Porta-Potties In Residential Construction: How To Use Them Effectively And Comply With OSHA Regulations

24 June 2019
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Even if you're working in residential construction with a small crew, you'll need porta-potties on your construction site. Your workers still need someplace to go, and OSHA regulates access to sanitation—you'll need to ensure adequate toilet availability. You'll also need to keep your porta-potties functional and sanitary by cleaning them and emptying them at least once a week. If you work in residential construction, here's a guide to using a porta-potty for construction sites. Read More 

Considerations When Upgrading Your Water Heater

2 January 2019
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There are some important considerations that must go into your choice of a new water heater. When a water heater is purchased without taking into account all of these considerations, the results can be fairly consequential as the water heater may lack some critically important features. Tankless Or Traditional An early decision in the process of upgrading a water heater will be to opt for a tankless or traditional model. A tankless water heater will have the advantage of being able to provide far more hot water, and it will be energy efficient. Read More 

Kitchen Drain Clogs: What You Need To Know

5 December 2018
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Nobody wants to experience a kitchen drain clog, but this nuisance is pretty common among homeowners. The key is knowing how to avoid these annoying (and potentially costly) clogs, as well as knowing what steps to take if you do end up with a clog anyway. Remember that if in doubt, it is likely in your best interest to contact a professional plumber for help. How to Avoid a Drain Clog Read More 

Seven Tips To Help Protect Your Drains When You Have Furry Pets

12 November 2018
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Just like human hair, the hair from your pets can often find their way into your drains. Sometimes, that accumulation of fur can cause clogs and other problems. Here are a few tips you can use to protect your drains from your furry pets. 1. Do Cover Your Drains with Strainers Place a strainer or stopper over every drain in your home. This one tip alone can save your drains from a lot of fur buildup. Read More 

How To Know If The Main Water Line To Your Property Is Broken

20 September 2018
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It is important for you to make sure that you are well aware of the condition of the main water line that runs underground on your property. Knowing if there is something wrong with it is crucial so you can get the proper water main repairs done right away. To help you spot trouble with your main water line, you will want to keep reading. The Ground Is Getting Soggy Read More