Trap Or Interceptor: Which Is Right For You?

Posted on: 11 July 2017
When you own a restaurant, you will be required to keep grease from your business out of the sewage system. This means that you must install and maintain a grease trap or a grease interceptor. On top of that, you must also maintain these systems to keep them clean and functioning properly. If you don't, then things will back up and cause more trouble and damage to both your restaurant and the city's systems.
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Possible Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Is Rattling

Posted on: 27 June 2017
One common problem you may encounter with your air conditioner is the development of an annoying rattling sound. Sometimes, this isn't a sign of anything serious, so you may be able to fix the problem yourself. Other times, it could mean a problem with the parts that needs to be looked at by an HVAC contractor. Here are some of the possible causes of air conditioner rattling. Small Rock In The Cage
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A Guide to Getting the Maximum Benefit From the Wedding Tent You're Renting for Your Big Day

Posted on: 2 February 2017
If you are planning an outdoor wedding, choosing the most appropriate type of tent for your needs can be quite challenging. While the number of guests and the dimensions of the available space will impact your choices, it is also a good idea to estimate the typical weather that commonly occurs on or around your chosen date. When you want to use a tent for your big day, the following information will be quite helpful.
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4 Tips for Surviving a Complete Kitchen Remodel

Posted on: 12 January 2017
Remodeling an outdated kitchen is typically a great investment, but if you have never experienced a kitchen remodel before, you may not know what to expect. While the results are usually well worth it, the remodeling process can be frustrating and stressful. Use the following tips to survive your kitchen remodel. Give Yourself Ample Time to Pack Most full kitchen remodels involve replacing the existing cabinets, so all of your dishes, glasses, silverware, pots and pans, and kitchen appliances will need to be packed and put away until the remodel is completed and you can put things in your new cabinets and drawers.
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