Archive for January, 2014

O Say Can You See The American Flag Flying Out Front?

Written by admin on January 18, 2014. Posted in Cotton american flags, Flutter flags

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As patriotic Americans, many of us like to put up US flags to celebrate the 4th of July, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day. Oftentimes, we have flag poles in our yard for just these occasions. Many of us purchase plastic outdoor flags or flutter flags with wooden staffs that can be stuck inn the ground of the above mentioned holidays. Have you ever considered, however, that we don’t have to wait until a national holiday comes around to demonstrate our patriotism? There is no reason that outdoor flags sporting the stars and stripes can’t wave mightily in our front yards year round.

When we hang American flags on our property all year ’round, we are telling the world that we believe in American exceptionalism– that we are proud to live in the greatest country in the world. We also encourage that sentiment

Homes Pose Most Dangers to Young Children

Written by admin on January 16, 2014. Posted in Nylon cable glands, Screw cover caps, Wire management

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When are children most at risk in your home? The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) reports that kids are most likely to suffer serious harm from birth to four years old. Infant and toddler safety is major concern all around the world, and with good reason. Every year, young children suffer from electrocution, electrical burns, falls, and choking hazards. Here’s what you’ll need to keep little ones safe:

Desk Grommets and Color Cable Ties

Hard plastic or rubber grommets fit into desktops and tabletops. The circular or oblong products keep wires away from desk edges, ledges, corners, and doors that may break, bend, or tear electrical cords. Moreover, furniture grommets can be a