Tips To Help You Inventory Your Business Supplies And Stock

The end of the year is approaching, and with it for many businesses comes inventory time when you need to count and make a record of your supplies. Inventory is essential to a business to help set a budget and to track any unnecessary spending and look for shrinkage, but it can be hard to do when your supplies and stock are a big mess. To prepare you for the upcoming inventory time, here are some tips to help you get organized. [Read More]

How To Properly Move A Flat Screen Television

Flat screen televisions are the centerpiece of your living room, but their large size and heavy weight, combined with the relative fragility of their screens, means that they can be a fairly hard item to move out of your old home and into your new one. Understanding the proper way to pack and move a flat screen television can help you do so without damaging your unit at all. Dismount [Read More]

Tips For Moving Paper Files

If you are relocating from an office you have been using for a long time, it's likely that you have a collection of physical (paper files) to move. If that is the case, use the following tips to pack and move your paper files efficiently and safely. Remove the Files From the Filing Cabinets It may seem convenient to transport your documents in their filing cabinets, but nothing can be further from the truth. [Read More]

5 Tricks To Packing Artwork That No One Will Tell You

A long distance move is nothing to take lightly. You have to pack your belongings carefully if you want them to survive the multi-day trek in a moving truck. Your artwork, especially, needs special attention before the trip.  1. Right Side Up: Many limited edition prints are framed using archival methods, which means using acid-free materials and a different mounting method than standard prints and posters. To mount a limited edition print in the matting, framers use archival tape at the top of the print and let it hang loosely. [Read More]