4 Things You Should Have In Your Small Business's Public Restroom

Posted on: 28 September 2015

Having a restroom for public use in your small business is a benefit your customers can enjoy. Commercial plumbing services can provide the necessary additions you need to make your restroom accessible to everyone. Here are 4 things you should have in your small business's public restroom. Accessibility Your restroom, under federal law, must be accessible to people who have disabilities in order for you to offer it as a public area.
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2 Main Reasons To Have Your Septic Tank Cleaned Before The Winter Holidays

Posted on: 8 September 2015

As you are preparing yourself, your family and your home for the holidays, the last thing that you might be thinking about is your septic tank. Although you might be thinking about trimming trees and buying decorations for the inside and outside of your home, you probably haven't thought about hiring a septic tank cleaning and pumping company to come out to your home. However, if you haven't had your septic tank pumped in the past few years, it is a good idea to have it done before the winter months strike.
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Gravel Driveway Maintenance

Posted on: 19 August 2015

A gravel driveway requires regular maintenance, otherwise potholes and ruts can develop. Not only does this make your driveway unpleasant to drive upon, it can also makes it unattractive and unsafe. Fortunately, most of the standard maintenance practices only need to be performed periodically or they only take a few minutes to complete. This guide can help you make sure you maintain the drive properly. Keep It Clean This is your only seasonal chore with a gravel driveway.
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Protecting Your Roof After A Summer Storm: How To Inspect Your Property

Posted on: 4 August 2015

You probably don't inspect your property after every summer storm that hits your house, but after significant weather events with high winds, driving rain and floods, it's a good idea to inspect your attic, roof and the surrounding area for signs of damage and new hazards. Knowing what to look for can prevent further damage and help you catch minor issues before they become big problems.  Shingle Condition Walk around your property, checking the ground around your house for shingles that came off during the storm.
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