Taking Care Of Your Waterfront Home

Waterfront2Northwest Washington has some of the most sought-after waterfront properties. The refreshing sound, as you open the sliding doors or windows, of water and rustling wind blowing, can be so calming, the shimmer of light reflecting the moon at night is inspirational no wonder many authors choose this setting as a place to spend their time in front of their computers imagining and writing.

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Migratory Birds need help

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To birds glass is invisible, they don’t see the danger.

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Ghostly imprint left after impact.

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Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually Wildlife Refuge.

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The Year of the Bird 2018

National Geographic, the National Audubon SocietyBirdlife International, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have joined forces to make 2018 the official “Year of the Bird”, marking 100 years of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, a US federal law enacted between the US and Great Britain(on behalf of Canada).

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Its not just a matter of black or white

Blackout window film

Blackout window film

With window film Its not just a matter of black or white

Buildings designed with a lot of external glass fixtures such as window walls or large windows can be a cause for concern for occupants. A lot of calls S&T Window Films receive are privacy related. When it comes to flat glass we can say we usually have a window film that can help fix the problem.

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One Way Mirror Window Film

One Way Mirror Window Film
One Way Mirror Window Film
One Way Mirror Window Filma

Thinking back to the detective movies I watched as a child there was always an interrogation room. A room where hard to break suspects were held in a floodlit room. It usually had a table, a couple of wooden chairs, and a large mirror on the wall. Hidden away behind the mirror was a darkened room which housed detectives listening, looking for clues and tell-tale signs they could use as evidence. The suspect line up was another scene where a person would identify the perpetrator from behind a one-way mirror.

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Managing graffiti vandalism in Seattle and King County

Managing graffiti vandalism in Seattle and King CountyGraffiti Management 

Store, owners, and managers in high traffic areas are confronted daily with the business of managing graffiti damage.

Let’s call it what it is – vandalism.  It really does not matter how talented a person is holding a spray can, acid etching tool or cutting equipment. If what they do is done on other people’s property without permission then it is a criminal act of vandalism.

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How decorative window films can be beneficial for commercial buildings and offices

SAMThere is something intrinsically wonderful about the properties of glass. You can manipulate glass in many ways. It has a number of uses, from both the practical and the artistic sense.

Architects design buildings to meet our needs. They decide on the materials necessary for the building’s exterior and interior. By combining them they give us useful space, comfort, and security. Property owners and property managers work with business owners to accommodate their needs. Space without light is unhealthy; the best light for most of us is natural sunlight.

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