Tips for Ensuring Your Garage Is Secure

Posted on: 15 September 2015
When you own a home that has a garage attached, security isn't something you can afford to underestimate. After all, not only is the pass-through door from your garage to the house your primary means of entry when you park in the garage, it also serves as an access point for potential thieves. Here are a few tips to help you ensure that your garage is secure and protected from potential burglars.
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Save Money With A Water-Saving Public Restroom For Your Business

Posted on: 26 August 2015
The cost of public restrooms in a business is high. If a business has 200 male customers per day, that is approximately 18,200 toilet flushes per year. The same amount of males could equal over 127,000 urinal flushes per year. Only 50 female customers per day could equal over 36,000 toilet flushes per year. This isn't counting employees, who would need to use the restroom two to four times during an eight hour work shift.
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4 Home Updates To Improve The Safety Of Your Home

Posted on: 11 August 2015
When it comes to the safety of your home, its best not to take any chances. There are various ways the safety of you and your family can be compromised. Negative events such as burglary, fire, and natural disaster happen at unexpected times and can cost a fortune. No one likes to be in these situations, so it's important to plan ahead. Some of the best solutions to home safety issues are installing impact windows, choosing a good security system, installing and checking up on smoke detectors, and taking advantage of lighting options.
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Be Sure Your Air Conditioner's Outside Unit Is Properly Placed And Well-Ventilated

Posted on: 22 July 2015
Drive through almost any suburban neighborhood in America, especially in the southern and western regions, and you will see rows of homes with central air conditioning units at their sides. Unfortunately, many of these outside units are not provided with appropriate care by the homeowners, and this can lead to premature system failure and expensive repairs. That's why you should take some time to inspect your air conditioner's outside unit to be sure it is properly placed and well-ventilated.
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