Defending Your Rooftop A/C Unit From Rust And Corrosion

Posted on: 27 May 2016

The biggest challenge faced by the average commercial rooftop air conditioning system involves standing up to rust and corrosion. In an environment dominated by high humidity levels, sea spray and salt-laden air, your A/C system will have a short and expensive lifespan unless it is adequately protected against these corrosive elements. Learn how the coastal climate can affect your rooftop A/C system and the ways you can fight back against rust and corrosion.
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Safe Self-Storage: The Rule, Not The Exception

Posted on: 25 May 2016

As the tenant of a self-storage facility, you pay a monthly fee in exchange for the opportunity to secure your valuable belongings in a particular unit and to access it at any time during business hours. The owner of the facility, for his/her part, promises to protect the property with reasonable security measures. However, recent news articles point to a rash of criminal behavior occurring at storage facilities around the country.
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Optimize Your Millenial Business Appeal By Offering SaaS Internet Cloud Services

Posted on: 24 May 2016

If you are a small business owner who is trying to attract millennials to your customer base, the best way to do it is by expanding your internet presence to be more user-friendly and useful. One of the easiest ways you can do this is by offering SaaS (software as a service) to users through a separate internet hosting company. If you have the right business model, this can move a lot of your profits to the online sector with relative ease.
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Tips For Storing RC Planes

Posted on: 23 May 2016

Collecting RC and model airplanes is a fun hobby, but the aircraft models can be fairly large to store at home between flights. They can also be delicate, which means careful storage is needed to make sure they aren't harmed. A storage unit provides a safe storage spot that also frees up space in your home. The following tips will help you store the planes properly. Tip #1: Clean carefully
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