Residential Fire Sprinklers

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Residential fires are the cause of  3,000 deaths each year in the US. When residential fire sprinklers are installed though, the risk of dying in a house fire decreases by 80%. So let’s take a look at the facts about installing them in a new home today.

Cost of residential fire sprinklers when building a new home

The overall cost of installing fire sprinklers has decreased recently, with the NFPA showing that the average cost ...

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Now available in Spanish – We’re going multilingual!

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Today we’re releasing one of the most requested features our customers have been asking for – Spanish language support.

Give it a shot!

If your browser language is set to Spanish you’ll see our new Spanish language version by default – anywhere Syncta is available you can use us in Spanish as well!

Multi-lingual application design is tough to implement – let’s look at some of the details…

Back in the day making an application or website available in multiple languages meant you made ...

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Keep your business accountable with proper accounting software

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Let me get this straight–your account balance, that is

Have you ever said, “Let me get this straight—” and continued on? Whatever comes next usually isn’t great. It could be, “Let me get this straight. The dog broke mom’s vase, not you?” or “Let me get this straight… you want me to pay a tax in a city I don’t live in?” Well, let me get something straight with you–keeping your accounting straight is something you need to make sure you’re ...

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Top 3 design elements your website *shouldn’t* have

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Good website design is tough. Now it’s material design, before that it was minimal or modern. It’s always changing. But through all the iterations and improvements good design tends to stand up. Using the newest browser features or leveraging a smartphones new graphic chip is great but those are fleeting. What really matters is good user interface.

Good user interface can’t be overstated – When done correctly it isn’t so much a feature as it is a continuous process of improvement.

But the ...

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Send your backflow testing reminder first!

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Wait–Is it already May?! I was talking with a customer yesterday and they had told me their busy season was currently happening since their customers had begun receiving reminders–to which I thought, well, isn’t it a bit early to consider the busy season? After all…it’s….Oh my goodness! It really is May! Many municipalities have sent out their 60-day or 30-day reminder notices for backflow devices to be tested–with June and July right around the corner.

Proactive, not Reactive

Are you ...

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