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Homeowners: Five Key Signs You Need a New Boiler

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It is incredibly easy to take central heating for granted – which makes the inevitable upheaval when your boiler dies all the more stressful to navigate. With reports that major energy companies are finding it difficult to deliver maintenance and service, it’s more important than ever that you log any issues you’re having with your own boiler as soon as you possibly can. But how can you tell that your boiler is on its way out? Continue reading Homeowners: Five Key Signs You Need a New Boiler

Art Conservation Versus Restoration: What’s the Difference?

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Fragmentary Colossal Head of a Youth Photo by Gail

Many who pride themselves on being knowledgeable about art are missing important distinctions about the difference between art conservation and art restoration. While they are both concerned with improving the appearance of artwork, the processes vary greatly. Understanding these differences is important for art owners who are looking to restore or conserve their pieces. Read on to help yourself differentiate between art conservation and art restoration.

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The Most Common Problems with Apple Macs and How to Fix Them

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Apple’s MacBooks, iMacs, and iMac Pros are great for a number of reasons. They are packed with great hardware that make them capable machines. They also come with macOS, which offers smooth user experience and plenty of macOS apps for your every need. Even better, Macs are generally beautifully-made and well-designed, which is why they are so appealing to many.

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Rant of The Month: COMP*USA Bites the Big One

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IN-COMP USA…

The following is a letter of grievance sent by a writer friend of mine regarding her local COMP*USA store in Augusta, Georgia in response to the shitty service she received when she took her Apple iBook in for repairs. Enjoy!

Ms. Loretta Anderson
Manager for Corporate Customer Services
CompUSA
14951 North Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75254

Dear Ms. Anderson:

In a world that is so rushed, where few people have the time or patience to help others, where outstanding customer service is a rarity instead of a given, it is always rewarding to shop in a store that treats its patrons with respect and courtesy. Continue reading Rant of The Month: COMP*USA Bites the Big One