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How To Install A Home Security System

Many home security systems are complex and should only be fitted by a professional. However, there are also a number of good systems which are sold in kit form and can be installed by any do-it-yourselfer. These simple systems usually incorporate a bell, loud buzzer of other sound source to warn of intrusion. Installing the Components Begin by installing the sounder. There are a number of... [Continue Reading]

Is Your Parking Garage Safe?

Customers and employees both need to fail safe in your parking lot or they may be uneager to come to your place of business in the future. Not only that, but if someone is injured in your parking lot space, you could face potential legal liability for not providing a safe and secure environment. Making sure your parking garage is a safe place should be a high priority and fortunately does... [Continue Reading]

Top 5 Reasons That People Hire Private Investigators

Often people do not think to take advantage of the services of a private investigator. It may be surprising, but these professionals can actually can be quite helpful in a wide variety of situations, helping to get you the justice you deserve while also providing you with safety, reliability, professionalism, and peace of mind. Here are the top 5 reasons that people commonly choose to hire... [Continue Reading]

Tips for Keeping Your Pool Filter Clean

A clean pool filter is absolutely necessary if you want clean, sparkling water. Most pools use cartridge style filters that need to be cleaned annually. You will need to have your manufacturer's instructions for removing and replacing the cartridges before you begin this project. Regular Maintenance Regular maintenance is the best way to ensure your pool filter is clean. Most cartridge... [Continue Reading]

Timber Floor Finish: Should You Go Water or Solvent Based?

Deciding what type of finish to choose for your timber floors can be confusing. Afterall, it’s not very likely you’ve ever even thought about the choice until your flooring or floor sanding contractor asked you which one you want to go with. Here we take a look at the options and help you decide which is right for your floors. Oil vs. Water Based Treatments: Does it Really Matter... [Continue Reading]

5 Low-Cost and Effective Home Security Options

Most of us can’t afford to have around the clock security detailing our house. However, we can afford a number of other security measures that are nearly as effective, but a fraction of the cost. In today’s world, home security is vital – not only to protect our valuables, but also to protect our family. Not only that, but even if the crime rate is low in your community, it... [Continue Reading]

How to Detect Home Foundation Problems Easily

One thing that can certainly ruin the value of a home is foundation problems. However, these problems don’t simply happen overnight. They take a long time to develop. If you can address them early enough, you can save yourself a lot of trouble. Thankfully our experts at San Antonio's Stablelift Foundation Repair have composed a short guide to help homeowners detect home... [Continue Reading]

Happy Glass: The Window Coating That Can Improve Your Life

‚ÄčThe Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research (ISC) in Germany has produced a new type of window designed to improve concentration, regulate sleep, and even improve people's mood. This "feel-good glass" is optimized to transmit wavelengths between 450 and 500 nm -- the blue wavelengths, usually blocked by traditional glass. The glass is treated by addition of a durable, inorganic coating... [Continue Reading]

5 Tips To Keep Criminals Out of Your Neighborhood

Your perception of safety in a neighborhood is based on very subtle things, like park benches, a well-lit street, and fresh paint on buildings. These are things that might also discourage criminals from making your neighborhood their next target. Use these five tips to collaborate with your neighbors and give unwanted visitors the impression that they are unwelcome. 1) Encourage Neighborhood... [Continue Reading]

Renewable Energy for Home Use

A home is the single most expensive purchase most Americans will ever make. The cost of home ownership isn't just the price of the land, the taxes and the construction fees - there are ongoing costs as well. Chief among those costs are ongoing utility bills, including projected price increases, as well as ongoing maintenance expenses. Home buyers are increasingly looking for ways to "green"... [Continue Reading]

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