runs into storm drains […]

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