Monday, July 17, 2017

Choose Wisely: Top 5 Mighty Mule Gate Openers

About the manufacturer

One day the GTO’s founder set out to design a reasonably priced gate opener, which is easy to install and can be used in various remote places. And he did it! Since 1987 Mighty Mule offers the best Metal Gates, Gate Openers, Driveway Gates, Driveway Alarms, Garden Gates, Access Controls, Automatic Driveway Gates, Electric Gate Openers, and Automatic Gate Openers in America. This brand is unique because it offers DIY products that are suitable for rural, urban and industrial environments. So far over half a million gate openers have been installed around the world. Don’t wait too long to join this gang!

MIGHTY MULE 502  has provided you with a great choice of high quality gate openers, so in order to make your choice an easy one, we will present you the top 5 models on a silver plate.

And the best part

is that they are sorted according to their price, from the cheapest to the most expensive one. So, see how deep is your pocket and check them out!
Number 1: Mighty Mule MM260 (Single Swing Gates)

This model includes Dual Sense Technology that meets the high standards for additional safety and protection. Ideal for light duty single swing gates which are 12 ft. long and weigh around 300 lbs.
The package includes:

A single button remote (Model # FM135), AC transformer (Model # RB570), control box, all required hardware and a detailed installation manual with an interactive DVD and unlimited access to 24-hour technical support. Not bad, right?!Mighty Mule MM260 Automatic Gate Opener for Light Duty Single Swing Gates Up to 12′ Long or 300 lb (photo:

Key features:
A perfect match for chain link, tube, panel, vinyl and wood single gates.
It can become solar with the addition of a Mighty Mule 5 or 10-watt solar panel.
DIY friendly: easy installation (2-3 hours) thanks to the step by step DVD manual.
Superior performance and value for lightweight gates.
It provides you with a secured gate and the convenience of closing and opening it remotely.
The most affordable opener suitable for farms, ranches and residential areas.
Weight: 6.4 pounds
Dimensions: 27.5 x 4.5 x 5.5 inches
Voltage: 12 volts
Requires: a 12-volt automotive or marine type battery that produces a minimum of 250 cold cranking amps (CCA)
Cycles: up to 77 backup cycles

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Is Your Retirement Plan to Sell Your Business a House of Cards?

If you’re like the majority of small business owners, your business plays a big part in your retirement plans. Maybe you haven’t had to chance to put aside any funds for retirement outside your business, but you see your small business as your trump card; when the time comes, you’ll just sell it and retire comfortably on the proceeds.

But what if your supposed trump card turns out to be a Joker? Your whole retirement plan could collapse.
Here are the issues you need to deal with now if your plan for selling your business and retiring is going to work.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

How to Write the Executive Summary for a Business Plan

The executive summary is the first section of your small business plan that is typically written last. It provides an overview of all of the other sections in the business plan.

The length of the executive summary does not need to be overwhelmingly long. In fact, it should be as brief as it can be while still conveying the most important parts of your business plan. It should be easy to read and be written in non-technical language.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Comprehensive Business Plan Outline for Small Business

Business plans are an important business start-up step for many small business owners, especially those who are pitching their business ideas to investors or credit institutions for funding. Because of the vastness of information to be included, business plans can also be one of the most overwhelming parts of starting a business.

Here is a business plan outline that walks you through each section of a basic business plan in the order they typically appear.

Each of the links below provides an overview of what should be included, provides an example of the section and shares a few tips for writing each section of your business plan effectively.