Sewer Line Backups: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 21 June 2016

When you flush your toilet, run water through a sink, or take a shower, all of the used water exits your home through a sewer line. However, when this line gets clogged, it can begin to back up. Learning about this problem will help you to understand the signs that it is happening, what you can do to prevent it, and what to do if it does happen to you. Here is some information everyone should know about sewer line back-ups.
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3 Tips For Reducing Food-Related Odors In Your Restaurant

Posted on: 18 June 2016

The way that your restaurant smells when customers walk through the door can really make a difference. If your customers walk in and smell not-so-pleasant smells, such as smells from old food and grease, it can have an impact on their appetite and their perception of the cleanliness of your establishment. Luckily, there are steps that you can take to reduce food-related odors in your restaurant so that it smells nice and clean when people walk through the door.
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Addressing Two Common Questions About Air Conditioner Issues

Posted on: 16 June 2016

Issues with your home's air conditioner can drastically decrease the comfort inside your home while also contributing to higher energy usage. Unfortunately, air conditioning problems can be fairly common, and many homeowners are not particularly well-informed when it comes to addressing these issues. After you learn about the answers to these two questions about common air conditioner concerns, you will be better able to get the most from this part of your home.
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Don't Let Sky Booms Become Home Bummers: How To Protect Your HVAC System From Lightning Damage

Posted on: 15 June 2016

Whether you believe in global warming or not, experts warn that rising temperatures make lightning a far more likely occurrence. In fact, a new study claims that for each incremental degree (Celsius) that higher median temperatures rise, we should expect a 12% increase in lightning strikes. Any electrical system in your home is vulnerable to breakdown or complete destruction when lightning hits, so take some precautions to ensure your heating and air conditioning unit is ready for storms.
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