Reasons to Consider Heel-Proof Grates for Your Food Truck

5 February 2020
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Owning and operating a food truck is a dream that many chefs have. When you begin outfitting that truck, one of the aspects you will need to consider are stainless steel floor wastes. These grates come in many forms, but one you will hear about are heel-proof grates. Before you overlook this option, here are a few reasons you should have them installed. Catch-Proof One of the leading reasons to choose a heel-proof floor waste grate is to cut down on tripping. Read More …

How to Know If Your Sewer Line Is Clogged

5 February 2020
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A malfunctioning or clogged sewer line is a health hazard and can be quite an unpleasant prospect. The tell-tale signs of a problem include foul smells, a bubbling toilet and wastewater overflowing in showers, tubs or sinks. These signs are enough to prompt you to call a professional plumber to fix the problem. While most of these signs may be ignored or fixed temporarily, the underlying cause may cost you a fortune in future. Read More …

Roofing Repair: 5 Tips on Choosing a Reputable Roofing Service

2 February 2020
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When you experience problems with your roof, contacting a reputable roofing repair service can be highly useful. However, with the current market filled with thousands of roofing companies, it can be challenging to find the right one. Read on to learn five useful tips to help you find the most reputable roofing contractors for the best services. 1. Check for Insurance First, ensure the company you choose has liability and worker's compensation insurance. Read More …

3 Tell-Tale Signs Your Sump Pump Requires Emergency Repair Service

31 January 2020
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A sump pump works to keep water out of your basement. Like any other mechanical equipment, the pump's efficiency will gradually diminish over time. This can cause water to flood into your basement. If you neglect maintenance on your sump pump, the pump may fail prematurely and your building may suffer costly water damage. Plus, the water can encourage the growth of mould and mildew in your home, compromising the health of your family. Read More …

How Plumbers Detect Leaks In Your Pipes

30 January 2020
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If your water bill is skyrocketing, you start smelling mould or perhaps you notice actual pools of water starting to form at various points in your house, then you likely have a leak in your plumbing. The first thing you should do is turn off your water (so that the damage is limited) and then call for your local plumber. But how exactly do plumbers find out where the leak is? Read More …