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Port St. Lucie a Growing Destination for Home along the Florida Coast
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Port St. Lucie a Growing Destination for Home along the Florida Coast

A fast-growing city along the Treasure Coast of east Florida, Port St. Lucie is an ideal destination for those looking to move to a warmer, coastal climate. Port St. Lucie’s population has nearly doubled to almost 175,000 over the last 15 years. It has a diverse demographic as minorities make up nearly 40 percent of the population. As a result, the real [...]

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3 of the Most Popular Smart Home Locks
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3 of the Most Popular Smart Home Locks

In order to get the most out of the smart home technology, many are installing smart locks in their doors nowadays. These devices can automatically detect the owner’s presence via the Bluetooth connection of a Smartphone(or Bluetooth key fob) and unlock the front door automatically when the owner shows up. It’s also possible to give electronic keys that fit these [...]

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Titatium Cookware
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Titatium Cookware

One of the major qualities that you should look for in pots and pans is durability and that is exactly what Titatium cookware offers. It actually is the latest in the market and specially designed for commercial use. Some of the features that makes it suitable for this kind of setting is its long life. This line of cookware comes [...]

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5 Ways to Make Sure Your Hard Hat Is Up to Safety Standards
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5 Ways to Make Sure Your Hard Hat Is Up to Safety Standards

Hard hats are considered the most commonly used form of PPE as dedicated by OSHA. Whether a worker is conducting a job in construction, manufacturing, welding, or oil and gas, a hard hat is the first PPE (also known as personal protective equipment) line of defense against injury. As with riding a motorcycle or playing baseball, the head is a [...]

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5 Steps to a Stress-Free Divorce
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5 Steps to a Stress-Free Divorce

While the media loves a good story of a thorny divorce rife with dramatic allegations and prolonged fights for custody and assets, most couples that are parting ways simply want the issues resolved. Divorce is an expensive and depressing process. Even if you’re parting on the best of terms, a divorce forces you to confront the reality that one chapter [...]

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Vintage Furniture Types
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Vintage Furniture Types

Vintage furniture is the furniture which accurately represents or/and comes from a specific/certain time period. Vintage-furniture may come from past time periods, like the 1700s or even the 1960s. The classifications of vintage furniture is usually based on symmetry, ornamentation, the type of materials used and the style of the legs, the feet and the backs. Styles of vintage furniture [...]

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