Monthly Archives December 2014

What Everyone Needs to Know Before Choosing a Public Adjuster

Flood damage

What is a public adjuster?

By definition, a public adjuster represents homeowners who have suffered extensive property damage, like flood damage or fire damage, after a natural disaster. The public adjuster’s job is to appraise and negotiate the homeowner’s insurance claim and get the best outcome possible.

So if you’re still reeling from a natural disaster or severe weather event that has damaged your property, you’re likely getting calls from several different public adjusters right now.

However, choosing the wrong public adjuster could mean losing out on having your claim adjust

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‘Tis the Season to Give Back to Our Nation’s Veterans

Children in need clothing

The holiday season is truly the most wonderful time of the year, and an important time to give back to the military community and veterans who have sacrificed so much in the name of freedom.

The holidays are not only busy for retailers and businesses, it’s one of the busiest times of year for charities and organizations that help military families and veterans. Charities for military families and veterans often receive an influx of charitable donations from the community during the holiday season, including money, non-perishable food items, household appliances and goods, and perhaps most importantly, gently-used clothing donations.

Did you that the majority of clothing and textile discarded in the United States could

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Tips for Reducing Your Winter Heating Costs

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Your heating and cooling units work extra hard during the winter to keep you and your house warm. Unfortunately, this means that the bill for your heating and cooling services can get pretty intimidating in the colder months. So what can you do to stay warm without breaking the bank?

Each degree you turn your heat down saves you money on utility bills, but no one wants to be cold. A great way to save money is to turn heating and cooling units down or off overnight and add a few extra blankets to the bed. Down comforters and mattress toppers are a great way to stay warm when you’re trying to save money overnight, but you don’t even have to use them if you have plenty of throw blankets hanging arou

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Adjustable Beds For Healthy Sleep

Adjustable bed repair

Sleep is one of the most important aspects of leading a life full of healthy habits. Getting the recommended eight hours of sleep a night can be difficult enough with the business of daily life, but your bed comfort should not be a concern in a lack of restful sleep. To sleep better at night and feel better during the day, the type of bed that you sleep in is an important factor. If you find that you are having problems sleeping at night in your traditional flat bed and even may admit to having a better more thorough nights sleep when you fall asleep on the couch or sitting up in your reclining chair, it is time to consider getting rid of your mattress and exchange it for one with adjustable bed

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A Step by Step Checklist for Cleaning Sheds and Garages

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Cleaning out a shed or garage can seem pretty daunting. It’s easy to come up with excuses as to why you don’t have time to do it. Your cat is sick. You have to take the kids to soccer practice. You have to wash your hair. The point is, the space is not going to clean itself, and the only person who is actually going to do it is you. Here is a short, step by step guide to cleaning garages and sheds that will help you get the project done in no time.

1. Evaluate What You Need
The first step in cleaning sheds and garages is to take stock of exactly what’s in it and whether or not it needs to be kept. Make three piles for things: one pile to donate, one to keep, and one to throw away. Be honest with yourself about where

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