How to Cut the Cost of Your Commerical Electricity Bill

Electricity isn't getting any cheaper. If your business uses a lot of computers, they are probably pushing up your electricity bill and cutting into your profits. However, there are a number of steps that you can take to reduce the amount of electricity the computers use and your energy bills. Below are some top tips. Use suitable computing power While no one wants to use a computer which still uses the Windows 95 operating system, it is important that the computers in your office are as powerful as you need them to be and not much more. Read More 

3 Ways of Minimising Belt-related Accidents When Using Conveyors In Your Mining Site

In a mining site, you need conveyors to help you speed up work. Conveyors comprise a system of belts, pulleys and cabins (in some cases) for transporting materials, equipment and workers within the mining site. One of the most important components of the conveyor is the belt. It facilitates the motion of the conveyor system. For a mining site, you should go for a general-purpose belt. General-purpose belts are made using materials like leather, polyvinyl chloride, urethane or rubber. Read More 

Common Misconceptions About Home Automation

Home automation, meaning being able to manage certain tasks related to your home through a controller of some sort, is very common today. However, as common as it is, many homeowners still have some misconceptions about what home automation includes. Note a few of those misconceptions here so you can decide if this is a good choice for your home. Misconception 1: Everything works from a pad in the home Read More 

Tips to Enhancing Your TV Antenna Reception

Nothing is as exasperating as settling in to watch your favourite TV shows, only to have your viewing constantly interrupted by substandard reception. Although in some cases this bad reception may be due to technical difficulties, it may also simply be caused by loose antenna connections. Here are some handy tips that could help you enhance your TV reception. Inspect the connection of your cable antenna The first place to start would be by checking if the cable connection is loose. Read More 

Keep Your Business Safe: Watch Out For Electrical Hazards

Electrical distribution faults and problems in lighting equipment accounted for 48 percent of electrical fires in homes between 2007 and 2011. The dangers of inadequate electrical systems are multiple times greater where a large premise or business is involved. The last thing you want is to lose your business and workforce because of an electrical problem that can be managed. However, sometimes it's the small things that lead up to the catastrophes, and not unforeseen problems. Read More