If you are looking into purchasing a safe, you might be surprised at the variety of options available. There’s a wide variety of safes, so to help you start: First consider what you plan to put in your safe. Are you looking to store documents, jewelry, cash, electronics or other items? Knowing what you will be storing in your safe will make your purchasing decision an easier one.
We are so thrilled to talk about what happen recently. Google is sending out Favorite Places packets with window decals to 100,000 of the “most sought out and researched businesses on Google and Google Maps.”
Starting with the ADA requirements for the reduced door opening force of 8 ½ pounds of pressure or less to open a door, and now with the adoption of the current California Building Code requirements of 5 pounds of pressure to open a door, building owners and businesses operators have struggled to meet the low pressure door opening accessibility specifications.
Did you know there’s a free service offered by SDPD that lets you know about crime in your area (or any area in San Diego)? Neighborhood eWatch is designed to automatically alert you via E-mail of recent crime activity in your selected neighborhood(s).
Create Safety Zones Around Your Home or Building.
Begin with a 30-foot safety zone around any structure.
Keep the volume of vegetation in this zone to a minimum. Clear further to the east as this is the direction the strongests Santa Ana winds come from. If you live on a hill, extend the zone on the downhill side. Fire spreads rapidly uphill.