Retail Business Owners: Keeping Customers Comfortable

5 Ways to Promote Your Business with Custom Water-Bottle Labels

Are you looking for inexpensive and simple ways to market your business to your potential clients? You can use customized water bottles to let people know about you and the services you can provide. Your water bottles can be printed with the name of your business, your contact information, and anything else your customers need to know, and here are five ways to use them that can bring instant traffic into your business. Read More 

5 Common Household Items That You Should Recycle (But Probably Don’t)

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know how important recycling is. If you are already recycling items in your kitchen or office, that's great, but there's a chance you could be overlooking a few common household items that you should be recycling. Whether you are looking to be kinder to the planet, or just want to save some money by recycling your old stuff, here are five common household items that you should be recycling, if you aren't already. Read More 

4 Dangers of Not Cleaning the Gutters

Many people are very considered about the upkeep and maintenance of their home, and for good reason. They want their home to look nice and they want their home to last them a long time so that they can pass it off onto their next of kin or simply sell it off for a high market value. Your gutters might often be passed over when you are upkeeping and maintaining your home. Read More 

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