What You Need To Know About Commercial Air Conditioning And Your Server Room

Posted on: 9 February 2015

Your company's server room is the heart and soul of your communications and your network. If you want to protect your equipment from imminent failure due to heat overload, you'll need to implement a server room air conditioning system. Keeping it separate from your building's air conditioning allows you to maintain a consistent temperature in the server room without affecting the rest of your workspace. There are several methods for cooling your server room, so here are a few options to discuss with your commercial HVAC technician.
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5 Ways To Upgrade Your Garage Door Opener On A Budget

Posted on: 28 January 2015

You're quick to replace the door on your garage when it starts to show its age, but how often do you remember to update the opener responsible for all that heavy lifting. Homeowners with minimal repair skills can install a variety of upgrades on their own. Even if you need a professional's help to improve your garage door lifter, the upfront cost is well worth the extra years of smooth performance.
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How To Avoid Water Damage In Your Home During Your Vacation

Posted on: 26 January 2015

Coming home from a vacation to find water in your house would be a great way to ruin the excitement you just experienced while you were out of town, but this happens a lot. Water damage often occurs from excessive rainwater, broken plumbing pipes, and leaky appliances, but there are ways you can prevent this. Before you leave on your trip, here are three things you should do to prevent coming home to a water-filled house.
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Renting Your Home Out? Focus On Appliances And Attract More Renters With These Steps

Posted on: 22 January 2015

Renting out a home to tenants is a great way to make sure that the bills are covered when you are not able to live there yourself. You may even find that being a landlord is a profitable option in the long run. While it isn't necessary to deck the place out with furniture and bookshelves, most renters don't have their own appliances to move in with so providing stuff like a fridge, a dishwasher, and even a microwave, will probably yield more attention for your rental.
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