2015

Safety Tips For Working In A Commercial Laundry Environment

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People who do commercial laundry work can actually come in contact with higher volumes of harmful cleaning chemicals, and can also incur some other potential hazards on the job. Those who work in this environment include hospital, school, and hotel workers as well as prisons or other places where large volumes of laundry must be done daily. If you work in a commercial laundry setting, here are some helpful tips that can keep you safe.…

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Answering Common Composite Decking Questions

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The addition of a deck to your yard can provide you and your family with a comfortable area to spend time outside. Yet, there are a tremendous variety of options that you can choose when installing decking, and one of the more important decisions you can make for this project is the type of material that will be used to build the deck. When making this choice, you may find that composite decking can provide your home with important advantages.…

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Water Bill Sky High? 3 Innovative Ways You Can Lower Costs Associated With Your Sprinkler System

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The cost to maintain a lush, green lawn during hot and dry months can really add up, especially if you have an irrigation or sprinkler system. For an average-sized yard, it can cost anywhere from $50 to $156 a month to supply your lawn with enough water to thrive. If you live in a particularly dry area or if you don’t have a separate water meter for your sprinkler system, it can cost even more.…

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3 Benefits Of Renting An Industrial Self Storage Unit

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If you are in the industrial business, you probably know just how quickly your equipment, stock and more can add up. This can leave you with limited space, but fortunately, there is one great option out there – self storage. Much like the self storage units that are available for individual household-type use, these units are affordable to rent and can provide you with additional storage space for all of your equipment, stock and more.…

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Business Relocation Tips: Moving Your Network Safely

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If you’re relocating your business, it’s important that you plan things out to limit the downtime on your network infrastructure. Moving your company’s network requires a comprehensive and in-depth plan to be certain that it’s done without damaging your network components. Before you even start the moving process, you’ll want to spend some time creating the plan you’ll need for a systematic relocation. Here are some tips that will help you get the job done right and safely.…

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Common Questions Concerning Enhancing Load Capacity with Custom Welding

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One of the most valuable pieces of equipment in any agricultural setting is the wagon. This one utility will be used for hauling feed, carrying hay, and moving equipment from place to place. To make sure you get what you need from the wagon you have, it must be capable of supporting the weight of whatever it may be that you are hauling. Unfortunately, many wagons have issues with load capacity either due to poor construction or age.…

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3 Ways To Purify Water While On A Camping Trip

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Are you planning an extended camping and hiking trip? If so, you’ll need to plan for a supply of drinking water. The easiest method is to simply bring jugs or bottles of water with you. However, you may not have the cargo space to transport a lot of water. Also, if you’ll be hiking a lot and changing campsites, you may not be able to carry a large amount of water.…

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4 Tips For Keeping Your Cattle Corral Clean

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If you are in the livestock raising business, you probably know how big of a mess cattle can make. Keeping their corrals nice and clean can be extremely challenging, and you might feel as if you spend all of your time shoveling and spraying out corrals to try to keep them sanitary. Although it’s not really possible to keep a cow corral spotless 100 percent of the time, following these tips can help.…

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Electric Generators For Home And Industry

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Natural disasters are one thing in life you can count on. Murphy said it best when he said, “anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” When disasters strike, having a plan for each potential problem will alleviate stress and allow you to focus on restoring your life to pre-disaster normalcy. Selecting an electrical generator for your home or business is an important part of a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan. …

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5 Areas Of Your Home To Consider Insulating

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If your home isn’t already insulated, you could be spending an extra thousand or more on energy costs each year. This is because when you run the AC or the heater in your home, the air can easily make its way out and the hot or cold air from outside can easily make its way in. Because of this, you have to have your AC or heater on a higher setting than you otherwise would if your home was insulated.…

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