13
Apr

The Trouble With Moving – Part 4 – Time To Pack

The move is on! You’ve found your new home and your moving date is set. You’ve decided to do some (or perhaps all) of your packing yourself. Awesome! Today we’ll talk a bit about some good packing practices. The last thing you want to deal with while getting settled into your new home is to open up your boxes and

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13
Mar

The Trouble With Moving – Part 3 – Who Should I Call?

It’s at this point of our Trouble With Moving discussion that I’m going to inject some shameless self-promotion. As I’ve mentioned in other blog posts, there are many moving companies available to assist with your move. There are your standard movers who will happily move your one-bedroom college apartment. There are movers that can move your 20’ tall Godzilla sculpture

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6
Mar

The Trouble With Moving – Part 2 – I’ve Lost All My Notes!

So, you’re moving. You’ve gotten the call and you’re moving up to the majors! (Or down to the minors. Or you’ve decided that you just can’t deal with the humidity in the summers. Ultimately the reason for the move is irrelevant for the purposes of this discussion.) You’ve worked out who is going to pack and all of that fun

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23
Feb

The Trouble With Moving – Part 1 – Cousin Larry Doesn’t Like Dogs!

We often talk about the struggles associated with moving. Today we’re going to revisit one of those troubles. Why? Because at some time or another, you’re going to have to move. Regardless of the reason for a move, there are some things that can be done to help it go smoothly and to mitigate the stresses that can often accompany

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7
Feb

Naples News – Jim Henderson Is Big On Solar

Many things occupy Jim Henderson’s days, but he always has time to talk solar. After flipping the switch on the solar installation here at our warehousing facility, Jim has been busy on the circuit espousing the virtues of solar, both economical and environmental. You can read more about Jim’s foray into the wonderful world of solar in this article published

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31
Jan

Some Advice When Pulling A Trailer

I recently saw this clip online and thought it worth sharing. While it’s generally our advice to leave hauling items to the professionals, sometimes it makes sense to do the job yourself. So, should you find yourself needing to pull a trailer behind your vehicle, pay attention to some of the basics of trailering and you’ll be that much safer

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16
Dec

How To Move A Priceless Piano Into A 24th Floor Penthouse

We often have the privilege of handling the logistics of some really amazing pieces. Recently we got to move one of the world’s more impressive pianos, an M. Liminal grand piano manufactured by Fazioli.   Watch the video above. Only eight of these pianos have ever been crafted. With a price nearing a quarter of a million dollars, it’s not

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16
Dec

U.S. Installs Record Amount Of Solar in 2016

Another milestone! The United States continues to grow its love for alternative energy sources! In the first three quarters of 2016 more solar installations were completed than in all of 2015. With the boom of worldwide solar the prices have begun dropping, resulting in more accessible installations. Political views aside, this article illustrates what green-minded consumers are hoping for: that renewable technology

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5
Dec

France To Close All Coal Burning Power Plants

In a move to achieve carbon neutrality by the year 2050, French President Francois Hollande has pledged to shut down all coal burning power plants by 2023. France has beat many of the world’s countries to the punch by utilizing nuclear fission as a power source for more than 75% of the country’s power. (Making around $2.5 billion dollars by

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14
Oct

Solar Moving To More Affordable Price Points!

As most things tech-related go, prices usually drop the longer any given technology has been around. Fortunately the same appears be holding true in the solar arena. According to a recent article on futurism.com, the average price for solar technology has dropped a whopping 25% over the last five years. Some of this is due to incentivized programs and some is

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