3 Preventative Plumbing Maintenance Tips For Your Restaurant

When a plumbing problem occurs at home, it's an inconvenience, but when a plumbing problem occurs at your restaurant it can be a true financial emergency. The last thing you need is for your restaurant to be unexpectedly shut down during business hours due to overflowing toilets or backed up drains. To prevent these issues, just follow these preventative maintenance tips for restaurant owners: Be Cautious With Grease One of the biggest culprits of restaurant plumbing problems is grease being allowed into the drains. [Read More]

4 Signs Your Home's Central Air Conditioner's Compressor Is Malfunctioning

Until recently, your home's central air conditioner may have been doing its job at keeping your house comfortably cool. Lately, however, you may have noticed a significant change in the air temperature, leading you to suspect there could be a problem. If so, look for the following signs that the unit's compressor is malfunctioning and in need of repairs. Compressor Hard Starts When It Turns On Whenever your air conditioner's compressor kicks on, it normally makes a clicking noise when the refrigerant starts moving through the system. [Read More]

Are You Filling Your Septic Tank With Too Much Water? How Excessive Water Can Cause Failure

Excessive water in your septic tank system can cause failure. It's one of those things many people don't consider or understand. How could water harm something designed to move and store water? Here's what you need to know about how excessive water can harm your septic system, as well as how to look out for signs of it happening: What Too Much Water Does to Your Septic Tank As you use water, it flows through your plumbing system and enters your septic tank. [Read More]

Ideas For Having A Panic Room Built In Your Basement

One way that you can feel safer at home is to have a panic room installed in your basement. In the event that a home invasion occurs, you can gather your family, flee to this area, and be protected from whoever has gained entry to the residence. When it comes to setting up a panic room, many homeowners think about what they'll store in the space — a charged phone, flashlights, food, and even weapons might be on your list of things to keep in your panic room. [Read More]