How To Prepare For A Fleet Manager Interview

Posted on: 17 September 2015
If you are a fleet manager, you are going to be in charge of not only a great deal of people, but also a great deal of vehicle and machinery. This is a huge responsibility for any company to place on the shoulders of one person. As a result, they want to make sure that they find the right person who is going to be able to handle the responsibilities of the job, not lose their cool, and be successful.
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Impact Doors: Aspects To Consider Before Buying New Ones For Your Home

Posted on: 15 September 2015
Before you install new impact doors on the outside of your home, it is best to consider a few aspects. These factors will help you choose durable and stylish doors to grace the outside of your home. Impact Resistant The most important aspect about impact doors is how they deal with physical force. For example, when you want a door that has large glass panels, an impact product is going to be a very good option.
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Steps To Repairing Your Neglected Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted on: 30 August 2015
If you're moving your business into an older building that has been vacant for a while, the parking lot may be neglected. As long as the lot is not so old that's it's past its useful life, you can probably have it repaired rather than having to replace it. Here are some of the steps involved in parking lot repair. Fill Cracks And Potholes The first step is to fix obvious problems with the parking lot.
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Save Money And Stop Leaks With Roof Coating

Posted on: 13 August 2015
If your home has a flat roof or one with a low slope, you have to be vigilant against leaks, since water doesn't roll off the roof as quickly as it does on a sloped roof. As your roof ages, or when leaves and twigs accumulate, water can puddle on the roof after a storm and further increase the risk of leaking and water damage. One solution for this problem is to coat your roof with a waterproof membrane.
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