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Constantly Improving! - Remember Me Feature

Asking customers to enter their information every time they buy something can slow things down and lead to frustration. To solve this, we are introducing Remember Me. Remember Me allows customers to securely save their personal and credit card information so they can check out in seconds. How it works, On the first purchase customers can opt in to Remember Me by clicking a checkbox and entering their phone number at the end of their checkout. We’ve extensively tested this placement and are confident that it’ll improve the conversion rate and purchase experience for repeat buyers. On the next purchase Customers will...

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Wholesale Home Improvements now recognized as Google Trusted Store

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We are excited to announce that we were recently selected to join the Google Trusted Stores program. To help shoppers identify online merchants that offer a great shopping experience, the Google Trusted Store badge is awarded to e-commerce sites that demonstrate a track record of on-time shipping and excellent customer service. When visiting the Wholesale Home Improvements website, shoppers will see a Google Trusted Store badge and can click on it for more information. As an added benefit, when a shopper makes a purchase at a Google Trusted Store, they have the option to select free purchase protection from Google. Then...

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Why can't I checkout during the weekends?

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Every week on Friday afternoon our checkout is disabled due to the Sabbath. Our checkout is closed from Friday afternoon till Saturday afternoon and on some holidays. However you may still feel free to browse our site and add products to the cart. Once checkout reopens on Saturday, if requested we will send you an email informing that checkout reopened.  Thanks for your understanding and have a wonderful weekend!

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Experts offer tips on smoke detectors, fireplace safety

By Bob Glissmann / World-Herald staff writer   Inspectors say they couldn’t find evidence of a smoke detector or detectors in the rural Cass County house that burned down last week, killing six members of the Mike and Michelle Speer family. People who knew the Speers told investigators from the State Fire Marshal’s Office that the house had one or more detectors, but the condition of the detectors or whether their batteries were working wasn’t clear. The tragedy was “truly heartbreaking,” said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska office of the National Safety Council. “Our hearts go out to...

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14 States and 5 Cities require 10 Year Smoke Alarms (LIST)

10 Year Law

 (Updated: 12/7/16) The historical national slogan “Change your clock, change your battery,” may not apply to these households residing in states who require alarms with a 10-year battery. 14 states and 6 cities have passed legislation that requires ionization-only smoke alarms that are solely battery powered to come equipped with a 10-year battery. Some states as California also require alarms to have a hush feature.   States requiring 10 year smoke and carbon monoxide detectors: California - law #UL 217 #UL 2034 Florida - law #553.883 Georgia Iowa Louisiana Maine Massachusetts (2017) Maryland Michigan Minnesota New York (2017) - law #S4054A #A3057a #S2696a North Carolina Oregon - law #HB2586 Vermont...

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