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Avoid Dog Day Afternoons by Investing in AC

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Al Pacino, with his wilted collar and dampened hair hanging into his eyes, showed us that the heat, especially when you are trying to rob a bank, can make any situation more stressful in the 1975 film Dog Day Afternoon. Though you probably aren’t planning on robbing a bank any time in the near future, fighting back against the heat if you want to stay relaxed and comfortable during the hot summer months. While there are a bunch of different ways to do that, including heading to the lake or relaxing by the pool to take a dip when you get hot, investing in working air conditioning units is always a good idea.

According to reports from the EIA, an estimated 87% of homes in the United States have air conditioning systems, and roughly three quarters in the West and Midwest have central air. This m

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Epoxy Flooring is a Great Option in a Number of Industrial Settings

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Although it has lots of practical uses, concrete is quite porous and leaves room for dirt, dust, and grim to get stuck in the floor. As a result, it is not always the best choice in buildings with high traffic that want to maintain a clean environment and smooth aesthetic. Instead, property owners might want to think about using epoxy flooring systems as an alternative. Commercial epoxy flooring comes in a number of different compounds to provide the maximum amount of protection and meet the needs of virtually any flooring type. As a result, it can be a great investment for property owners who want to reduce damage to their floors and, consequently, spend less time and money on repairs.

Moisture is one of the main problems that cause floors to crack, wear down, or deteriorate. If that is a problem, in

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