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You've taken the required classes, your home has
been inspected and you purchased curriculum
materials and plenty of books. Now all you need are
kids to fill your home daycare.
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Now all you need are kids to fill your home daycare. Fortunately,
you can advertise your business in several ways -- and many of
them are free.
Don't forget the good-old-fashion way of advertising: word of
mouth. So start telling everyone you know, including on social
media sites, and ask them to pass the word around about your
At the same time, implement several other advertising
campaigns. For more information visit to our website:
The Home stop
Install a sign in your yard, or put a vinyl banner on your porch.
People who live near you or drive by are potential clients.
Put your website address on the sign or phone number so
people can find out more information without having to knock on
your door. Use dark colors and large print so people in cars can
read the sign without stopping.
Include information about your program, experience,
home, hours, family and rates. For more information visit to
our website: thehomestop.org
Keeping your business plans in mind, you can design a home
salon to meet your needs, your clients' tastes and your budget.
Designing the space is one of the first steps you will have to take
to create an appealing and useful work space.
Sticking to a budget is as important as a good design, and you'll
want to avoid overinvesting in a home salon if you do not have
an established base of regular clients yet. One option is to
convert your garage into a work area with insulated walls,
power and water.
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he nature of mobile homes is such that a porch and steps are a
common home addition.
This is not a difficult task and the do-it-yourself home owner can
do this with just a little bit of wood working knowledge. Follow
the steps below to know how to build a porch on a mobile home.
Set corner posts with concrete. Plumb with a carpenter's level.
Let concrete set up.
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Eye on Home
Make what is known as a water level. Fill a container with water,
add a little food coloring and mix.
Have a helper hold one end of the tubing closed with his thumb,
or you may use a small clamp. Fill the other end of the plastic
tubing with the water to a point about 2 inches short of its
Tap and shake the tubing to remove any air bubbles. Now hold
your end of the tubing closed, also with your thumb or a clamp.
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Have your helper hold one end of the plastic tubing to the bottom
of the correctly supported I-beam.
The end of the tubing should be facing upward and the bottom
of the meniscus of the water in the tubing should be lined up with
the bottom of the I-beam. Then have your helper remove his
thumb or clamp from the end of the tubing.
Use the jack to slowly raise the I-beam until its bottom edge
reaches the same level as the bottom of the meniscus of the
tubing being held next to it.
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