Have you tested your fire safety equipment recently?

Posted on: 27 December 2019

What fire precautions have you taken to protect your premises? When you first moved into a building, you should have checked that the property is supplied with a full set of fire safety equipment such as fire hoses, fire extinguishers and smoke alarms. It's important to have all of this equipment on your premises, but what interest have you taken in your equipment since that time? Purchasing your safety equipment can only be the first step in protecting your business. [Read More]

4 Ways To Save On Time Cleaning Your Shower Screens

Posted on: 22 May 2019

Shower screens are generally low-maintenance and quite easy to clean. From homemade mixtures to the type that you can get from the store, you have different cleaning solutions to choose from for the job. But what if you didn't need as much of these solutions and didn't have to spend as much time doing the cleaning? That can be a reality for you with the following tips that help prevent the buildup of soap scum and growth of mildew on your shower screens [Read More]

Choosing the Right Glass for Your Home's Entryway Doors

Posted on: 18 December 2017

Frameless glass is a good choice for patio doors, as these doors will allow you a full view of your yard and the horizon, even when you're not outside to enjoy the space. A glass door can also be a good choice in place of a screen door, as this means more security and safety when you have the inside storm door open; this lets in more light, with less risk of someone cutting through a screen to gain entry, and with more insulation against outside temperature than a screen door offers. [Read More]

What You Need to Know About a Security Door For Your Home

Posted on: 28 November 2017

Installing a security door at your home's entryways is a good way to enhance home security, without having to use a complicated electronic alarm system or spotlights that can be bothersome to both you and your neighbours. Security doors come in a wide range of materials and styles, so you're sure to find one that fits your home's overall appearance and decor very easily. When you are ready to shop for a security door for your home, for either the front or back entrance, note a few considerations to keep in mind so you know you get the right type and have it installed properly. [Read More]