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Posted by Linda on May 28, 2015  |   No Comments »
Personal Duty Lockers

On Wednesday, May 20th, David Letterman walked out on stage for the last time. In honor of the longest running (and arguably one the greatest) late night talk show hosts in history, I thought it would be appropriate to do a Top 10 ten list (famous comedians not included). In a previous blog post

Posted by Linda on May 19, 2015  |   No Comments »
sterile processing strorage

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. After a long winter huddled up inside glued to Netflix binge watching the hottest series, I’m compelled to clean out my house and purge all of my unused stuff the minute we have a hint of spring. I absolutely love spring cleaning. There is no

Posted by Natalie on May 7, 2015  |   No Comments »
Public Safety Storage

I was in the Container Store a few days ago to buy parts for our kitchen pantry shelving. As I looked through the lengthy catalogue of closet components, I tried to decide what would help make my messy pantry a little less stress-inducing each time I open the door. Feeling overwhelmed by the

Posted by Linda on April 30, 2015  |   No Comments »
evidence storage lockers

As a sales rep with over 15 years’ experience, I’ve learned how to ask a lot of questions; and with all the storage options it’s important not only to ask questions but to ask the right questions. In public safety we often start the conversation with: What kind of evidence are you storing?

Posted by Robert on April 6, 2015  |   No Comments »
High Density Mobile Shelving

“Don’t think of it as movable shelving, think of it as a movable aisle.” That’s what our innovative mail order storage rep suggested in a recent video. I wonder what he says about the end panels on movable shelving? Maybe he doesn’t even discuss them at all. That would be a shame.

Posted by Kecia on March 5, 2015  |   No Comments »
patient privacy screens

Hospitals by definition are places of healing and recovery. You go there to receive care for an illness, recover from a surgical procedure or heal following an accident. The idea is that you leave on the mend, feeling better than when you arrived. But what happens when the hospital makes you

Posted by Natalie on March 4, 2015  |   No Comments »

Over the weekend, I was playing an intense game of Tetris on my phone. I know, I’m showing I am a true child of the eighties by sticking to new versions of old Nintendo games instead of flashier games like Candy Crush or Angry Birds. (What can I say? I am a creature of habit.) As I

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