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How-To's & Tips - Don't Count on Luck - 16 Sweet Tips for the Best Home Security

Don't Count on Luck - 16 Sweet Tips for the Best Home Security

Don't test your luck with an opportunistic criminal. If your home is vulnerable, it will be far more likely to be intruded upon, ruining your sense of safety and security forever.

Fret not, as security steps like these are super easy to achieve. Stay Safe!

How-To's & Tips - How to Hang Swag in an Apartment (Cheap, Temporary, and Moveable)

How to Hang Swag in an Apartment (Cheap, Temporary, and Moveable)

Get cool, non-permanent lighting on the cheap. 

For this demonstration, all that you need for a sweet swag light where you need - or where you want it - is a swag kit from Lamps USA, a shade, a bulb, some Command Hooks, zip ties, and a way to reach the ceiling. Chances are that you have most of this already on-hand.

How-To's & Tips - Customer Concepts - Collapsible Lampshade Benefits and Assembly

Customer Concepts - Collapsible Lampshade Benefits and Assembly

When our customers speak, we listen and respond. We don’t just tell them the answer to their questions, we show them.

 

Case in point: Collapsible Lampshades from Home Concept

How-To's & Tips - 7 Home Improvement Projects You Can Finish in a Day!

7 Home Improvement Projects You Can Finish in a Day!

Seven easy home improvement projects that can be finished in a day. From your front door through every room in the house, you'll find a project that will enhance your home, improve your life and give you a sense of accomplishment. All you need is one day to make your home a happier place!
How-To's & Tips - 8 Secrets to Managing Home Improvement Like a Boss!

8 Secrets to Managing Home Improvement Like a Boss!

May is National Home Improvement Month! And there is no better time than right now to start planning your next home improvement project.
How-To's & Tips - Ceiling Fan Rotation Guide

Ceiling Fan Rotation Guide

In the winter the blades should rotate in a clockwise direction. This direction creates an updraft that forces the warm air near the ceiling down into the room. The air at the ceiling is 15 degrees warmer than that near the floor. Getting this warmer aid down to the floor creates comfort at a lower thermostat setting. Avoid a wind chill with the winter warming and use the fan on low speed.

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