How Restaurant Owners Can Keep Their Sewer Systems Clear And Flowing

Posted on: 14 January 2015

If you're a restaurant owner, it's important to keep your sewer lines clear of grease and other debris that can quickly build up and lead to blockages. Perhaps the best method available to keep your sewer system in good working order is through water jetting, a process that involves blasting high-pressure water through your system to clear sewer systems quickly and thoroughly. Here is everything you need to know about water jetting and how it can benefit you.
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Four Frequently Asked Questions About Metal Roofs

Posted on: 9 January 2015

Asphalt roofs are seen as the conventional, most common choice in most areas in the United States. However, they are not the only option. Metal roofs are becoming more prominent, thanks to their durability and long lifespan. Since metal roofs are still gaining a foothold as a roofing choice for family homes, many homeowners have questions about them. Here's a look at a few of those common questions – and their answers.
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Four Things You Should Now About Safety When Doing Maintenance On Your Roof

Posted on: 5 January 2015

The maintenance you do on your roof is important, and you may not want to call the roofing service for every simple repair. You may want to do something like patch a small hole in shingles, or clean debris off your roof. No matter what the task is you are doing, you want to be as safe as possible to prevent potential accidents from falling off the roof. Here are four things that you should know about safety when doing any maintenance on your roof:
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Learn What Those Unusual Noises From Your Air Conditioner Unit Mean

Posted on: 30 December 2014

Conventional residential air conditioners do not run silently. A typical unit emits small occasional clicks and a continuous whirring sound. However, unusual noises from the AC unit usually point to a specific problems. Here are a few examples of common air conditioner noises that usually mean something is wrong with the unit: Clicking or Sudden Loud Rustle A clicking sound, or a loud rustle that develops suddenly, is not good news.
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