Archive for June, 2016
When the temperature rises it is easy to take air conditioning for granted. As many as two-thirds of all American homes have some form of air conditioning, but few consider the need to service it regularly. In fact just 43% of all air conditioner owners regularly have an air conditioning service. Many homes (20%) built during the 1980s have air conditioning units and they are over 20 years old.
Properly maintaining your air conditioning unit through an air conditioning repair company or air conditioning service can make all the difference not only to your
The United States is world leader in the construction industry. With about 10% of the world’s market, it ranks second. Experts report that they expect the roofing business alone to grow to more than $5 billion over the course of the next several years. Currently, there are more than 50,000 businesses that work with roof installation, sheet metal and siding. Taken together, they are worth a combined $31.4 billion. If you work in the industry, you are in good company. If you are looking into renting equipment, you need to know about what precautions you should take when using a scissor lift.
Here Are 5 Safety Tips for Different types of Aerial Lifts:
- Do not over load the aerial scissor lift. There is a limit to how much weight a scissor lift can saf
Plumbing problems can be a homeowners worst nightmare. From septic system horrors to leaky faucets and ruptured pipe, there is seldom a plumbing repair that doesn’t require immediate attention. Even the smallest of leaks can wreak havoc on a home and homeowner’s water bill alike. A single, one-eight inch or three millimeter crack in a pipe has the capacity to spew over 250 gallons of water each day. For the average household, unresolved water leaks can result in over 10,000 gallons of wasted water each year. Put another way: that leaky faucet could be costing the the equivalent of 270 loads of laundry. Nationwide, those leaks amount to over 1 trillion gallons of water