Dump Truck Driving: A Job That Allows You To Be Home Every Night
5 March 2015
You love driving, but you've hesitated to pursue a truck driving career because you don't want to be away from home much of the time. You know it can take a while before you work your way up to the shorter-haul dedicated runs in a trucking company. Consider getting your commercial driver's license (CDL) and becoming a dump truck driver. These jobs are local, and although you'll put in long hours when the weather is cooperative, you can expect to be home every night.
Stress Corrosion Cracking In Indoor Residential Pools
19 February 2015
Installing a swimming pool in your home is a great idea, giving you the advantage of exercising at home, relaxing at weekends and keeping the kids occupied. However, many people fall into the trap of ignoring the possibility of damage occurring to the pool. One of the more severe problems that can occur in swimming pools (that can even cause failure!) is stress corrosion cracking (SCC).
Stress Corrosion Cracking
Stress corrosion cracking is a phenomenon that has caused the failure of many recreational swimming pools.
Four Tips For Snagging The Best Price When Selling Your Debt Portfolio
12 February 2015
You've just decided to boost your company's working capital by selling some of your unpaid debts or invoices to a debt portfolio buyer. That is a great decision, but to ensure you benefit as much as possible from your choice, you need to ensure that you snag a great price for your debts. Here are four tips to help you increase the price you get for your debts:
1. Include clear and well organized documentation with each debt.
Five Reasons To Give Your "Guard" Dog A Break With A Security System
4 February 2015
A dog who protects the family can be a comforting thought, but a guard dog is not the most effective home security method. For true home safety, consider replacing your guard dog with a security system. Here are five reasons, you should invest in a security system and let your Cujo turn into a cuddler.
1. Dogs are valuable too.
When a thief comes into your home, he or he is likely looking for tools, electronics and jewelry, but in many cases, thieves grab the dogs too.