Looking At The Risks Of A Compromised Cap On Your Well

When you and your family turn on the faucet in your kitchen for drawing a cool glass of water, you and your family may have no qualms about turning up that glass and drinking it all. If you have a well on your property, you may enjoy great tasting fresh water, but are you certain that your well water is completely free of contaminants that could be harmful to you and family? Read More 

Tips For Unclogging Your Kitchen Sink

A clogged kitchen sink can be one of those problems you don't want to encounter, as it can fill up the sink with foul-smelling water, restrict your use of the sink and even affect your garbage disposal and dish washer. If you notice that water isn't flowing smoothly down your kitchen sink, you need to ensure that the problem isn't affecting other drains. If your toilet and bathtub drains are also clogged, you may have an obstruction deep in your sewers and will have to call in a plumber to fix the issue. Read More 

3 Ways To Make Your Garage More Secure

One area of your home that is quite vulnerable to thieves and burglars is your garage. Not only will making your garage more secure help protect your vehicle and other property stored in there, but it will also make your home more secure if the garage is attached to your house by making it harder for an intruder to get to the door connecting your home and garage. Listed below are three ways to make your garage more secure. Read More 

How To Keep Your New Septic System In Optimal Shape Throughout The Years

You can expect your new septic system to increase your home's overall value and help to ensure the safety and health of your household members. A septic system is convenient and private – and you can maintain full control over its performance and maintenance as time goes on. After your new septic system has been installed, you should take some steps that will help reduce the need for repairs and ensure optimal performance long term. Read More 

Safety Issues With Hydraulic Pallet Jacks Which Must Be Immediately Repaired

In an industrial or warehouse setting, pallet jacks are easily one of the primary pieces of material handling equipment that you have. These tools are easy to use, cost-effective, and pretty much anyone within the business can learn how to use one to perform their job. However, pallet jacks are a piece of equipment that can occasionally become damaged and create safety hazards while in use. Here are a few of the most common safety problems that can come into play with pallet jacks and the causes and solutions you should know to keep your employees as safe as possible. Read More