How Keyless Locks Can Work For Your Business & The Cost To Get Them Installed

Posted on: 4 February 2015

Do you have employees that constantly lose keys to your building? You may want to consider investing in keyless locks to resolve the problem, and there are many other benefits to go along with it. Find out what kind of locks an industrial locksmith can install to get rid of the issue of employees losing keys: What Kind of Keyless Locks Can a Locksmith Install? One of the most secure types of locks that you can invest in for your business is a deadbolt.
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Three Choices You Have For An Alternative Septic System For Your Home

Posted on: 29 January 2015

If your property has a high water table or poor soil, you may not be able to have a conventional septic system installed. A conventional septic system has a tank where solid waste sinks to the bottom and liquid waste leave the top to filter through the top soil. With some soil conditions, this is not possible because the wastewater can contaminate the groundwater. This is when an alternative septic system is need, which you have a few choices of.
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Eight Benefits Of Clay Tile Roofing

Posted on: 27 January 2015

If you've been shopping for a new roof recently, you're likely overwhelmed by the variety of roofing materials on the market today. One type of roof that you may not have considered, but should, is a clay tile roof. Though less common than asphalt shingles, this type of roofing has a lot to offer. It's definitely worth looking at. Benefits to installing a clay tile roof 1. Beauty. Clay tile offers a unique, elegant southwestern look that adapts to a wide variety of architectural styles.
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Stop Inviting Insects Into Your Home

Posted on: 21 January 2015

After a few years of living in a house, wear and tear on the home, the house settling, and ignored repairs can all become an open invitation for insects to come in. Make a pass through your home and seal off easy access routes for the bugs. Clean up those areas that motivate bugs to find a way into your home. With a little effort you'll send the message that no bugs are welcome here.
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