Easy Ways To Locate Silver U.S. Coins

If you're a beginning coin collector, one of the best places to start is by looking for silver U.S. coins. Prior to 1965, dimes and quarters in the United States were made mostly of silver. The coins were switched to non-silver materials after that, making pre-1965 coins a collector's item, as well as a minor form of investment. People save the coins and trade them for cash based on junk silver prices, which continue to go up. [Read More]

Furnace Basics 101: Energy Efficiency

You may remember your parents adding coal oil to the furnace if you grew up in a rural area in the 1970s during the energy crisis. It was cheap, smelled like kerosene, and heated the house warmly. Who doesn't remember bringing their pillow and favorite blanket to one of the floor registers and falling asleep feeling the forced air hitting their feet. Today's furnaces don't require coal oil. Furnaces run on gas, electric, or propane. [Read More]

A Reason To Hire From A Temporary Employee Agency

It can be frustrating owning a business and having employees leaving on vacations, getting sick, or just quitting on you. There are many employees that are out there that will be willing to help you out. There are different ways that you may be able to hire an individual. You can post a job listing to a website or in a local paper or start recruiting. A method that you may want to consider is hiring from a temporary employment agency. [Read More]

Creating A Dance Practice Studio In A Self-Storage Unit

If you have a child who is serious about dance, you may find that he or she needs extra space to practice. A self-storage unit can be a great option for giving your tiny dancer the space needed to work on routines and steps. To create a dance studio there are a few things you will need to do. Here are a few things to consider when transforming the unit into a dance studio. [Read More]