Should Your Business Go Solar?

Should Your Business Go Solar? Over the past few years, solar energy has become increasingly popular. It is the newest alternative to getting electricity to run your home as opposed to the traditional power company. There are several ways a solar panel system can be set up depending on the types of panels, where the system […]

Wearing Jewelry as an Electrician: A Safety Hazzard?

Wearing Jewelry as an Electrician: A Safety Hazzard On average, electrocutions kills about 140 contractors each year. We all know the risk electricians take when their career revolves around a risky condition. The most common injury due to electrical shocks can cause moderate to severe burns. This commonly happens to your hands, heels or your […]

How To Prevent Damage from Water Heaters This Season

How To Prevent Damage from Water Heaters This Season Over the past few years, water damage claims have increased more than any other components of homeowner insurance. It is important to understand your insurance policy and be aware of what your current coverage is. Water heater damage could be costly and time-consuming. Before this season’s weather […]

Halloween: Pranks, Pumpkins & Property Crime

Halloween: Pranks, Pumpkins & Property Crime Halloween is once again among us! Everyone ready to celebrate has their pumpkins carved, their decorations up, and if their not wearing their costumes to work or school, they’re are ready for this afternoon’s trick-or-treating action. The National Retail Federation has reported that 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this […]

Prevent Damage From Frozen Pipes This Winter

Prevent Damage From Frozen Pipes This Winter In areas of severe cold weather, pay close attention to the local weather reports for notice of extreme cold weather. This will enable you to take the time to prepare and prevent water damage. Below are some tips to help you prepare for this winter’s weather. Insulate all […]

Safety Tips For Your Home

Safety Tips For Your Home At home accidents can happen when you least expect it. About 21 million ER visits are related to at home accidents, totaling to almost $220 billion in medical costs. What most Americans don’t know is that there a preventative ways to control the risk of an accident. The Insurance Institute […]

Driverless Cars Predicted To Be Safer

Technology without a doubt, is catching up to our society day by day. Since the invention of motor vehicles themselves, there has not been a greater technological advance in auto industry, then driverless cars. They’ll be equipped with sensory apparatuses that feed into the vehicle’s computer system, including radars, lasers and cameras. Developers are perfecting […]

Know Everything Before Hiring Your Next Truck Driver

Truck driving is a serious and dangerous career. As an employer, how do you go about hiring your next truck driver? Are driving records and background checks enough? When it comes to 20,000 pounds or more of vehicle, it is principal that you hire someone capable and responsible to drive it. The result of placing […]

Tips for Fire Safety At the Workplace

Tips for Fire Safety At the Workplace CareerBuilder recently took a poll that found that nearly 1-4 full time employees felt unsure about how to respond in an emergency situation. As an employer, it is important to prepare your employees and workplace in the event a fire occurs. According the U.S. Fire Administration, the leading […]

September, The Month of National Preparedness

Prepare Your Home: In light of the recent news of Hurricane Hermine on the east coast, there are many tips to follow when preparing your home and family for any loss or damage during severe weather situations. September is the month for a new beginning for many, as children and teens return to school for […]