Month: September 2018

  • 3 Important Benefits of Oval Ducts

    Throughout America, many buildings feature duct systems designed to create airflow. It’s not only commercial properties that have ductwork installed. In fact, statistics show that 90% of new homes throughout the United States feature ducted cooling and heating systems. That being said, there are two main types of duct systems to choose from. These are […]

  • Factors to Consider When Choosing a Chartered Flight

    What will you be doing next week? Attending a business meeting in another time zone? Showing up at a sports event thanks to landing a few last-minute tickets? Zooming off to a remote tropical island for a destination wedding? Or perhaps you haven’t made any plans yet? If you are involved in any of these […]

  • Keep Employee Absences Down When You Hire an Office Cleaning Service

    Cold and flu season is often exacerbated by the amount of people who still go to work and school even when they’re sick. Indeed, one out of every three people still head to the office even when they’re not feeling well. This only increases the amount of germs that get spread around the office, especially […]

  • Understanding the Phases of Drug Trials

    Clinical research is a crucial way of getting new medical interventions into the field, whether those are drugs, treatments, or other types of interventions. From Phase 1 clinical trials to Phase 3 clinical trial drugs, every step of the process is essential to ensure that safe, effective treatments can constantly be developed. Step 1: Design […]

  • Compare Energy Providers and Save

    Compare Energy Providers and Save

    When trying to cut back on spending in order to bulk up the savings (and who isn’t these days?), some people might forget a daily cappuccino, maybe bring their lunch instead of buying, or stop getting haircuts at a salon and opt for something a little cheaper. However, while people first think of this little […]

  • What You Need to Know About the GSA Multiple Award Schedule

    The General Service Admission (GSA) established in 1949. Its purpose is to help manage government buildings and real estate as well as service and product support and developing policies and regulations. The GSA is most known for the GSA multiple award schedule, which was created to help the process of the government purchasing of commercial […]

  • Making Sense of Tube Bending Instructions and Functions

    Making Sense of Tube Bending Instructions and Functions

    If you work in a factory or other large machine shop, there is a good chance that you have needed to fabricate, bend, or otherwise design metal tubes or pipes using tube forming equipment. This equipment, typically computer-aided CNC machines used for the design and manufacture of parts, is necessary in bending and forming tubes […]

  • 3 Huge Tips For Finding the Right Headshot Photographer

    Whether you’re an aspiring model looking for your big break or an office manager looking for professional corporate headshots, finding the right photographer for you can be a daunting decision. Do you go for a corporate office or an up-and-comer you might find on the cheap? How do you land the perfect photographer for your […]

  • How Updating Your Website Can Benefit You

    How often is it that you click on a link and it takes you to a website that is completely out of date. Your head begins to hurt as you stare at this page that is so disorganized and all over the place. This can highly hinder how long you decide to stay on said […]

  • A Brief History of QR Codes

    The United States uses more QR codes than any other country other than Japan. With these types of 2D barcodes being so prevalent in their usage, it is important to understand the history of QR codes, 2D barcodes, and 2D barcode verifiers; by extension, it may then be possible to understand why they became so […]