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4 Wildlife Management Techniques For Safe Operation Of Industrial Water Pumps

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Wildlife Management Techniques For Safe Operation Of Industrial Water Pumps

As water is a vital nutrient for sustaining life, great care must be taken when pumping it out of areas rich with wildlife. Disturbing the water flow rate or quantity can seriously impact the health and survivability of local wildlife populations, especially fish, amphibians and reptiles. Luckily, as you approach each new pumping job, you can take a number of steps to minimize the impact you have on areas commonly frequented by wildlife. Once you have a conservation plan in place for each work site, you can pump water as needed without worry....

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2 Ways A Deck Oven Could Improve Your Restaurant

Posted by on Dec 26, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are like most novice restaurant owners, you might wonder why your executive chef is demanding a nice new deck oven. It can be hard to understand the pressing need for a fancy industrial oven, especially if you already own a run-of-the-mill version. However, your chef might know a thing or two that you don’t. Here are two ways a new deck oven could improve your restaurant, and why you won’t regret your decision later. 1: Air Circulation Have you ever baked in an uneven oven? Think back to the oven you had in your first...

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Renovating Your Own Kitchen? 3 Electrical Construction Mistakes That Can Cost You

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After watching a few online tutorials for how to install recessed lighting and remove laminate countertops, you might feel ready to renovate your own kitchen. Unfortunately, although your backsplash tile job might look great, doing your own novice electrical work can be dangerous. Here are three electrical construction mistakes that can cost you, and why you should hire a professional to tackle the job.  1: Skipping the GFCIs As you rip down walls and rearrange outlets, you might be tempted to install the run-of-the-mill electrical...

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Dumpster Management To Reduce Pest Problems: 3 Techniques To Implement

Posted by on Dec 12, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

To get rid of trash in your home, you may have decided to rent a dumpster and subscribe to waste removal services. Depending on the size of your household and the amount of trash that your household creates, dumpster rental companies are able to offer various sizes and designs of dumpsters for your specific needs. However, the trash in the dumpsters naturally attracts pests, which can create significant health problems. Pests can also damage housing structure, and bring about chaos. Make sure that the dumpsters are made from metal, so that...

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Five Steps To Protect Your Mobile Home This Winter

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether your mobile or manufactured home is freestanding on private land or part of a mobile home community, it is particularly vulnerable to cold, wet, windy winter weather. A long cold snap can cause pipes to burst, gutters to fall like leaves, and heating bills to skyrocket. Luckily, there are a number of steps you can take to help protect your home from the elements. Read on for information about mobile home supplies that can help you to winterize your dwelling. 1. Protect your pipes Because a mobile home sits above ground level and...

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Understanding Angle Grinder Power Sources And Mechanical Power

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Angle grinders are the the unsung heroes of the metalwork world. They are used for nearly every conceivable task that involves cutting or shaping metal, and their versatility makes them an absolute necessity for fabricators, welders, machinists, pipefitters and millwrights. There are lots of grinders on the market, if you are looking to buy one. However, with a choice between electric and pneumatic grinders, you may not know which to pick. Also, you are probably concerned with power, and rightfully so; angle grinders are fairly simple,...

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