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Adding A Counting Scale To Your Warehouse Workflow

If you run a small business manufacturing or reselling small parts to factories or retailers, it is imperative that you make precise counts of your inventory for pricing and packaging accuracy. Counting thousands of parts is boring and time-consuming. However, you can count thousands of miniscule parts quickly with an industrial counting scale. Investing in a counting scale can save you time and decrease your labor costs. If you are unfamiliar with the features of counting scales, the following primer can help you make an informed purchasing decision. Read More 

Tips For Conducting A Pre-Litigation Asset Search

Even though you may have a slam-dunk case that will net you thousands of dollars in compensation for damages, it won't do you much good if the defendant can't pay the judgment. Before spending time and money litigating your case, it's a good idea to determine if the defendant has enough money and assets to pay for your losses. Here are a few tips for conducting a pre-litigation asset search. Read More 

Security Considerations When Moving Home

Relocating can be a very exciting time as you and your family look to settle in your new neighborhood. With all of the excitement and drama going on, many people forget that relocating is actually a very dangerous time for robberies, as you aren't yet familiar with your surroundings. To make sure you're safe in your new area, consider the following three tips before getting settled into your new house: Read More 

Open-Cell Vs. Closed-Cell: Which Works Best For Your Insulation Needs?

Whether you're building a new home or in the process of renovating, there comes a point when you need to think about your home's insulation. Spray foam insulation is often used in place of more traditional materials, mostly for its remarkable performance when compared to traditional insulation types. There are two types of spray foam insulation: open-cell and closed-cell. The following explains the differences between the two and their ideal applications, giving you a better idea of which one works best for your home's insulation needs. Read More