Living From One Paycheck To The Next? Find Out What You Can Do To Improve Your Situation
28 December 2018
Do you live from one paycheck to the next? It is likely quite difficult for you to make one paycheck last until the next time you get one, especially if you get paid on a bi-weekly basis. The unfortunate truth is that nearly 80% of the people in the United States who work full-time are living from one paycheck to the next. Because you are living this way, you may try to do what you can to budget your money and save as much as possible.
How Customized Digital Displays Can Help A High School Football Team Profit
28 November 2017
High school football is a huge aspect of American culture and one that can surprisingly benefit a school financially. Investing in a high-quality custom digital display can make the school stand out and improve its profitability even more.
Confusion Can Ruin A Sporting Event
While some types of confusion at a sporting competition may be caused by outside forces, many people who are watching get confused if the scoreboard or signage is inaccurate or malfunctioning.
It's Time To Switch: Get Rid Of Those Office Fluorescents And Install LED Flat Panels
23 October 2017
Fluorescent lights in offices are so normal now that most people don't really think about them, but as an office building manager, you need to keep a number of issues in mind as you run the facility. One of these is that fluorescents, long touted as an energy-saving option, have been surpassed by LED flat panel lighting. LED panels provide bright light that can be just as good if not better than fluorescent tubes -- and they can be a lot safer, too.
2 Signs Your Bathroom's Inline GFCI Outlet Needs Replacing
12 September 2017
If your bathroom's ground fault circuit interrupter outlet, or GFCI outlet, has started exhibiting odd behavior, you may wonder if it is time to replace it. If so, look for the following signs that the outlet is having issues that may make replacing it necessary.
Small Appliances Trip the Inline Breaker
One sign that your outlet may need replacing is the frequency at which the inline GFCI breaker trips whenever you use small appliances.