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Ward Off Energy Vampires

Did you know that there are energy vampires hiding in your office that suck up your power, both day and night? Don’t let them drain your budget. Consider these simple solutions to stop energy vampires.  Unplug electronic devices that are not in use.  Many devices continue to use power, even when they’re turned off. Unplug …

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Fire Prevention Month: Space Heater Safety

When used properly, space heaters are a great way to stay warm in a chilly office environment. They can also pose significant risks and be a fire hazard in your workplace. Before plugging in your space heater this season, review the following tips to keep you and your coworkers safe and warm.  Always place a …

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Louie’s Tips for a Safe Halloween

Halloween can be a fun event for the whole family, but it’s important to make sure that everyone knows about potential hazards. Before your kids head out the door, talk about safety procedures and consider Louie’s tips so your night doesn’t turn into a spooky situation. Stay in sight. Use reflective tape to make yourself …

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Getting Ready for Cooler Weather

Colder weather sometimes mean higher energy bills. Here are five quick tips to help manage energy costs and keep your business comfortable during the fall and winter months.   Seal Any Leaks and Gaps Around the Workplace Did you know that leaky ducts can allow up to 30 percent of the air to escape? Before the …

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Test Your Knowledge: Emergency Preparedness

National Preparedness Month is the perfect time of year to plan ahead. Knowing what to do when a disaster strikes is critical for keeping you and others safe at home and work. Start by assembling an emergency kit that takes into consideration your specific needs. Take this short quiz to test your knowledge on what …

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Safety First: Call Before You Dig

As the summer winds down, you may be thinking about ways to boost your curb appeal with easy projects like landscaping changes and lighting upgrades. For any project that requires you to dig, it’s important that you first know where the underground utility lines are located around your property. Call 811 at least 48 hours …

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