Moving 101

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Getting ready for a move requires time, planning — and a good bit of hard work. Whether you’re moving from a larger space to a smaller one or vice versa, there are almost certainly items that you uncover as you consider a move that you don’t want to take with you. If you don’t want to move a ton of extra “stuff” that you may never use again, try these pre-move clean-out tips.

Keep, Toss, Donate
Organization experts recommend that you go through your items on a regular basis, determining what you simply can’t live without and what you simply won’t miss when it’s gone. If these items are in bad shape, you may not even be able to donate them and will need to toss them immediately. One way to move quickly through each room is to make three piles: one each to keep, toss and donate. When in doubt, give it away.

Use Color Coding
Getting organized is one thing, staying that way during a move is quite another! Try assigning a single color of tape or marker to each room in your home (and keeping track in a central location such as a moving clipboard). Each box or package that goes in your living room is marked with blue, for instance. This easy system allows you to see at a glance where a particular box belongs.

Keep it Clean
It’s always easier to clean as you go, as waiting until everything is finished can leave you with what feels like an overwhelming job. Try cleaning a bit in each room as you go, that way you’re one step closer to the door when it’s time to finish packing and hit the road.

Having the right tools for the job starts with working with a knowledgeable team. Contact the pros at West Coast Moving Systems today at 510-893-3810 to learn more or get a free video quote.

 

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West Coast Moving Systems

Moving doesn’t have to be a headache! When you are working with West Coast Moving Systems, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that we offer great rates with no haggling and no add-on fees. We have the best in clean, modern equipment that helps our expert handlers pack, deliver or store your valuables. Our virtual video estimate (link) lets you get a hassle-free, quick quote for your next move.

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Common Roof Leak locations and how to fix them safely

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Fussing to try and find a leak as soon as it happens is something that could put you in the hospital.

Meddling on a roof while it’s raining or covered with ice and snow isn’t the ideal way to find a leak. Trying to temporarily fix a leak could be highly dangerous. If you want to do it right, there is no quick-fix.

Just take your time, and be very patient and careful to wait for Mother Nature to give you the green light.

For more information visit: http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/rooms-and-spaces/exterior/top-10-roofing-tips

A Problem in Gestation

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About Interactive Medical Cases

Each interactive case presents an evolving patient history and a series of questions and exercises designed to test your diagnostic and therapeutic skills.

You will receive immediate feedback on your answers and treatment choices, along with the opportunity to compare your final score with those of your peers. Video, animation, and interactive content allow you to learn more about mechanisms, diagnostic tests, and treatments.

For article details visit: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMimc1102665?query=featured_obstetrics-gynecology

Most common types of lawsuits that businesses deal with

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Below are some of the most common types of business lawsuits:

– Discrimination/Harassment/Wrongful Termination.
– Wage Related Claims, Discrimination or Harassment.
– Intellectual Property/Patent Infringement.
– Breach of Contract.
– Actions in Tort.

If your company has been served with a complaint in a lawsuit, call The Williams Firm in Walnut Creek.