4 Reasons Why You Should Schedule Annual Fire Inspections

Many people don't regard annual fire inspections as essential as other safety initiatives. This tends to happen where fires are not a common phenomenon. Sadly, most of the fires that cause thousands of dollars in property damage are preventable.  Fire inspections are essential for every business as it lowers the risk of incurring losses due to fire damage. Read on to discover the reasons why you shouldn't miss your annual fire inspection:  Read More 

5 Signs You Need To Hire a Garage Door Contractor to Install A New Garage Door

Your garage door takes a beating every day. After many years of service, it will wear down and possibly get to a point where you can only itch for an upgrade. While investing in a new door means digging a little deeper into your pocket, it's the best solution to keep your garage functioning as usual. Below are five indicators that it's time to upgrade your garage door: 1. The Door Produces Strange Loud Sound  Read More 

Why Installing Roller Shutters Is an Incredible Investment for Your Home

Roller shutters have become popular, and many homeowners are installing them today because of the many benefits they bring. These shutters aren't an incredible investment for homeowners only, but also for many commercial property owners. Although most people install roller shutters to secure their homes, the shutters also come with other benefits. Here are some other benefits that make roller shutters an excellent investment for your residential property. They Help Boost Your Home's Security  Read More 

When Your Garage Roller Door Is a Rattling

Your garage's roller door has moving parts, and, rather obviously, without those moving parts, it wouldn't really be a garage—more like a large room where your car is trapped. The movement required for your roller door to open and close is going to make some noise, but what about when that noise escalates to an alarmingly loud rattling and shaking? There are a few things that need to be done when your roller door has become a rattling door. Read More 

Understanding the Annual Fire Safety Statement

The law, through the building code of Australia and various acts like the 2002 Environmental Planning and Assessment Act and OHS Act, requires that building and business owners take measures to ensure that the people working in a building or the building itself is protected from fire. Such measures include the installation of fire prevention and firefighting equipment and educating or training people on fire response drills. To ensure that these measures are followed, the law requires building and business owners to generate an annual fire safety statement. Read More