Limited To No Water Supply From Your Well? 4 Questions To Ask Before Having A New Well Drilled


When you start having problems with adequate water supply to your home, you may think that you need to have a new well drilled. However, this is not always necessary. Before you even think about having a new well drilled in your backyard, you may want to consider that your limited to water supply may be caused by the well pump or other issues. Here are a few questions to ask before just assuming you need a new well:

28 May 2015

4 Ways You Can Maximize Your Air Compressor's Efficiency


Depending on how much you use your air compressor in your business, it could account for a significant share of your energy bills. By taking steps to maximize your compressor's energy efficiency, you can not only save on your energy bills, but also help decrease its impact on the environment. Here are some tips for increasing your compressor's efficiency. 1. Switch to a Variable Speed Drive Control If your air compressor is equipped with a standard on-and-off control system, pressure in your compressor's pipes can be unstable.

21 May 2015

Alloy 20 Works Where Corrosion Resistance Is Necessary


Acids and metals typically do not mix well together. If you are trying to set up a manufacturing business which requires the processing of a lot of acids, then you need to look for piping and container units that will not react with the acid. Not only will acids corrode metal and cause pipes and containers to fail, but as metal corrodes, it can taint your products. Finding piping that is durable and will not react with acids can be tricky.

26 March 2015

Essential Tips For Gutting A Room


If you want perform a complete overhaul of a room in your house, you can gut the space to expose its bare frame. However, completing a successful gutting involves making sure you do not damage the structural integrity of the room and properly disposing of the waste you generate. The following tips can help you complete a successful gutting before you renovate a room. Reserve a Dumpster The materials that you remove from the room, including drywall, wood, concrete and metal refuse, are not items that you can leave on the curb for regular garbage pickup.

25 March 2015

Questions About Soda Fountain Problems You May Need Addressed


Carbonated beverages have dominated the drink market for many decades, and as a result, they have become a staple of most restaurants. In order for these systems to work, the restaurant must have a pressurized carbon dioxide. Unfortunately, these systems are subjected to intense wear in a busy restaurant, and this can result in numerous problems for the system. As a result, there is a chance that you may need the following questions answers at some point.

24 March 2015

First Apartment Tips: 2 Quick Fixes For Common Toilet Problems


You've moved into your first apartment and are experiencing a rush of independence. And the growing knowledge that maintenance doesn't always respond as fast as you'd like, especially when it comes to problems that seem minor like a running toilet. Luckily, most common toilet problems are easy to fix and don't require either maintenance or a plumber to pay you an expensive visit. Here are a couple of quick fixes that anyone should know when moving into their first apartment.

23 March 2015

Benefits To Renting Vs. Buying A Forklift


If you're just starting out in business, or if you've been considering replacing your forklift or adding extra equipment for your business, you know that buying such equipment can require a significant investment. One good way to get the equipment you need without depleting your coffers is to rent, rather than purchase, a forklift. While renting requires less upfront money, the lower price tag is not the only reason renting vs.

20 March 2015