Month: August 2018

Evaluating Generators for Your Business

You never realize how much you need something until it’s gone. That’s not us being sentimental. We’re in the business of helping out when disaster strikes—and often there’s little or no electricity in our workspaces. It’s bad enough being without power at home when you want to watch TV or… Read more »

Commercial Roof Failure? Repair or Replace?

Commercial Roof Failure? Repair or Replace?

It’s no exaggeration to say that workplaces are only as functional as their roofs. A sturdy commercial roof protects valuable equipment, hard-working employees and work processes from the extremes of weather, literally enabling business to proceed under its protective shield. Commercial roofs can fail in small ways, such as a… Read more »

How You Can Make Tenant Vandalism Vanish

How You Can Make Tenant Vandalism Vanish

The eviction proceedings went smoothly and the moving van was just pulling away as the landlord arrived at the property to begin cleaning. During court hearings, the tenant seemed more resigned than angry and a last call between the two parties even included apologies for rent payment problems. It was… Read more »

Controlling Electrical Cord Overload in the Workplace

Controlling Electrical Cord Overload in the Workplace

Most people think of extension cords as basic workplace equipment that is not too complicated. Need to place a lamp or recharge your phone in a location that isn’t served by a nearby wall outlet? Grab any extension cord, plug it into the nearest wall socket and presto: you now… Read more »

Take Time to Develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan

Take Time to Develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan

During catastrophic Texas flooding last year and devastating California wildfires this summer, a self-selected group of people and businesses did better than others. They rescued more critical belongings, saved lives, prevented property damage and recovered sooner. What did they have in common? Emergency preparedness plans shared with all who might… Read more »

How Perimeter Lighting Lowers Workplace Crime

How Perimeter Lighting Lowers Workplace Crime

Light has the ability to empower your workers to do their jobs efficiently and well, and makes sure that their efforts are seen and appreciated. But lighting has a very different impact on criminals in deterring workplace crime. Regardless of what type of business you have, thieves, disgruntled employees, and… Read more »

10 Tips That Reduce Office Accidents

10 Tips That Reduce Office Accidents

You go to the office to do your job and then go home, but sometimes office accidents can derail your day. Not only will you be impacted by the injury itself, but you could miss work, have hefty hospital bills, and your boss may have to worry about a worker’s… Read more »

Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Killer

Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Killer

It sounds like something out of a horror movie. You can’t see it, or smell it, or taste it, or touch it. It’s the silent killer—carbon monoxide—and it can strike anywhere. Carbon monoxide poisoning impacts hundreds of people annually. Unlike what you may have heard, this poisoning is not always… Read more »

Step Up With New Home Security Solutions

Step Up With New Home Security Solutions

The end of summer usually means one thing—last-minute summer vacations.  The kids will be in school soon. The weather is definitely warmer and you deserve a few days away.  Only one person is just as excited about your trip as you are…a criminal. Peace Of Mind You could always go… Read more »