Three No-Tech Security Measures You Should Know About

Posted on: 10 January 2018

If you're like most homeowners, you take the safety and security of your family members and personal property very seriously. You've probably already invested in technology-driven security measures, such as a state-of-the-art smart security system that lets you monitor your home from any remote location. Thanks to modern innovations, homeowners have more security options than at any other time in history. However, technology can't take the place of common sense, and unfortunately, some people allow their dependence on high-tech security systems to cause them to forget about taking simple precautions.
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Recommendations To Clean And Maintain Your New Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 8 November 2017

Hardwood flooring gives your home a gleaming beauty and enhances the decor of each room. Proper care and cleaning of your hardwood floors is important to keep them looking great and protected from damage. Here are some tips to help you maintain and clean them regularly. Protect Your Flooring Preventing damage to your hardwood floor installation is essential for keeping your flooring looking as good as the day it was installed.
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4 Aspects To Ponder When Buying New Wood Flooring

Posted on: 17 August 2017

Wood flooring can be a great option for homeowners, as it will complement most any decor, modern or traditional. Wood floors are easier to maintain than carpet, and it is not as likely to harbor parasites, such as fleas and dust mites. There is a lot to consider, however, if you are about to purchase wood flooring for your home. For instance, you will need to consider the type of wood species to choose from, as well as the best way to maintain your new floor.
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Cleaning Your Commercial Floor Drains: Step-By-Step Guide For Slaughterhouses

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Commercial floor drains in a slaughterhouse are an important part of the meat processing industry. These drains funnel out urine and blood, and catch thicker substances from entering the sewer system. If you are part of the custodial crew in a slaughterhouse, here is how you should clean these drains. 1. Clear the Hair, Fur, Skin, Fat and Feces from the Top of the Drain A lot of the leavings of cleaning animals often ends up around and on the floor drains.
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