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How To Avoid Common Mistakes When Choosing A Contractor For Commercial Water Well Installation

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Avoid Common Mistakes When Choosing A Contractor For Commercial Water Well Installation

If you don’t have a lot of experience with having to install a commercial water well system, it’s easy to forget certain aspects of the process. Here are a few common issues that people installing wells for their business often overlook, including why these issues are important and how to handle them. Failing to Maximize Pump Installation Location  It’s going to be tempting to just rush to a location once you find one that’s suitable for your needs at all. However, it really is important to make sure that you do your due diligence regarding location before you commit. This is especially the case when you’re doing the submersible water well pump part of the install. The key is to find an area where the pump unit can push water into tanks for storage so that you can use...

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Can’t Get Into Your Commercial Safe And You Think It’s On Purpose? Call an Expert Immediately

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Can’t Get Into Your Commercial Safe And You Think It’s On Purpose? Call an Expert Immediately

Do you own a commercial property and more than one person has access to the safe, but now there is a problem with the safe? If you can’t get the safe open and you wonder if this was done on purpose, you want to get in contact with a professional to get in the safe right away. There are a lot of potential problems that can occur when too many people are allowed to access your space. You’ll want to consider the following options right away to see what is going on. Call a Locksmith A locksmith will be able to get into the safe quickly by picking the lock or another method, so you can see what’s inside. The locksmith should also be able to tell if the lock had been tampered with so you couldn’t get it open,...

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Do’s And Don’ts For Vinyl Siding Installation On Your Remote Cabin

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Do’s And Don’ts For Vinyl Siding Installation On Your Remote Cabin

If you want to install vinyl siding on your rural cabin to protect its exterior from the elements, then it is important that you follow these time-tested do’s and don’ts to ensure that you perform a professional-quality installation: Do buy a saw blade for your circular saw that is manufactured to cut through vinyl. General use blades are wonderful for cutting wood, but they are too thick to cut vinyl and will crack your siding. Don’t install your vinyl saw blade with its teeth angled towards the back of the saw. If you install the blade with its teeth angled towards you, then it will cut through the vinyl siding without fracturing it. If you are cutting and having problems, then double check the direction of the blade to make sure that it is pointed in the correct direction. Do purchase a...

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Troubleshooting Two Common Water Heater Problems

Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Troubleshooting Two Common Water Heater Problems

If you have been having some problems with your water heater lately, then you could call a professional or you could try to troubleshoot the problem yourself. Before calling in the big guns, it’s a good idea to take a look at the problem yourself, just to see if you can handle it yourself. To help you out with that, here are some common water heater problems and how you can quickly diagnose them: No Hot Water at All? If you aren’t getting any hot water at all, then you first want to take a look at the power. If your water heater isn’t getting any power, then there obviously isn’t going to be any heating going on. If you have a gas heater, then you want to take a look at the pilot light. If it’s lit, then...

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Choosing A Fence For Your Dog? Avoid These Common Oversights

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Choosing A Fence For Your Dog? Avoid These Common Oversights

One of the most common reasons why people put up fences is to keep their dogs in their yard. However, if you’re not careful, the fence you put up might not serve this purpose as well as you intended. When choosing and constructing a dog fence, be sure to avoid making these common oversights. Forgetting that dogs can dig under fences. Most people build fences tall enough to keep dogs from jumping over them, but there’s another way your dog can break free – by digging under the fence. Luckily, there are two ways to prevent his. You can choose a fence that extends a foot or so below ground so that when your dog starts digging, he just runs into more fence.  Make sure you choose a strong material if you go with this option so that it...

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Safety First: Fall Protection Equipment Is Not Optional

Posted by on Dec 31, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety First: Fall Protection Equipment Is Not Optional

Before embarking on any new construction project, you need to first identify any possible job hazards. Whenever you are dealing with heights of 20, 40 and even 100 feet off the ground, you have to make sure you are as safe as possible. The key is to do whatever it takes to minimize your chances of falling and injuring yourself. The higher the height, the more dangerous the task becomes. To minimize your risk of falling, here are a couple things you need to have when on the job. Positioning Equipment First, you need a device that is going to hold you securely in place without having to use your hands to hold onto everything. Hands-free operation allows you to get more done in a shorter amount of time. Make sure that whatever device you choose only allows you...

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