Category Archive: DIY

Aug 04

Best rated California State Companies

Are you looking for the best service companies in California? The Best of list includes construction companies, landscapers, and even lawyers. Here are the top rated companies for California State based on customer provided reviews from the service provider directory. The following companies received customer reviews with the highest ratings. Whilshire Appliance Repair Great …

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May 14

Four Tips for Making Sure Your Employment Contract Isn’t Terrible for You

An employment contract is a document that essentially outlines the details of a person’s employment with an employer. It is used to keep everyone involved aware of what the specifics concerning the employee’s job and duties are. Sometimes, employment contracts can have questionable content hidden within them, or they may even be vaguely written to …

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Apr 21

5 Fix-it Projects that Belong to the Professionals

These days with the help of YouTube and other internet blogs, we have the gift of DYI power when it comes to home improvement projects. Some fix-it projects can be done with only a few trips to Home Depot. But we’re not completely invisible nor omniscient. Other projects in the home require specialized knowledge, tools …

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Apr 18

Work Organization: Six Tips to Organizing Your Office Space

Anyone who has an office space, from a table or cubicle to a full blown corner office probably knows that organization can help to make them more productive. However, organizing your office space is often easier said, than done. Here are six tips to make the most of your office space and get organized: 1 …

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Apr 15

Can’t Land a Job? 5 Reasons Why You Might Not be Passing Your Background Check

Have you ever nailed a job interview only to later find you did not pass your background check? If you are not completely honest about your background upfront, an employer may see your deceit as a red flag. Perhaps you have been honest on your applications and with your resume, but you still haven’t been …

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Apr 01

Five Ways You Can Make a Landscaping Project Affordable

Landscaping seems like a daunting and expensive job, but it doesn’t have to be. Slow down, let yourself enjoy the project, and don’t think you have to spend a lot of money. The five steps listed below can start you on a manageable and enjoyable landscaping journey. #1 Prioritize Don’t think you have to go …

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Mar 20

Tips for buying new carpet

      So you are thinking about new carpet and you don’t know where to start.   [pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]This is understandable given all the different options to choose from.[/pullquote] Should you go with the cut and loop pile carpet with its varied texture to help hide footprints or perhaps the velvet plush …

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Mar 12

Save Your Money: Six Government Tax Credits You May Miss

Each year, tax season rolls around and, inevitably, taxpayers fail to claim all of the possible government tax credits that could help them avoid making a payment to the IRS on April 15. If you avoid these missteps, you can be one of the taxpayers savvy enough not to leave money on the table. 1. …

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Jan 09

How To Check Your Roof For Leaks

Photo credit: Free Digital Photos by Xedos4 Each year, the weather wreaks havoc on your roof. With each spell of ice, small particles are dislodged. The sun itself causes wear and tear. Acid rain promotes decay. Is your roof actually able to stand up to it? With a routine maintenance program, the answer is a …

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Dec 23

The 10 Essentials for Acing Your Job Interview

Going to a job interview can be an incredibly stressful process, but being prepared can make you feel a little more comfortable. When you’re comfortable, you’ll perform better in the interview and have a better chance of getting the job.   1. A well-groomed appearance Men should ensure that they shave properly with a razor, …

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