Choosing An Age Appropriate Inflatable For Your Child's Birthday Party

Posted on: 9 February 2016

Entertainment is an integral part of your child's birthday party. Apart from ensuring that you serve adequate snacks and drinks, you must also provide your child and colleagues with fun activities. Hiring birthday party inflatables is one way to make your little one's celebration enjoyable and memorable. The beauty is that inflatables are easy to set up and the youngsters will have a good time. Considering that the party rental company will have many options, the question that lingers on your mind is which one is the most suitable for your party? [Read More]

How To Sell Gold Jewelry Online

Posted on: 28 December 2015

If you have a piece or two of gold jewelry that you would like to sell online, you can do the following to research and sell your jewelry: Examine and Weigh Your Jewelry - Note the karat designation of your gold jewelry (10k, 14k, or 18k) that is stamped on the inside or reverse side. Weight your gold jewelry. If you do not have a gram scale, go to a local jewelry store and ask them to weigh your jewelry for you. [Read More]

Changing Bathrooms From Drab To Fab With A Bath And Shower Set

Posted on: 26 October 2015

When you purchase a home or move into an apartment, often the walls may be painted a neutral color, such as off-white, taupe, cream or beige. You may not have the time, skills or inclination to change the wall colors, but don't want your rooms to be boring. Investing in a bath and shower set online is a speedy way to transform your drab bathrooms into compelling reflections of your personality. [Read More]

Need A Fireplace Grate? Three Basic Types To Consider

Posted on: 23 October 2015

If your old fireplace grate has seen better days, it's time to upgrade. If you're burning "bare floor" then it's time to get with the program. The following explains why grates are important and how to determine which of the three main types may work best for you. Why Are Grates Needed? A grate lifts the wood off the floor of the fireplace. That allows air to be pulled in from underneath the wood. [Read More]