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The Wedding Details Not To Be Missed

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You know what you’re wearing, what you’re eating, and who’s reading what at your ceremony, but none of that matters if you have no way of getting yourselves (and the wedding party) to the wedding site (a great task for the groom). These 6 tips for hire wedding cars in London will get you ready to roll:6182722733_e4c904ba97_o

  1. What It Costs

You’re likely to be charged by the hour for prestige cars to hire London and you may be required to contract the cars for a minimum amount of time. A 15 to 20 percent gratuity may also be added to your bill. The parking service bill should also reflect a 15 to 20 percent gratuity charge. In this case, make sure guests know not to tip.

  1. Ways to Save

Stick with your standard six-person town car instead of a stretch limo — the former is actually a limo, just not as long. Leave out the TV, full bar, and sunroof. Or, let bride and groom get a ride and have the wedding party carpool it.

  1. Parking Protocol

Having your reception at a hotel, restaurant, banquet hall, or special events facility? The site manager may be taking care of parking arrangements and staff. If not (or if you prefer to hire an independent service), here are some guidelines: Valets are attendants that physically park cars for guests upon arrival, retrieve them when guests leave, and staff the parking area for the duration of the event. Non-valet attendants direct traffic, hold signs, point you towards available spaces, and staff the area. Figure five valets (or three or four non-valets) per 100 guests. The parking service manager should check out the location to determine the number of attendants needed before quoting a price. And keep in mind that meage to non-existent parking facilities, massive guest lists, and complicated locations will require more manpower and add to the cost.

  1. Guest Issues

Think transporting guests from ceremony to reception isn’t your bag? Better hope all your guests are driving. Picture 150 people fighting for cabs during a conveniently timed, post-ceremony thunderstorm. Look into hiring a bus or a couple of minivans if you think this could happen. You also need to consider the distance between ceremony and reception. If the ceremony ends at 4:30 and the reception space (20 minutes away) won’t be ready until 5:45, you risk having guests arrive while the space is still being prepared. Those early birds will have to make their own fun, which, trust us, doesn’t look good on you. Try to time everything just right. Call the reception site to change the start time, if necessary.

  1. Paparazzi Shots

Have your photographer ride along with you. Those glamorous in-car shots (pre- and post-ceremony) are fast becoming a new classic.

  1. Be Prepared

We can’t say it enough: prepare a call sheet with names and all pickup/drop off addresses and times, so that you can call to confirm these arrangements with the car company the day before the wedding (or on that morning). The drivers should have this information well in advance, as well as detailed directions to the ceremony and reception sites. Also, make sure that everyone getting a ride has a copy of the directions stashed in their pocket or purse, with an emergency contact number in case the driver gets lost.

Your Modern Living Room

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Study room at the attic

Today’s living rooms in moderately priced homes are not the giant rooms you find in the much older homes. To be kind to the designers who tried to maximise square footage, we can call them ‘intimate’ settings. If you feel less kindly, you can call them small.

Modern living rooms differ to the traditional and ornate in that they are usually simple in their approach and often minimalist with strong accent on colour and simple form. This simple room is basically black and white with an accent on the Arne Jacobsen egg chair in a soft yellow. It works well as the decoration is subtle in a small space. Imagine if the room used bright or dark colours. It would close up immediately, yet even in this small space its interesting and feels large. Before you purchase new furniture for your living room there are several facts you have to determine. First, how is your living room going to be used? Is it a formal room where guests will visit for a short time but you will not be serving refreshments? Is it a great room that is multi-functional? Do you plan to use your living room as the name implies – as a room to live in? This means you will use it for family gatherings, entertaining guests, watching television, etc. It is a room that will be well-used.

Now that you have defined its purpose there are two other considerations: space and budget. In listing how much furniture you need in your living room, you must make the distinction between want and need. You can want a $5,000 leather sofa but you need a place where three people can sit. Sometimes individuals are wealthy enough where they can combine the two. Most individuals and families are not in those financial latitudes. The basic furniture to begin a standard living room is a sofa, one chair, one coffee table, one end table and one lamp. This gives you seating for four. The end table with the lamp and the coffee table give your guests a place to set their drinks or cups plus you can set snacks on the longer table. You can add to this grouping as you see fit. Depending on space, many individuals feel they need more furniture in their living rooms. The logical additions would be another chair and a second end table and lamp. This gives you comfortable seating for five. There are several free software programs on the Internet where you can put in the dimensions of your living room and add furniture to see how it will look in different arrangements

Perhaps you have a great room that serves all purposes. In your household you have two adults and three children. You will be watching television in this room and the children will be using it to play games. This is where the floor plan will really help because you will need more furniture in your living room. You may opt for comfortable recliners for the adults. To keep clutter at a minimum you may consider an armoire for the television. There are also wall units that house the television, DVD player and music components in the middle with space-saving book cases on either end. It depends on your available space and how much money you have to spend. If you like the idea of the wall unit, there are plenty of retail stores as well as on-line sites that sell them for a lesser amount if you put them together yourself. Once you have your main pieces of shopping for home furniture in Massachusetts selected and in place you can begin to add accessories or other items if needed. The one thing you do want to avoid is too much furniture. This will make the room appear smaller and give you and your family a feeling of claustrophobia. You want your living room to be inviting and comfortable. If you have sufficient furniture and there are bare spaces, you can add greenery or potted plants where they can get good light. Old trunks make ideal places to store toys, magazines, board games and other things that may make the room seem cluttered. It can also serve as a table top for children to play on or a bench should you need additional seating. The same goes for ottomans. There are many styles and colours in ottomans that double and triple as storage spaces as well as extra seating.

How Much Does A New Kitchen Cost?

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Küche – Kitchen

The cost of getting a new kitchen can escalate easily, running into thousands depending on what materials you go for and which company you use. But choosing carefully and using a few money-saving tricks could cut your final bill considerably. Map out your current kitchen layout (or empty kitchen if you plan to start from scratch) on graph paper using metric measurements, as this is what kitchen manufacturers use.

Central to the design of your kitchen are your storage requirements. Assess your needs – what do you need to store and how much storage space will you therefore need? What do you use regularly and what do you use less often? Of the things you use regularly, where would make most sense for them to be stored? For example, if you like to try new recipes and experiment with spices, having cookbooks and a spice rack to hand near the hob would be useful. Or if you’re a seasoned baker, storage for baking utensils and ingredients might be best placed by the area where you’ll do most preparation. Once you’ve thought about what you want to store and where it makes most sense to place things, have a think about the different types of storage available: kitchen islands, open shelves, pull-out units, corner storage racks, hooks, freestanding units such as dressers, floor-to-ceiling cupboards, plate racks and wine racks (built-in or freestanding).

Look out for sales to grab a bargain kitchen – post-Christmas and pre-Easter are usually good times to buy.  Websites like diyluxurykitchens.co.uk can help you find the design you want. Once you’ve found a company you like, if it can’t reduce the price any further, ask whether it will include the sink or certain appliances for no extra charge.  Avoid giving a company more than 25% deposit before everything is delivered. If you’re able, pay at least £100 of the deposit on your credit card. This will give you extra rights, should you encounter problems later on. Check the payment schedule before signing any contracts for products and fitting. You can also buy a second-hand kitchen at a bargain price, but it’s vital to check it all fits well and that care has been taken to avoid damaging the kitchen when units are removed from another building. Whether you get a new kitchen or a second-hand one, if it’s from a big brand, it’s worth checking how highly its customers rate it.

If you decide to buy all new appliances, a typical list, including a washing machine, built-in oven, hob, cooker hood, dishwasher and fridge freezer, will cost from around £1,500, if you choose budget Best Buy-rated appliances. Installation is an extra expense on top of the kitchen itself and could be anything from £250 for pre-assembled units up to around £1,000, depending on the size of your kitchen and what’s being installed. Your kitchen’s plumbing, electrical wiring and waste water pipes also have a bearing on the overall cost. The more pipework and wiring you need to move, the higher the cost of your kitchen improvement will be. So if you can keep the layout of your old kitchen, the cheaper the installation will be.  Many kitchen companies offer an installation service, at extra cost. We asked customers to rate the firm they used for installation, including the speed and quality of installation, the amount of mess made and the communication with their installer. Overall customer scores ranged from 84% to 56%, so it’s worth taking a look at our guide to kitchen brand installation to find out how your preferred company scored.

Repairing A Damaged Roof

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6The source of most roof leaks is hard to find because it originates away from where the leak shows up. In order to find the source of a leak, follow a roofer’s advice and “think like water.”

Water typically comes in through worn, broken, or missing shingles; where nails have worked loose; or through corroded or poorly sealed roof flashing around vents, skylights, or chimneys or along the intersections of roof planes. Once water passes the roofing, it flows along the sheathing, roof rafters, or topside of ceilings until it finds a place to drip down—inevitably onto your favorite piece of furniture. Look for a roof leak during the day. Go into the attic with a bright flashlight; step only on secure framing members and never on the insulation or topside of the ceiling below—neither of these will support you! Start above the place where the drip has occurred and work your way uproof, looking for wetness along the framing members.

If the weather has been dry for a while, look for water marks, stains, or discolorations on the wood made by moisture. Then switch off the light and try to find a hole where daylight shows through the roof. (With a wood-shingle roof, you’ll see many such places, but while the overlapped shingles let light show through they shed water.) If it’s still raining, put a bucket under the leak in an area with proper support. Let the bucket collect the drips and fix the leak when the weather clears. You can also use a company like roofbuildhomeimprovements.co.uk to sort the leak for you, if you don’t have the tools

When installing shingles, make sure the nails are embedded securely into the felt and sheathing. Over time, the sun’s heat will cause the roof and shingles to expand, making the nails pop out of place and thus increasing the risk of a leak. Because the roof is sloped, make sure you layer the shingles from bottom to top, overlapping the top set with the bottom. This will ensure your roof is protected from all the weather elements.

Rent a nail gun. Most can be rented for about $20 a day. The gun usually comes with a measurement guide that can save a lot of time. The standard width between each row of shingles is 5 inches.

After cleaning the debris and reframing the roof, lay down a base (sheathing). Eight-foot, 1/2-inch-thick plywood is standard sheathing material. Measure the opening of the section of roof to be shingled, cut the plywood to size and nail to roof rafters. Stagger the sheathing in a brick pattern for extra strength. Do not place an entire 8-foot section of plywood onto roof. Such a long piece is structurally unstable in the middle. Continue to install in brick pattern, staggering the plywood seams until the open area is covered. Start by stapling the 6-inch starter strip at the bottom section of roof leaving a 1-inch overhang on the eave to ensure drainage into the gutters. Going from bottom up, lay and nail the remaining felt layers with a 2-inch overlap. Be sure to nail the tar strip on each felt layer to ensure maximum hold. Companies like roofbuildhomeimprovements.co.uk will always be on hand for good advice when repairing a roof.

Lay the first row of shingles starting at a bottom corner of the roof. Place a base row of shingles following the chalk lines on the felt and move upward in a pyramid shape. Use six nails per shingle to ensure maximum hold, and be sure to always nail on the tar strip. Continue working your way across and up the roof, following your initial pyramid base. If repairing a section of damaged roof, be sure you layer the existing shingles on top of the new. This will ensure a uniform and seamless look.

Cruise VS Holiday Resort

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If you’ve been abroad on a fabulous holiday abroad at a great resort or on a cruise sailing across the Mediterranean, you’ll know the absolute joy and peace time away can bring. Choosing a holiday however, can actually be stressful! Booking a holiday is now something of a difficulty given the sheer choice available now so we’ve divided it down between the two most popular holiday choices, a cruise or a holiday resort.

Ferry dhows starting to ply Dubai Creek in the early morning.  I love being on the water so an early morning ride on a dhow while the city wakes up was simply wonderful

Ferry dhows starting to ply Dubai Creek in the early morning.
I love being on the water so an early morning ride on a dhow while the city wakes up was simply wonderful

Holiday resorts have a distinct advantage in that they give you the choice from self-catering to all-inclusive and everything is in one place. If you’re looking to stay in one place and explore one region then a holiday resort holiday can be easier. Travelling with small children is also a consideration as after a flight the last thing most want to do is then travel even further than their destination. Are you interested in a geographic range of choices? Then a cruise is likely the best option for you as it’s practically a floating holiday resort given the sheer size of the ship and what it has to offer. Travelling across different areas of the world full board and with many activities on board you get to have your entire holiday and everything you could want right at your fingertips.

The sheer design of holiday resorts today mean that hotels and apartments are far more attractive than they used to be. Being able to have the choice of a suite versus a room on a resort can mean the difference as to whether you have a balcony or not with your room. While wrought iron railings along balconies are a feature in old hotels and country manors, most holiday resorts have upgraded themselves to glass balconies and balustrades. Unparalleled when it comes to style and chicness, glass balconies offer an uninterrupted view. Companies like capitalinteriors.co.uk offer anti-scratch glass or decorative glass designs and planners who use these on hotel or cruise ship balconies can quite clearly see the market that they are designing for.

When sailing on a cruise ships, the outdoor cabins and suites generally have balconies with sheer glass to allow for an excellent view and is strong enough to resist impact and stresses and is highly aesthetic. A lot of older hotels and resorts are complimented by the standard wrought iron railing balconies but people tend to prefer the cleaner, more modern look of glass and the structural glass offers a frameless look.

When choosing a holiday, people are attracted by the ‘packaging’ in the same way Marks and Spencer package differently to other supermarkets to be more aesthetically pleasing. Most holiday makers are looking for hotels or cruise ships that look attractive. No one wants to pay for a holiday with no decent windows or painted bright pink with purple spots. Companies online supply toughened glass and this is used and designed on things like frameless balconies to withstand the weather and the play of toddlers.

Five Ways to Upgrade Your Home

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Whether you are planning to release some money out of your home for upgrades or unlocking some of your property wealth to enjoy a cash boost, it makes sense to keep your house in the best condition you can. Regularly renovating and upgrading the home and garden can make such a difference to the value of the home and it’s a good way to invest some of your hard earned money. The higher the value of the home the greater the equity will be available to you and there are some very good ways of adding value to the property.

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  • Adding a bedroom. When you carry out either a loft conversion or build a bedroom over the garage, adding a bedroom can really create value to the home. Investing in a company like co.uk means you can ensure your windows of the new bedrooms are done professionally as well as the doors you install.
  • Build an extension. If you’re in a bungalow adding a whole floor to your home can really add some value. Obviously you have to have the right planning permission but this can be the most expensive way of adding value to your home. If it’s done well and in keeping with the rest of the property the return on your investments can be well worth it in the end.
  • Upgrading the kitchen. Usually the kitchen is the hub of the home and as it’s where you do most of your entertaining keeping it updated is important. You can get the windows and doors done through co.uk or a similar company and that way you can add a decent percentage to the value of your home.
  • Upgrading the bathroom. Another way of adding value to your house is by bringing an outdated bathroom to life. A new suite, flooring and tiling will transform the room and adds a good bit of money to your home. You can even add in an ensuite to your bedroom and this will drastically change the value of the home as a lot of families – especially new parents – appreciate what a second bathroom can add to the house.
  • Companies such as jpglass.co.uk can install conservatories to the home to be enjoyed by everyone whatever the weather. If it’s under a certain size you won’t even need planning permission and even a small conservatory can add value.

You can have a chat with your mortgage provider as well as someone independent to come out and value your property for you and they should be able to tell you whether the changes you have made have been worth it for the house. Your home can be the most important asset you own and especially when you get to retirement. Your home could be the future inheritance for your children and adding value to it now will mean something amazing for your family in the future.

Reasons To Hire A Contractor

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In today’s unpredictable business world, permanent roles are not always suitable for the needs of an organisation.  Increasingly, companies are relying on contract or interim employees to augment their teams during periods of organisational change. Sometimes there is foresight to these changes such as busy season or project implementation, but there are also situations where employees are terminated or leave for other reasons, and employers are left in a pinch, needing talent immediately.

Here are six scenarios that demonstrate why you may want to consider general contractor services MA:

  1. One-off, short-term projects11

Companies often find themselves struggling with a lack of resources or skills for projects that may be one-off or short term. This can include undertakings such as IT or systems implementations, compliance requirements for new legislation or policy, and process/efficiency evaluations, among others. A contractor provides you with a more flexible arrangement to complete these projects without needing the commitment of a permanent employee.

  1. Financial advantage and risk mitigation

Contract workers often result in cost savings to organizations. While they may earn a higher wage, you will often save on costs such as taxes, benefits, training and development, redundancy payouts and vacation pay that ultimately end up being more costly in the long-term. In addition, you can protect your organization from unforeseen legal issues and costs as most contractors maintain their own liability insurance.

  1. Leaves of absence

Employees may go on leave for a number of reasons, such as parental leave, a sudden illness or sabbatical. Upon these departures, you may be required to bridge a skills gap or cover responsibilities for a certain period. It is helpful to utilize a contractor in these circumstances, as they can cover off a predetermined timeline or can be used for an indefinite period until you find a more permanent solution.

  1. Fill an immediate need

Imagine that you are in the middle of developing your budget and your CFO suddenly leaves. Contracting with an interim CFO is a great way to assist in this type of situation for a couple of reasons. Firstly, they are experts at entering an organization at difficult times. They have experience dealing with new processes, cultures and teams at a moment’s notice. Secondly, their productivity is instant as they are trained experts in their field and are used to navigating various systems and procedures. Hiring interim support not only helps fill the immediate need, but also gives the organization time to critically think and assess their next move.

  1. Specialized knowledge and expertise

As an organization, you may come across situations where you require specialized knowledge in a particular functional area. Whether it be, specialization in compensation, labour relations, project management, systems integration or technical experts in fields such as engineering, or geology, there are a variety of individuals with specific expertise that are available for contract or interim positions.

  1. Mentoring or coaching

Many companies are faced with an ageing workforce and as their businesses have grown, have neglected effective succession planning at the leadership level. In many cases, organisation have strong technical talent willing to take the next step, but have not yet mastered the strategic skills required to take on leadership roles. The use of an experienced interim professional with both a functional and mentoring/coaching mandate may be beneficial to the long-term success of organisation. Furthermore, these individuals can be utilised in technical development and performance management scenarios.

How to Become an Architect

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8654497452_d217b9891d_bArchitects are the people who design and oversee the construction of buildings, homes and other structures as shelters. They are highly educated individuals who are licensed to do the job they do and they are responsible for the safety and functionality of each project they undertake.  The role itself is so much more than just being great at drawing or having an aptitude for carpentry. Architects are involved in each phase of a process of creating a new structure from conceiving the idea for the structure’s design to communicating the plans to clients to overseeing the construction process and ensuring the final structure is satisfactory. Companies like ggpconsult.co.uk hire the best architects and offer an architectural service to others who require it.

Architects have the following talents and skills:

  • They are creative. You can’t be an architect without a level of being a visionary. Architects come up with original ideas for creating well-designed structures that complement their surroundings and suit their purpose. Every time you step outside your house and see a building, that was designed by an architect aiming for the sweet beauty and functionality and some of the structures we are privy to outside like stadiums and large convention centres are dreamed up by someone with a knack for envisioning the perfect space.
  • They are scientific. Architecture is an art, yes, but it is also a science. Designing buildings with elegance and beauty is one thing but the ability and understanding of how the different components of a building work together to create a sturdy, safe environment is imperative for an architect. Understanding maths and physics is an essential.
  • They are great communicators. Architects must effectively share their vision for a structure with the client who will be constructing it and being able to convey that vision is important.

You get to decide what type of architect you want to be as some work with firms and see projects from birth to completion and others use their skills in different areas of the industry. You could choose to be an architect and work with companies like ggpconsult.co.uk and work within industries like civil engineering and mechanical engineering. You could also go the route of landscape architecture and focus on how spaces outside buildings play a complementary role. Some architects focus only on design and make sure that the plans for a building follow the correct building codes and meet client expectations. There are construction firms out there that hire architects as project managers and these project managers then oversee the construction of structures.

Deciding the type of architect you want to be will directly follow what you are interested in as a person as well as the type of design you want to do. You may already know the direction of your vision but talking to other architects and seeing how architectural companies work can really help you to decide where you want to work and place yourself in the world of architecture.

Careers in Architecture

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Architects are involved in each phase of a process of creating a new structure from conceiving the idea for the structure’s design to communicating the plans to clients to overseeing the construction process and ensuring the final structure is satisfactory. Companies like ggpconsult.co.uk hire the best architects and offer an architectural service to others who require it.

Architects are the people who design and oversee the construction of buildings, homes and other structures as shelters. They are highly educated individuals who are licensed to do the job they do and they are responsible for the safety and functionality of each project they undertake.  The role itself is so much more than just being great at drawing or having an aptitude for carpentry.

Architects have the following talents and skills:11

  • They are creative. You can’t be an architect without a level of being a visionary. Architects come up with original ideas for creating well-designed structures that complement their surroundings and suit their purpose. Every time you step outside your house and see a building, that was designed by an architect aiming for the sweet beauty and functionality and some of the structures we are privy to outside like stadiums and large convention centres are dreamed up by someone with a knack for envisioning the perfect space.
  • They are scientific. Architecture is an art, yes, but it is also a science. Designing buildings with elegance and beauty is one thing but the ability and understanding of how the different components of a building work together to create a sturdy, safe environment is imperative for an architect. Understanding maths and physics is an essential.
  • They are great communicators. Architects must effectively share their vision for a structure with the client who will be constructing it and being able to convey that vision is important.

You get to decide what type of architect you want to be as some work with firms and see projects from birth to completion and others use their skills in different areas of the industry. You could choose to be an architect and work with companies like ggpconsult.co.uk and work within industries like civil engineering and mechanical engineering. You could also go the route of landscape architecture and focus on how spaces outside buildings play a complementary role. Some architects focus only on design and make sure that the plans for a building follow the correct building codes and meet client expectations. There are construction firms out there that hire architects as project managers and these project managers then oversee the construction of structures.

Deciding the type of architect you want to be will directly follow what you are interested in as a person as well as the type of design you want to do. You may already know the direction of your vision but talking to other architects and seeing how architectural companies work can really help you to decide where you want to work and place yourself in the world of architecture.

Big Benefits Of New Equipment

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Your business is always growing, so shouldn’t your technology be growing with it? All too often, businesses stick with their outdated equipment, thinking that a new investment simply is not worth it. However, whether your equipment consists of one lone printer or a fleet of multi-function devices, there are several reasons upgrading is vital for business success. We all seem to have a story that involves old and outdated office equipment that isn’t up to the job that it is assigned to do. All companies need a good office equipment solution company.

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The problem with this repeated story is that it’s the reality to many businesses across the nation. Businesses of today simply cannot function without the help of technology, and outdated technology can spell disaster for efficiency and productivity in the workplace. That is why it is imperative that business owners view the purchase of new office equipment as an investment in the total productivity in a company rather than a plain expense.

There are many benefits associated with upgrading office equipment. We all know that businesses are only able to churn out as much work as their equipment allows them to do. It would make sense that a company would want a printer that is able to handle the maximum amount of output that they can produce. It also makes sense that a company would want a fax machine or multifunction system that is able to keep up with the general pace of the business. Ensuring that your employees are able to use the office equipment with ease will have a large, positive effect on productivity as well.

Here are some reasons why evaluating your equipment every few years is so important:

  • First and foremost, as technology in printing advances, the quality of output and operations increases, as well. Also, due to normal wear and tear, it might be time for you to consider investing in new equipment. Printing has come so far in recent years that in-house options actually rival those of print shops.
  • Don’t be intimidated by the sticker price of a shiny new MFP. In fact, that newer machine will likely lower your cost per copy. This means that over time, your printing costs will go down as a result of this new investment. You’ll also be able to produce professional materials in-house, rather than outsourcing them. Leasing is also a great way to keep you costs low.
  • Repairs are expensive. Decrease the odds of needing to repair your copiers and printers by investing in new equipment. New machines last longer, work faster, and produce better materials than those dusty, old devices that are waiting to malfunction.
  • Your trusty printer might get the job done, but how many jobs can it actually do? With today’s multifunction printers, you no longer need separate printers, scanners, copiers, and fax machines. An MFP provides all of these services (and more) using less space and less money.
  • Upgraded equipment utilises a myriad of security options. Certain pieces of equipment can even help you track which users are overprinting. This information can help you establish printing limits. Even encryption services are available in many newer devices.
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