Giving An Old Wooden Dresser A Distressed Appearance

If you had found an old wooden dresser at a yard sale recently, you may want to try your hand at revamping it in to a work of art with a distressed style. Distressing is a process done to make a piece of wood furniture appear weathered and worn. It is a trend in the decorating world that may make your dresser stand out as a great conversation piece within your home. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Employment Law

Oftentimes, people don't know what their rights are in the workplace. They go to work day in and day out and do their job to the best of their abilities. They figure they don't have the right to say anything when someone treats them wrongly. However, that isn't the case. If you are dealing with any of the following, you need to talk with an employment attorney about filing a case against the perpetrator. Read More 

When Is It Legally Required For Your Business To Shred Documents?

For security and legal reasons, it's vital that your small business or organization shreds sensitive documents. The problem is that occasionally, destroying documentation via paper shredding can get you into trouble if it is not done properly.  How do you tell the difference between what you legally must shred and what you legally cannot? Here are some guidelines. What is All Right to Shred? Most small businesses keep customer records and other information about sales and products that they would not want to have competitors view. Read More 

3 Ways You Know You Need A Custom Builder For Your New Home

If looking at house designs and options with subdivision builders in your area has left you disappointed, it's time to meet with a custom builder to find what you need. Builders that put up several houses in a subdivision they own often keep costs down by limiting the homeowner's selections and options, but this can be disappointing. Here are a few ways you'll know if you need a custom builder to get the house you want. Read More