Moving Offices: Mailing And Moving The Right Way

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Moving your company is more than a challenge; it can mean protecting equipment and shipping sensitive data to new locations. Packing right and choosing the right shipping method can help.  Preparing Your Items for Shipping Preparing your items to be shipped is the first step. Discs filled with data, paperwork, and other files may need to go to an entirely new location, and shipping can be the best method. Begin by boxing up the paperwork and discs you want to send.

5 August 2016

Grease Trap Cleaning ~ What Every Restaurant Owner Should Know

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Do you own a restaurant? Perhaps you are about to open one. Either way, you need to be aware of a few things that are related to grease trap cleaning. A number of restaurant owners mistake some things pertaining to grease traps, and these misunderstandings could negatively impact their businesses. The consequences could be something as minimal as rancid odors from stale grease, or it may lead to a more serious situation such as grease build-up blocking sewer lines and causing a raw sewage spill.

20 July 2016

Check The Chemicals In Your Hot Tub Regularly

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If you have a hot tub, you should know how to do some basic maintenance. Knowing how to do some basic maintenance will keep your hot tub ready for you whenever you want to soak. One of the things you need to do quite regularly is to check the chemical balance in your hot tub. The chemicals make sure that there is no algal growth or any other nasties lurking in the water.

16 June 2016

4 Reasons Why You Should Keep The Roof Over Your Head Clean

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If your roof has seen its better days, it is time to get out there and clean it. It can be difficult to see if there is damage to the roof if it is covered with debris and gunk. You may find your roof is not in as bad of shape as you thought. There are also other reasons why you need to keep your roof clean, four of which are listed below.

16 June 2016

How To Pour A 8' X 12' Concrete Foundation For A Shed

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If you plan on extending your storage space by installing a shed in your backyard this summer, you are going to want to build a concrete foundation for your shed. This will give your shed a solid foundation and help it be stronger and more durable. Here is what you are going to need to do in order to pour a 8' x 12' concrete foundation for your shed.  #1 Check For Underground Lines

27 May 2016

Extending Irrigation For Personal And Small Farms

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Managing a small farm without investing in heavy machinery can be tough. Whether you're a part-time farmer with a day job or a small farm owner trying to fill a niche, there's quite a few things that can be done to make life easier. To cut down on carrying heavy containers of water down acres of land or having to buy irrigation from someone else, take a look at a few ways to make a water well work harder and smarter for you.

11 May 2016

Troubleshooting Furnace Electrical Issues

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Not all furnace trouble is created equal. Most homeowners are equipped to change a filter or figure out and repair minor issues with the thermostat. The problem is when an electric furnace begins blowing fuses in your breaker box. The following can help you diagnose the cause of the electrical problem and decide whether it's time to bring out a professional. Issue #1: Overheating A clogged filter is the most common cause for overheating in your furnace.

20 April 2016