Have A Large Boat? Tips To Using A Watertight Hatch To Keep Cargo Safe

Posted on: 23 September 2019

If you have a large boat and carry a lot of cargo, you can use a watertight hatch to keep the cargo safe while you are on the water. Below is more information about what a watertight hatch is, as well as how to properly maintain it. Watertight Hatch A watertight hatch is a cover that is designed to prevent water from getting into different areas of the boat no matter what direction the water is coming from, such as from the bottom of the boat or on top of the boat.
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3 Gutter Installation And Maintenance Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 7 August 2019

From moving debris and moisture off your roof and away from your house, to adding a bit of style and definition to your home, a proper gutter system can offer many benefits. Unfortunately, many homeowners struggle installing the correct gutters in the correct way, reducing the function of this imperative system. With this guide, you will learn a few common mistakes to avoid when installing and maintaining your gutters. Insufficient Pitch
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Wondering Why Your Water Bill Is So High? 3 Possible Causes

Posted on: 27 June 2019

Unless you have house guests or host a party, you expect your monthly utility costs to remain roughly the same. A sudden spike in your water bill is always cause for concern. Increases in water costs are typically tied to an increase in the amount of water passing through your meter. If you can't explain the increase, then you need to partner with your local plumber to identify the source of the increase before your plumbing system sustains serious damage.
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Keep Your Restaurant Running By Maintaining Your Heating, Lighting, And Plumbing

Posted on: 20 May 2019

There are many things to think about when it comes to running a restaurant. From scheduling your employees to maintaining lighting, the work of running a restaurant is never-ending. With a good maintenance schedule, you can help prevent the need for emergency repairs to items such as the water heater, air conditioning, and lighting in your establishment. When you take the time to deal with small problems, there is less risk that you will have a problem big enough to close down your restaurant.
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