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How to Pressure Wash a House Before Painting It
How to Pressure Wash a House Before Painting It

A clean surface is required before any interior or exterior painting project. Before painting the exterior of a house it is essential and almost mandatory to pressure wash the area in order to prep a surface to even have the hope of performing a professional paint application.

The Components of a Disaster Recovery Plan
The Components of a Disaster Recovery Plan

Disasters are not something a business can predict. Be it a flood, tornado, or a massive blackout, many professionals either forget to obtain backup servers or cannot afford them. The mere fact that a single incident can turn a thriving business into a failure should spur all businesses, both large and small, to obtain and maintain a disaster recovery plan.

How to Convert Time for Payroll
How to Convert Time for Payroll

Owning a small business brings a lot of small responsibilities that can add up to real time consumers. If you process the payroll of your company yourself and have to pay employees hourly this is definitely one of those items that can take some effort. Those wages sound easy to calculate but in practice, there are a few things to remember when tracking the hours worked on their time sheets.

OSHA’s Silica Rule Takes Effect Despite Legal Challenges
OSHA’s Silica Rule Takes Effect Despite Legal Challenges

Implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s final rule on Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica officially takes effect June 23, 2016.

The Advantages Of A Computerized Payroll System
The Advantages Of A Computerized Payroll System

Traditionally, most employee work hours have been kept on time cards or sheets that would have to be filled out for each day worked, and then turned in at the end of the week to the HR department or bookkeepers. But this job has been made easier because of payroll software that can be used to record work times, and store them in a database for easy access.

Types of Construction and Boom Lifts
Types of Construction and Boom Lifts

Construction and boom lifts are powerful tools. They can help with everything from moving materials around a job site in the earliest stages of a project to lifting specialty workers into hard-to-reach areas for those fine finishing details. With so many lifts to choose from, it’s important to understand the functionality and specializations of each option. When you’re managing the diverse needs of a construction worksite, you must choose the appropriate machinery for every task. Consider these versatile lifts for your next project.

Types of Heavy Equipment Lease Financing
Types of Heavy Equipment Lease Financing

Manufacturing companies have a variety of options when it comes to funding a heavy equipment. Apart from the various options to finance, these companies also get benefits from the increasingly competitive lending practices. However, many businesses choose to lease construction equipment instead of buying it and financing it with a loan. Heavy tool leasing is one of the most popular practices among business owners.

How to Keep Track of Employee Hours
How to Keep Track of Employee Hours

Technology today makes keeping a record of work times much easier. It is a requirement for all businesses to keep tabs of all records regarding any business related activity for legal purposes. Documenting the wage earners’, contractors’, or freelancers’ time play a tremendous role in making sure the business is running efficiently.

How to Use an Air Compressor on Your Flat Tire
How to Use an Air Compressor on Your Flat Tire

It happens to everyone, so don’t think you are alone here. Every so often, we all run into issues regarding our tires. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use your compressor to restore your tire back to new.

How to Use a Rototiller to Level the Ground
How to Use a Rototiller to Level the Ground

When it comes to taking care of a lawn or garden, a lot of things are important to making sure your grass or plants grow properly. Fertilization, watering, and weeding are all important, but sometimes rototilling is a good step to take in the process.

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