Tips For Business Owners For Theft Proofing Air Conditioners

Posted on: 10 August 2015

You may think it won't happen to you or won't happen in your neighborhood, but air conditioner theft is on the rise. The thief doesn't really want the air conditioner, of course, but he can make quick money by selling the copper tubing (and other metal) for scrap. If your business' air conditioner from a site like http://www.smedleyservice.com is exposed, you may be at risk of the thief in the night that can lift it in a few minutes. [Read More]

What To Consider About Energy-Efficient Windows

Posted on: 4 August 2015

If you're looking for ways to drastically cut your energy bills, consider installing energy-efficient windows. They really help to block the flow of heat to keep it inside or outside where it belongs. Check out these six important facts to consider about energy-efficient windows. It's Best to Purchase Them in Summer There are two reasons it's better to purchase energy-efficient windows during the summer. First, if you have windows installed during colder months, moisture may affect the fit, and the caulk may not set properly. [Read More]

Advantages Of Residential Vinyl Fencing (And What To Consider When Making Your Purchase)

Posted on: 22 July 2015

If you're a homeowner, chances are you may decide to install a fence in your yard. Vinyl fencing has several advantages over other options, including wood. Mainly, vinyl fencing is durable enough to withstand most weather conditions and will not rot or be subject to insect infestation. Unlike wood, vinyl fencing is also virtually maintenance free. When choosing vinyl fencing for your home, you need to consider a few important aspects, including the design of your fence and even your township zoning regulations. [Read More]

3 Misconceptions About Safely Operating An Overhead Crane

Posted on: 7 July 2015

If your factory has an overhead crane as part of its material handling equipment, safety should always be the top priority. However, when used every day by workers, some misconceptions about operating the equipment safely could emerge. Below are some of these misconceptions and an explanation of why they are wrong. Side Pulling Is Safe As Long As Its A Short Distance Side pulling occurs when the crane is used to pull a load off of a shelf or platform that is next to it. [Read More]