Posts Tagged ‘Sprinkler System’
If you own a business, then you most likely recognize that fire protection is imperative if you care for the welfare of your employees. There are numerous hazards that could lead to a fire, spelling danger not only for your building’s occupants but for your neighboring buildings as well. And while we can take all the preventative measures possible and reduce the risk of a fire breaking out, there is always a random chance that what could go wrong will go wrong. And you don’t want Murphy’s Law happening and resulting in the loss of your business and quite possibly the lives of your employees. Here are some basic details about sprinklers and fire protection that could serve as evidence of how these devices can keep you, your business and your workforce from danger. Read the rest of this entry »
Yard equipment; ah, the feeling of making your first money from mowing the neighbor’s lawn. In the fifties, mowing the lawn was expedient for a dollar or two for sweating in the hot sun pushing the mower over the grass. Once motorized lawn mowers became modern it was easier and quicker to prick the grass and you could even charge more for it. But you didn’t really evolve until you made it to your first riding mower. The riding mower was the best. It made a job seem more like fun. Kids begged to mow the lawn. Even mothers didn’t seem to mind the lawn work.
Lawn equipment in the early days wasn’t comely. Your father went to Sears, Penny’s, and Montgomery Ward’s and bought whatever was sitting on the indicate floor. As the years went by, home improvement businesses like Lowe’s and Home Depot accomplish many Read the rest of this entry »
Your Own Homes Improvement Outline
(One for the Ladies)
Let me begin by saying what a home improvement plan will not do! I have seen this happen more than once, so I will say this now. A home improvement project, addition, upgrade, remodel, or makeover will not make up for a troubled marriage. So for those that think home improvement may save a marriage, I’m telling you now that it will add more stress and it is a poor substitute for proper counseling. Read the rest of this entry »