In keeping with our mandate to listen and respond to our customers’ needs, Rapid True Value has expanded our product portfolio to include do-it-yourself hurricane shutters in a box. This product is an easy to install alternative to the traditional ply board used to batten down windows and doors in the event of a storm or hurricane.
Changing a tire
Scenario: Breakfast: check Kids at school: Check and check. You’re making good time having taken every taximan’s shortcut you know, and you’re feeling confident that you can make it to the office before the big meeting with enough time for a cup of coffee when you notice strange men on the road gesturing toward you.
Just as you start fuming about how these men nowadays are so forward, the driver pulls beside you and winds down his window. You are gearing up to cuss him off for whatever he’s about to say when he yells “lady u back tire sawf sawf, look like u ‘av a flat.”
In the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, on the patio, in the yard, pests are everywhere! They stay close to humans because we are their supermarket. They want our food, fresh or discarded. A simple lapse, like dropping a cookie crumb on the floor, calls out the entire ant army in seconds. And these ants don’t play like the Reggae Boyz. If they turn on you, you better run like crazy.
Rapid True Value forms valuable 'union' - Customers to benefit from Western Union-Bill Express partnershipPosted January 5th, 2010
There is a new section in four Rapid True Value outlets across Jamaica which are expanding on the nuts and bolts (plus just about anything required for home maintenance and improvement) of the business they are renown for. It is an inward expansion of sorts, as there is further utilisation of existing floor space, but also outward, in terms of what the organisation offers to its clients.
Sometimes we know exactly what needs improvement in our homes, what items can complete a room or the part we need to fix a broken household item. Other times we just sense that something is missing or needs change but we can’t quite pinpoint anything in particular.
If you find yourself in this position here’s what you can do for inspiration:
It’s October. That means we have about two more months before the Christmas shopping takes over. This is the perfect time to get all the goodies you need to make your home, car and office look and feel ‘Christmasy.’ We assume everyone knows what Christmasy means. If you happened to have hopped off the planet for a while, it’s simply making your surroundings depict the season in splendor.
Most people enjoy the outdoors. Getting close to the trees, flowers, vines, grass and even the dirt gives us some primal pleasure. That’s why many of us spend so much time in our backyards, when we have one.
The yard has a life of its own that is made more enjoyable when we design it to suit our outdoor needs. Mother Nature is perfect in God’s eyes, but we mortals can always find a way to put our own stamp on whatever piece of it we own.
We’ve searched and searched and now we bring you the best do-it-yourself stain removal tricks we could find:
Apply a clean sponge that has been dipped in white vinegar to the stain.
Wash item in the usual way. Do NOT put in a dryer, as heat will set any remaining stain.
Closets are small enclosed spaces used generally for storage or hanging clothes in a house or building. Cabinets, cupboards, pantries, wardrobes, armoires are other types of closets. Whatever their purpose, closets are personal spaces that we never seem to have enough of. But with some thought and planning storage space can be added or expanded within your building.
If you’ve never had to fix a loosely hanging cupboard door or shift a drawer handle then consider yourself lucky. Sometimes even the simplest household jobs can seem like building a house for those of us who were born minus the handyman gene.
But if you’ve reached the point where that cupboard door has hit you in the head for the last time, then you might need a power drill.