How is tarmac laid?

If you’re considering new tarmac for your property, it is really a job for professionals. The level of skill involved is quite large, coupled with the expense of getting all the right machinery and equipment and knowing how to use them all. Here’s how to get a good job for all your tarmac needs: Continue reading How is tarmac laid?

Don’t give thieves an easy time!

A burglary occurs every 40 seconds in the UK so it is a crime that affects many people. Burglary is a forced entry into a residence for the purpose of committing a crime of theft. This can be a very emotional experience and annoying to find that you have been robbed. It’s not just that you might have lost valuable property but also that your private, personal space has been violated. The thought of someone in your home can be very distressing and feel like you’ve had a security breach. Some people blame themselves if they forgot to secure a door or window, or if they have been deceived by a distraction burglary but it is important to remember that it’s not your fault. Continue reading Don’t give thieves an easy time!

Are the benefits of online marketing still eluding the smallest businesses?

Recent research conducted by a leading firm specialising in reviews and ratings on a B2B basis has revealed that almost a third of all small businesses are currently operating without their own website. Some small business owners have even gone as far as to state that they don’t intend to ever invest in their own websites. Continue reading Are the benefits of online marketing still eluding the smallest businesses?

Make a splash

Racing is not restricted to the roads or racetrack as there is plenty of action to be found out on the water. Powerboat racing is a type of racing on the ocean using super fast boats. The sport goes back surprisingly far with it’s origins being in 1903 when the Automobile Club of Great Britain and it’s sister club, the Marine Motor Association decided to organise a race of auto-boats. The sport was officially recognised the following year when a race took place from the English coast to Calais, France. The United States soon followed suit with their first race occurring in 1911. Continue reading Make a splash

What does ‘voltage’ refer to in a battery?

Batteries come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from small watch batteries to car and motorbike batteries as well as rechargeable batteries used in machinery used by Essex Tree Surgeon businesses. that require considerably more power to start an engine. However, one thing that they all have in common is how this power capacity is measured. Continue reading What does ‘voltage’ refer to in a battery?