Steps can present unique challenges for someone with mobility issues. With more people aging in place than ever, it becomes even more important to find the right railing for your stairs. Safety, convenience, and the right railing to match your space, taste and special needs becomes important. The choice of material, between wood, wrought iron and steel becomes important, as well as the use of the material in your home interior or exterior. But how do we install them? Let’s take a look!
Reviews are currency for local small businesses, and Woman-owned small businesses like ours. Reviews make or break you because people trust them, everyone can see them, and your competitors are also being reviewed. That’s why the number of positive reviews, the authors of the reviews and their biases, and the website where the customer found the review are all success factors.
In today’s competitive landscape, reviews are a window into the good, the bad, and the ugly of a small business. More than anything else, reviews are important because they are a reflection of what overs say about a small business, which is ultimately more important than what your business says about itself.
Small and local Woman-owned small businesses, as we discussed earlier, face particular challenges, and possess particular benefits that reviews play a particular role in.
We deserve to feel safe and comfortable in every part of our home, particularly in the bathroom, the space where we’re at our most vulnerable.
But for people who live with physical disabilities, the bathroom can be a tricky, even treacherous place. Showers are too slippery. Sinks and toilets can be too high. Mirrors are off limits. And the entire layout of the bathroom can make it difficult to move around.
In the construction industry, where only 5.5% of the workforce is female, and attempts to set aside jobs for Certified Woman-Owned Businesses, only a small fraction of jobs in the construction industry are awarded to women. We would like to share some advantages of female leadership and businesses advantages of working with Woman-Owned Small Businesses to stress the missed opportunities when women are not part of the solution.