Two Tips For Maintaining Your Restaurant's Plumbing

Posted on: 2 November 2015

Running a restaurant can be a highly lucrative and enjoyable career, but it will entail addressing a number of maintenance issues for the building. In particular, a restaurant's plumbing will require special care due to the intense use that it must experience. Sadly, there are many restaurant owners and managers that do not fully understand the steps they can take to reduce the likelihood of encountering plumbing issues. Fortunately, you can use these two tips to help your restaurant's pipes continue to flow freely.
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Four Tips To Make Working With Fiber Cement Siding Easy And Safe

Posted on: 17 October 2015

The use of fiber cement siding is becoming a popular choice for the exterior finishes on homes. It is a durable material that is resistant to water damage, fire and insects. If you are considering doing your own siding installed, you may be considering using fiber cement siding. There are some things that you will want to know before you start installing your siding. Here are some tips for working with fiber cement materials:
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2 Reasons To Hire An Electrician To Help With Your Home Theater Installation

Posted on: 1 October 2015

Building a home theater room in your home is one of the most popular home improvement projects out there, but most people simply throw together their audio and video equipment and consider the home theater done. However, a truly impressive home theater room requires a bit more work than that, and an electrician can provide a lot of assistance with that task. You should hire an electrician to help with your home theater room because he or she can create a clean setup and help you avoid signal interference.
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Don't Compromise Tenants' Security -- Secure Those French Doors

Posted on: 15 September 2015

If you've remodeled a room in your home to make it a mini-studio with a private entrance for a renter, your choice of exterior door can really make or break the room's security. It's common for people who have converted master bedrooms to remove sliding glass doors and replace them with French doors; the French doors can be locked from the outside when the tenant leaves the house. However, French doors have a number of weak points that can make them almost worthless when it comes to protecting the tenant.
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