Keeping Black Bears Out: A Look At Electric Fences

Posted on: 18 February 2015
According to the U.S. Endangered Species Act, there are approximately 900,000 black bears residing in North America, and while some of the subspecies are endangered or "threatened", most are not. The chances of a fatal attack is relatively low, as there have only been 61 fatal bear attacks since 1900; still, it is generally best to be safe rather than sorry, especially if you have young children or small pets around. If you have a friendly bear who loves to roam your property, it may be time to consider installing electric fences.
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Keyless Vs. Keyed Door Locks: Which Should You Choose?

Posted on: 9 February 2015
The traditional keyed door lock has been around for ages and it's proven itself as one of the best security measures for any home or business. However, technology is also bringing keyless door locks to the forefront. These door locks offer comparable security along with the convenience offered by keyless entry. If you want to know which type of door lock works best for your business, check out the following comparison between keyed and keyless door locks.
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Going With The Flow: Lowdown On Low Flow Toilets And Cleaning Them Green

Posted on: 5 January 2015
Going green has become a popular lifestyle trend in the world that is not only beneficial to the environment, but also to your health and wellness. From carrying reusable shopping bags to updating your home with natural materials, going green has never been easier. Of course, certain updates may require periodic maintenance that agrees with your eco-friendly lifestyle. The addition of a low flow toilet offers incredible benefits, but using harsh chemicals to clean these plumbing fixtures only increases impact on the environment.
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Sustain The Planet By Greening-Up Your Carpet Routine

Posted on: 29 December 2014
If you're trying to live in a more eco-friendly and sustainable manner, you're probably already shopping with reusable shopping bags, recycling your cardboard and plastic, and trying to purchase more items made from recycled materials. When you're ready to take green living to the next level, just look down -- at your carpet. Whether you're thinking of replacing your carpet, having new carpet installed for the first time, or simply adopting greener practices when it comes to caring for your carpet, these tips will point you in the right direction.
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