Tool Accountability And Your Tool Box

Posted on: 25 November 2017
Are you ever worried that a co-worker who "borrows" a tool will forget to bring it back? Are you even more concerned that you might not notice? One of the best ways to protect your tool investment in your box is to create a structure where everything has a defined place, also known as shadowing. The process takes a bit of time investment, but can be well worth it when it's done.
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3 Reasons You Do Need A Water Softener For Your Hotel

Posted on: 30 October 2017
As the owner of a hotel, you are in the business of keeping guests comfortable in an environment that feels like home. Because of this, you will spend a lot of money on things like nice linens, furniture, and even fixtures and appliances. However, there is one investment you may never consider making: a water softening system. Hard water is a big problem for residential homeowners, but it is also an issue in the hospitality industry.
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How To Keep Your House Insulated With A Spray Foam System

Posted on: 24 October 2017
Insulation helps your house to maintain your desired temperature all year long. It protects against cool air in the summer and excessive heat during the warm months, and is also energy efficient. If your home is not insulated, then you are going to have a hard time being comfortable. Read on to find out how to keep your house insulated with a spray foam system. How Do Houses Lose Energy?
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Three Tips For Organizing And Storing Scrap Metal

Posted on: 17 October 2017
Selling scrap metal to a hungry buyer is a great way to make some extra money. A common problem that many people who pursue this income source have, however, is organizing and storing the metal in a way that makes it easy to manage. Here are three tips for handling your clutch of scrap metal to ensure you make the most money possible. Store in Plastic Bins Possibly the best tips for storing scrap metal is to put it in plastic bins, and for a couple of reasons.
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