Did you know that contractors (and all businesses for that matter) may be able to expense up to $500,000 in work truck purchases in 2013?
Section 179 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code (IRC-179) allows businesses to expense up to … Read the rest
We’ve all read about cyber-attacks against large corporations. Did you know the same threats are faced by small business?
With larger corporations taking steps against cyber-crime, small business has become the target of bad actors. A 2013 Internet Security Threat … Read the rest
Many of us have elderly parents that want to live independently in their homes. That can be a concern…we want our parents to have a rich life of independence in their older years but we’re also concerned about their safety.… Read the rest
Most every GC or EC has horror stories about fire alarm systems contractors. And behind the horror stories is an underlying reality: fire alarm contractors can cause delay penalties and litigation to prime or second tier contractors more so than … Read the rest
Here are some red flags that it might be time to switch your home security company:
- It takes too long for them to call you back. More than one business day is unacceptable.
- They never follow up on a request
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Do you really want good security for your business?
Then don’t commit your money to any security company without doing the proper due diligence first.
These days, most business owners are smart enough to do some research before buying a … Read the rest
Many of you will be traveling this holiday season. Some of you may experience problems with your vehicle. As a company committed to your safety, we wanted to share with you our list of the top items you should have … Read the rest
Most new commercial buildings and offices in California and Oregon require installation of an automatic fire sprinkler system.
To make the most of the investment and to comply with most community codes and insurance requirements, it’s important to make sure … Read the rest