• Simple But Important Tips for Restaurants With a Grease Trap

    If you own or manage a restaurant or any type of diner or café, your kitchen will no doubt have a grease trap. This is a type of trap that goes over the drain in the kitchen and which is meant to catch solid waste, grease, certain oils, and the like, rather than allowing them to go down the drain and into the city sewer system. The grease trap needs to be cleaned on a regular basis and it's usually good to have a professional do this for you. [Read More]

  • Important Tips for Choosing Fire Extinguishers for Home

    Every home should have a fire extinguisher on hand, and it's usually good to have more than one as well. An extinguisher should be located near the kitchen, but it can also be good to have one in the garage. You might also consider one for the living area or in the bedrooms if you smoke, use candles, or otherwise have an increased risk of a home fire.  Fire extinguishers are not all alike, so you need to choose one according to the type of fire your home might suffer, and also note a few other factors as well so that the extinguisher works for you. [Read More]

  • Causes and signs of failing septic system

    The septic system is a vital part of the home that does its job behind the scenes and below ground. This vital system can sometimes fail to do its job, and this can result into some unsightly and unpleasant outcomes. Apart from these outcomes, a failing septic system can affect the community economically in a way that the property values might fall due to the smell, and sales of the property can grind to a halt due to the system being dysfunctional. [Read More]

  • Healthy Air Conditioning Tips for People Who Suffer From Allergies

    If you have allergies, you likely want to close the doors and lock the windows when pollen and other outdoor allergens are at their peak. During that time, you can rely on your air conditioner to keep you cool, but unfortunately, as it circulates air, it may also circulate allergens. Luckily, there are ways to use your AC but while reducing the number of potential allergens in your home: 1. Clean your ducts [Read More]