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How To Cut Heating Costs In Your Office During Winter

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Winter heating can take a toll on your pocket if you run an office, and it is only natural that you would want to try to find ways to cut your heating costs while still keeping your employees warm. Finding the best way to do this can be challenging, but it is not impossible. Here are a few ideas that will help. Monitor Your Thermostat Set the thermostat to about 68 degrees when workers are in the building. However, before you go home be sure to lower the thermostat so that you can save money when the space is unoccupied. There is no need for...

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How To Prepare A Defense System Using Scrap Iron During A Zombie Apocalypse

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When every functional aspect of daily life deteriorates over night and follows suit with the hundreds of thousands of rotting corpses looking for fresh brains, you will survive because you know how to reuse materials. Of these materials, most of them become part of your personal arsenal, slaying the already dead and living to see another day. Here is what you can do with scrap iron when you are stuck in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Raid Scrap Iron Yards Except for a few wandering dead, a scrap iron yard is probably one of the last...

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Choosing The Right Water Damage Restoration Company

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Be it a burst pipe, hurricane waters or an overflowing washing machine, water damage leaves behind a huge mess and lots of damage. Some of this damage hides behind walls and under flooring, fostering mold growth as well as rot and structural damage. This makes hiring a professional water damage restoration company as much about safety as it is convenience. Professionals can also save some items that homeowners and businesses would otherwise have to throw away and replace. Choosing the right company is important, however, for a finished job...

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Making An Impact With Your Front Door

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your front door is not only the first greeting to visitors, it’s one of the most visible aspects of your home’s façade. An attractive front door adds curb appeal to your home. It also has the potential to make an impact from the street. Look for color and design as you select your new front door. Color is Key The color of your door is obvious even from the street, so it has the most potential for making an impact. The color you choose depends on the hue of your exterior and the statement you want to make. White houses have the...

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How To Turn A Room Into A Motorcycle Man-Cave

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you looking to make a man-cave in a room of your house? Are you a motorcycle lover and want to make your room look like it? It’s time to go all-out and use these ideas to turn your boring room into a manly motorcycle room that will make everyone jealous. Paint the Walls The obvious choice to paint the walls of your motorcycle man-cave is black. This will make your room really dark, but you might think that’s cool. You don’t have to choose black. Instead, choose your favorite motorcycle color. If you love Harley Davidson,...

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3 Tips For Sealing An Asphalt Crack

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Though durable and long-lasting, asphalt is still prone to develop cracks over time. Luckily, these can be easily repaired with a tube of caulk-like crack sealant. If your asphalt driveway is in need of crack sealing, read on. This article will present three tips for sealing an asphalt surface the right way: 1. Properly prep the crack. Before you start in with the sealant, it’s vital you do a few things to facilitate proper bonding. First of all, use a small hand broom to clear any dirt and loose debris from the crack. If the crack is...

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Tips For Selling Your Home During The Winter

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The spring and summer are traditionally regarded as the best seasons to sell a home, but sometimes homeowners just don’t have that option. If you need to sell your home this winter, here are a few ideas for making your home more attractive despite the winter gloom outside. Make your home as cozy as possible. When potential buyers walk through your door, they want to be enveloped by the warmth of your house. That means, literally, turning up the heat to about 70 degrees so that buyers can take off their jackets and get more comfortable....

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Repairing And Maintaining Your Car’s Window Seals

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Unless they stop working, you probably don’t pay them any attention—those inconspicuous black rubber seals that run across the bottom edges of your car’s windows. But those rubber strips, your automobile’s window seals, do several important things: They keep any type of moisture from seeping into your door, preventing corrosion of your door’s working parts. They effectively seal the inside of your car off from any wind or air that might enter. This means on cold days, your window seals keep the cold air out, and on hot...

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Learn How To Make Your Concrete Stairs More Noticeable

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you have concrete steps leading into your business, you need to make sure that they are properly marked so that someone sees them easily. If someone falls and hurts himself or herself because they did not see the steps, your insurance company could be paying for their injuries, which could lead to your insurance premiums increasing. Below is a guide for making your concrete steps very noticeable and decorative at the same time. Supplies You’ll Need Bright Fluorescent Paint A 1″ Paintbrush A Very Thin Paintbrush A Stencil...

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Ways To Reduce Your Home Energy Bill

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you are trying to help the environment by reducing energy usage, or just save money on your monthly utility bill, here are some things you can do to make long-term changes to your home’s energy usage. Insulate and Seal Everything: To avoid wasting money on your utility bills, it is important to be sure that your home in insulated and sealed. The “envelope” of your home (exterior walls, roof, doors, and windows) are your home’s first line of defense against the elements. If you can keep heat and cold from...

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Four Things You Need To Know About Safety And Inspections Of Multi-Story Commercial Buildings

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have recently invested in commercial real estate, there are a lot of things that you will be responsible for, such as the safety of your building. Whether you are a business owner or the owner of the property, you want to make sure that people in your building are safe. This means that you need to have things like regular inspection of elevators, fire suppression systems, and have emergency plans in place to keep your building safe. There are a lot of things that you will want to make sure are in working order, which here are four...

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