Safety, Weight, And The Correct Use Of Your Scaffolding
22 June 2016
If your construction business has taken on its first commercial job that requires repairs along the upper levels of a building, then you may need to buy and use your first scaffold. If this is the case, then safety should be your number one concern. To make sure that you use the scaffold the right way, keep reading to learn about a few weight concerns you should have.
When you buy and use a scaffold, you will need to follow the weight or load capacity rating.
4 Potential Causes Of A Problematic Sump Pump
2 June 2016
A sump pump is a great way to protect your home from the risk of flood. That said, a wonky or non-functional sump pump is a liability to be avoided at all costs. If you have noticed that your sump pump doesn't seem to be functioning properly, read on. This article will introduce you to four potential causes.
The pump isn't receiving any power.
A sump pump without power isn't good for much of anything at all.
3 Signs That Your Septic Tank Is Failing
16 May 2016
A septic tank failure is a serious issue. It can be an expensive and messy process to repair or replace your septic tank or septic tank system. However, there are a few signs that you can be on the lookout for which can inform you that your septic tank is on the fritz. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn about just a few of those signs.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Incinerating Toilets
29 April 2016
Incinerating toilets are an alternative type of toilet which is quickly becoming more popular. Like their name suggests, incinerating toilets work by using extreme heat to burn away liquid and solid waste. In doing so, they use no water and produce a fine ash which can be thrown away in your regular trash. Because of this extremely unique method of operation, incinerating toilets come with a number of distinctive advantages and disadvantages.