Old light fixtures and bad toilets can cost a lot of money. When you start paying your own utilities you start to realize how much a leaky toilet can cost. When my wife and I bought our house we changed one of our toilets a year or so after buying the house. Our water bill went down $40. $40 a month is $480 a year. $480 in your pocket is a lot better than $480 literally down the drain.
At my office I am currently changing my lighting to LEDs. This will cut my hydro bill down 30-40%. That could be about $400-$600 a year. The new lights may cost me very little between negotiating with my landlords and applying for government hydro rebates. $400 in my pocket is a lot better than $400.00 being wasted on bad light bulbs. Plus the light looks better since they are brighter. I’ll be able to see myself better in the mirror now.
Oooh. Maybe that’s a bad thing.
Business is growing and I gather going in the right direction.
We have moved to a new unit in the building. We are now across the hall where the hair salon used to be.
45 Stanley St. Unit #203
Tax season is in full swing. Call us to set up an appointment!
I have some filing cabinets for sale. They are grey 4 drawer letter sized filing cabinets. I am asking $65.00 per cabinet without keys and $80.00 for the two cabinets I have with keys. They cost $250.00 brand new so they are a pretty good deal. Here is a picture of one of them.
Grey Filing Cabinet
“In all toil there is profit, but mere talk tends only to poverty.” – King Solomon
The ancient King Solomon was a pretty smart guy. Since I was young I always realized that consistent hard work has always produced the best results in my life. I have a tendency to like to try new things and talk about different possibilities to either make money or grow a business, but often it ends up as just talk. At some point a plan needs some toil to get it to work. Talk is fun, but toil pays the bills.