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Tax Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Fire & Security Systems

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
Tax Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Fire & Security Systems
April 15, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: The dust has settled on the tax season and you’re breathing a sigh of relief—or scratching your head wondering what you can do to improve the bottom line. Now is the time to look for ways to lower expenses, streamline budgets, and effectively manage risk

Expanding Your Business Is More Than Finding Space

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
Expanding Your Business Is More Than Finding Space
April 1, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Your business is growing and it’s time to make changes to meet your needs both now and in the future. Obviously, a major consideration is space. Do you remodel, move to one or more locations, buy a new business? Whatever your decision on space, you

How To Make Sure Your Spring Break Is Restful, Not Stressful

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
How To Make Sure Your Spring Break Is Restful, Not Stressful
March 15, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: No one wants to come home from spring break to discover pipes have burst flooding the basement, or your business has been burglarized. And you certainly don’t want to get a call in the middle of the night about a fire in your home or

Why Old Fire And Security Systems Make Your Buildings—and Business—vulnerable

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
Why Old Fire And Security Systems Make Your Buildings—and Business—vulnerable
March 1, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Cell phones and computers update automatically. Modems are replaced with the latest models. Cable companies keep boosting internet speeds. To keep up with the rapid-fire technology advances in almost every facet of our lives and businesses, updates and new systems are not just common, they

Celebrating Tradeswomen: Welcome Kim Brinkman

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
Celebrating Tradeswomen:  Welcome Kim Brinkman
February 15, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: I’ve always been committed to hiring women and providing opportunities for advancement for all of our employees. Ultimately, we always look for the best person for the job, and whether that person is man or woman has no bearing on my hiring decisions—or their pay.