• The Safest Way to Move an Upright Piano

    Upright pianos are huge, heavy and awkward. Moving one requires several strong people who are not only physically able but willing to exercise patience. Like any other musical instrument, upright pianos are fragile and easily damaged; therefore, jamming them through doors and sliding them down stairs is never an option. It takes time, planning and preparation. Preparing Your Team Begin by opening the truck and pulling down the ramp so it's ready when you're outside.
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  • Unseen Pests That May Be Hiding in Your Home

    Pest infestations in the home can be quite a frustrating experience. More so if you were not negligent with your hygiene practices to warrant an infestation. However, it should be noted that there are some pest infestations that are harder to pinpoint. This is typically because they may not cause you any immediate inconveniences, therefore you may not even know you are living with them. However, this does not mean that these unseen pests are harmless, as they could be steadily compromising the structural integrity of your home.
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  • 3 Tactics To Prepare Sentimental Baby Clothes For The Self-Storage Facility

    Your children may have outgrown their clothes, but it's unlikely that you've outgrown your sentiments for these items—especially if they are associated with your child's first movement, christening or return from the hospital. Parents love the idea of storing baby clothes in the hopes that they can pass it on to future other kids or even grandkids. But baby clothes stored improperly over the years can cause baby clothes to rot and get damaged.
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