How To Keep Your Commercial Entry Doors Secure

Posted on: 11 October 2015

Commercial entry doors, especially the sliding type, are a little more difficult to secure than a single front door to an office or a business. Securing the doors can include any number of devices or methods. Here are a few that you can ask your contractor to install at the same time you have the doors installed or when you want to update and remodel the entryway of your business.
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How To Cut Your Energy Costs To The Bone With Propane Heating

Posted on: 22 September 2015

The propane that you use to cook on the grill can also be used to power several other appliances in your home, including dryers, ovens, and stoves. The advantage of propane is that it tends to be comparatively less expensive than natural gas or gasoline, but there are additional was that you can lower the price of using propane fuel. This is ideal if you are struggling to keep your home heated with other types of fuel.
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Three Critical Dock Maintenance Steps

Posted on: 9 September 2015

If you own any sort of marine vessel, from a speedboat to a yacht, you need to be sure that you are doing all you can to care for the docks. A thoroughly built and maintained dock will also reap benefits in the way that your sea craft is cared for. For that reason, you will need to follow some of these dock repair and maintenance tips, to be sure that your vessel is always well protected.
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Tips For Buying And Using A Fire Extinguisher In Your New Food Truck Business

Posted on: 21 August 2015

As the owner of a new food truck business, it is vital that you purchase the correct fire extinguisher in the case of an accidental cooking fire. Additionally, knowing how to use your new fire extinguisher safely is very important. Here are some tips to help you purchase and use your food truck's new fire extinguisher:  Fire Extinguisher Classification Labels When you visit the store to purchase your new fire extinguisher (such as Fire Extinguisher Service Center), you will find that they are labeled with the letters A, B, and C.
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