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Indicators That Show It’s Time For Commercial Dryer Vent Cleaning

Posted by on Aug 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Dryer vents are an important component of commercial dryers and contribute significantly to the efficiency and effectiveness of units. Over time, debris will begin to accumulate in these vents, necessitating periodic cleaning to maintain proper operation. Commercial dryer operators should look out for the following five indicators that show dryer vents are probably obstructed and in need of cleaning. Attending to clogged dryer vents as soon as possible can save business owners money on utility costs. It can also save time by maximizing the...

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What You Can Do to Fix Your Home’s Foggy Double-Paned Windows

Posted by on Jul 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If your home’s double-paned windows have become foggy over time, then it is important you understand that their gas seals have failed. Since failed window seals make your home’s windows look dirty, and the windows no longer provide any insulating properties for your home, you need to have the window’s glass inserts either repaired or replaced. Double-Paned Window Design Double-paned window glass contains a layer of argon gas that is sealed between two individual panes of glass. Wrapped around and glued to the glass is a...

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Guaranteeing Efficient Operations With Maximum Safety – Duties For A Millwright On Your Construction Site

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Owning and operating your own construction firm can be an extremely satisfying way to make a living, but it also comes with a wide variety of challenges. Many construction companies find themselves overwhelmed by highly specialized tasks, and without hiring employees who are able to handle those tasks, you may find yourself with an inefficient process. Below, you’ll find a guide to some of the duties that you can assign to a qualified millwright on your construction site. Seeking out a millwright will add both safety and efficiency to...

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Upgrading To A New Office? 3 Tips For Moving Without Sacrificing Productivity

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Although moving your office and staff to a larger, more modern space is exciting, it is extremely stressful and expensive. What’s more, maintaining productivity during a move is difficult, which makes the task even more stressful and costly. If you want to change offices with as little strife as possible, you must do so quickly and without sacrificing productivity. Not sure how to do it? Following are three tips for moving your office without sacrificing productivity. Hire an Expert Team Never rely on yourself or your employees to make...

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Starting An Oilfield Construction Company? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Buy Your Own Equipment

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Working in the oilfield construction industry can be rewarding and extremely lucrative. If you are thinking about starting up your own company, you’re probably making a pretty smart business decision. However, if you are thinking about purchasing all of your equipment — such as forklifts and other necessities — then you might not be making the best choices. Believe it or not, it can actually be a lot smarter to use an oilfield equipment rental company for these needs instead. These are a few reasons why. 1. Use the Best...

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3 Ways To Make Your Rainwater Potable

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you looking for creative ways to increase your water supply? Perhaps your onsite well doesn’t produce enough water? Or maybe you’d like to reduce your reliance on the municipal water grid? One way to do so is by collecting and purifying your rainwater. Rainwater is actually fairly easy to make potable since it hasn’t yet been contaminated with in-ground chemicals or other pollutants. Rainwater contains some natural bacteria and other unhealthy elements, but those can be easily eliminated. Follow these steps and...

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3 Characteristics Of A High Quality Pump Skid

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Pump skids, or contained units that are able to transport liquids and dispense them through a hose, are valuable in many different industries. There are also a wide variety of pump skids that are available for sale. It is critical to make sure that you are getting a skid that is worth the money you are paying. In order to ensure this, look for the following three characteristics. 1. Able to Pump at High PSI Levels One of the main complaints with pump skids is that they are not able to pump fluids at a high enough pressure, especially not when...

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Two Tips For Getting The Most From Your Air Conditioning System

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your home’s air conditioning system is a vital tool for keeping the house in a comfortable temperature range. Sadly, your air conditioning system likely uses a tremendous amount of power, and this can result in crippling monthly electrical bills. Fortunately, there are two simple tips you can follow that may help you get the most from your air conditioning system.  Keep Your Inside Doors Open It is not uncommon for some homeowners to attempt to reduce power usage by closing off rooms when they run the air conditioner. While it may...

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3 Portable Toilet Rental Features You Might Appreciate

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a general contractor, then you know how hard it can be to stay comfortable when you are working at remote job sites, especially if there isn’t a bathroom around. However, by renting a portable toilet for your guys, you won’t have to worry about taking turns behind the bushes. Here are three portable toilet rental features you might appreciate, and how they might make your shift a little easier. 1: Automatic Air Fresheners Nothing is worse than going into a small, enclosed space after someone that you know just took a...

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Do Your Home Need New Insulation? Here’s What To Look For In Your Walls And Floors

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do you have adequate insulation in your walls? How about in your floor? Did you know that you need to have insulation in your floors? If you have a basement or crawlspace under your house, you definitely need to have insulation in your floors. Inadequate insulation can lead to energy waste, condensation, and mold. It can also lead to cold feet in the winters. If it’s been a few years since you insulated your home, you might need to have additional insulation installed. Walls When the insulation was installed in your home, it probably...

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