• READY OR NOT
    Whether it’s a hurricane or a tornado, a fire or a flood, or even a cyberattack, any business can be hit by a disaster. But by preparing your company for the worst, you can not only survive whatever happens but recover more quickly than the competition.
  • Sous-Vide Cooking at Home
    Have you ever been served a grilled steak that was dry and overcooked on the outside, yet a portion of the inside was still pink and moist? What a disappointment! If your steak had been prepared using the sous-vide process, it would have been cooked evenly all the way through. 
  • HomeAid Atlanta: Building New Lives
    2018 has been HomeAid Atlanta’s biggest year to date, and late summer and early fall were busy as ever with Care Days, a new renovation project, and the return of Project Playhouse.
  • TREND WATCH
    Tile has always been an adaptable product, but its versatility has been increasing steadily over the last several years because of new technology. 
  • Better Safe Than Sorry
    Keeping your business prepared means having the right tools in place if a hurricane, storm or other disaster strikes. FEMA, the National Hurricane Survival Initiative and other groups recommend that every business have the following items on hand.
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