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Thomas Watt
06-29-2016
04:09 PM ET (US)
I recommend a pitbull and 12 gauge shotgun with a short barrel. OO buckshot is nearly foolproof indoors.
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Cynthia Ferreira
06-29-2016
05:43 AM ET (US)
A little over two months ago, my house was robbed. Now, two months later, I face nightmares, panic attacks, and a lack of security everywhere I go. I have decided to install a home alarm system so that I will have a peace of mind when I’m away from home. I came across several alarm systems (http://www.sleepwellsecurity.ca/services/residential-alarms/ ) when i browsed over the internet. Do you people have any idea regarding the different types of residential security systems that are now available?
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Thomas Watt
06-28-2016
10:48 AM ET (US)
Be smarter than the pipe. Work safe and know your limits and you will last. Good luck with the apprenticeship.
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Rickardo
06-28-2016
05:43 AM ET (US)
Hi, there has been a lot of garage break-ins in my neighbourhood recently.I have just bought a new car and I am a bit worried over its safety. I have read a blog from canadian security professional about gargage break-ins http://cspalarms.ca/blog/safety/how-to-prevent-garage-break-ins/ and their tips seemed practical and useful. Does anybody have any suggestions? What do you all do to keep your garage safe.
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Duane
06-21-2016
08:41 AM ET (US)
Hi, I'm from Toronto and having the hardest time getting into the Sprinkler fitter Union, I'm really looking to possibly take an apprenticeship in Vancouver and my wife works in the industry as an accountant, thing is, is she's worried I won't be able to endure the physical strains of the job, I'm currently working at the airport and I have also been working as a roof solar panel installer; can anyone tell me what I can expect physically? I know there's heights involved but I'm working on roofs outside anyway, so I don't see that as an issue, thanks
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Thomas Watt
05-12-2016
07:13 AM ET (US)
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DC INSPECTOR
05-11-2016
06:35 PM ET (US)
HELP!! 2002 NFPA 13 - I've looked and looked. Where can I find the requirement for intermediate temperature sprinkler heads to be used in apartment unit mechanical closets and washer/dryer closets?? Thank you in advance.
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linda daison
04-27-2016
02:15 AM ET (US)
We own a play school and I would like to know if it is compulsory to keep a fire sprinkler monitoring system in playschool. I read this blog http://www.fire-monitoring.com/fire-alarm-...-essential-schools/ the other day which emphasize the importance of keeping one in school. But is it necessary to keep one in play schools as well?
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clarencepapi
01-28-2016
11:29 PM ET (US)
Hi guys
I have heard about a professional who deals in the burglary and fire monitoring systems for residential and commercial purposes. I would like installing such a kind of system at my office at Vancouver but then I do not know is this professional someone whom I can rely on or should I find someone else. Please do reply if u have got some sort of ideas for this, http://www.apialarm.com/
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Joe
01-19-2016
07:06 PM ET (US)
Licensed fitter moving from Oklahoma to Texas, are all licenses from state to state valid? might be a dumb question, i heard Texas doesnt require licensed fitters to install fire suppression systems.

Thanks!
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Thomas Watt
01-18-2016
04:55 AM ET (US)
I would have to guess and say paystubs would be documentation of hours worked. I would also get letters from employers describing work performed, references, training, etc...
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xaviiPerson was signed in when posted
01-17-2016
11:46 AM ET (US)
looking to build hours for future contractor license, do i need to start a apprentice program or will hours on my paycheck stubs work as hours. do i need some kind of permit i don't know the process. in new jersey
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Salty Dog
12-05-2015
06:48 AM ET (US)
Hi all, I hold a Contractor 1 Fire Lic in Florida and I'm looking to qualify a company or partner up.

Email me at SaltyDog251@aol.com
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Cliftonhs
11-19-2015
11:45 PM ET (US)
Building new home in California has to have fire sprinklers need simple hydraulic calculation worksheet. HELP!
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Thomas Watt
10-31-2015
09:43 AM ET (US)
Yes you can. Drops too. Just be careful that you are using cutting oil that is compatible with cpvc.
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varian
10-30-2015
05:40 AM ET (US)
Can you use cpvc on an ordanary hazard job if it is in a wood trus coming off a Steel main in a kitchen
under 400 Sq ft?
I need to arm over and drop 2 heads 401's the drops would be steel arm overs cpvc insulation above sheet rock below .. thank you for any help of advice
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