7 Safety Items You Need If Children Use Your Pontoon

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If you have a pontoon or a water deck that children are going to use, you want to ensure that area is safe. Besides adult supervision, there are a number of safety elements you may want to consider. Here are seven items that may help. 1. Side Rails Rather than having an open sided pontoon or dock, consider putting up side rails. Ideally, the rails should be designed to reflect the same safety standards that you would use in a home or commercial space.…

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5 Signs Your Caravan Needs Underpinning

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Underpinning refers to a number of processes used to strengthen the foundation of a home. However, this practice does not just apply to traditional homes and buildings. It can also apply to caravans. If you are planning to permanently move into a caravan, you may want to consider underpinning for several different reasons. Here are some of the top reasons: 1. Obtaining Loans In some cases, it can be hard to get traditional mortgages on a caravan.…

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What to Ask a Taxi Company When Making Reservations For a Business Trip

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When planning a business trip for yourself, or if you will be hosting business clients or customers from out of town, you may find it more convenient to reserve a cab than to rent a car. With a cab, you won’t need to worry about finding parking or paying parking fees and can be picked up and dropped off at the front door of your hotel or office building. It can also be cheaper to pay for a cab for quick trips back and forth between a hotel and office building than renting a car that you will rarely use.…

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