3 Effective Ways To Reduce The Cost Of Fleet Management

Posted on: 1 September 2019

Access to company vehicles is important for many businesses. A fleet of vehicles lets employees make deliveries, complete service calls, and travel on work-related business with ease. The cost of maintaining a fleet of vehicles can be high, so it's important that you are constantly evaluating your management practices for ways to reduce spending on fleet vehicles. Make some simple changes to your fleet policy and you can balance short-term savings with long-term efficiency when managing your fleet in the future.
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Four Ways To Build A Healthy Custom Home

Posted on: 19 July 2019

Don't just build a custom home that includes all the luxurious appointments you want and enjoy. You should also build a home that keeps your family healthy. Whether you realize it or not, there are several features you can include in your new home's design to help improve your family's health.  Crawl Space Vents Include vents in your crawl space design. Humidity is a serious problem in crawl spaces due to their exposure to outside temperatures.
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How To Make Sure Your Auto Shop Garage Door Doesn't Break

Posted on: 7 June 2019

If you own an auto shop, then you know just how important it is to make sure that everything is always in working order. One of the most important parts of any auto shop is the garage door. Just like all things, garage doors can start to wear down after years and years of use, leading to things like slow-moving garages, squeaky garages, or garage doors that completely breakdown. To avoid ending up with a broken garage door, this article will take a closer look at a few things you can do.
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2 Ways Alligator Cracks Cause Further Damage To Your Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted on: 8 May 2019

While walking through your business's parking lot, you may have noticed a few areas where small cracks have started to form in a criss-cross pattern. These alligator cracks, so named because they resemble alligator skin, may at first glance seem to be superficial and harmless overall. However, there are a couple of ways that these cracks can cause further damage to your asphalt parking lot. 1.  Allow Water to Seep Under the Pavement
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