Three Septic Drainfield And Tank Mistakes

Posted on: 17 December 2018

If moving into a suburb or rural area where your property will have a septic system, you may only vaguely realize what such a system entails. A septic system treats all the wastewater (also called liquid waste or effluent) that leaves through your home's drains and pipes. Everything you spill or wash down drains and flush in toilets goes to a septic tank; solids sink and oils drift upward. The cleanest, clearest liquid continues on into the drainfield, also called leach field. [Read More]

When To Buy New Overhead Doors For Your Auto Repair Shop

Posted on: 3 November 2018

At your auto repair shop, overhead doors are probably considered a necessity. You might already have overhead doors that you use on a daily basis when bringing cars in and out, but you might not know when it's time to install new ones. These are some of the signs that you might want to install new commercial garage doors for your auto repair shop. Your Overhead Doors Look Worn Out [Read More]

Disposing Of Your Sensitive Commercial Documents

Posted on: 23 September 2018

Document disposal is not as simple as you might assume that it should be due to the criminals that may comb through these documents looking for valuable personal or commercial information. In order to reduce the risk of this information falling into the wrong hands, businesses will have to implement sound document destruction policies. Consider Whether The Documents Should Be Digitally Copied Before Being Destroyed Destroying a document that contains information that your business may need in the future can be a costly mistake. [Read More]

Top Benefits Of Retractable Screens For Your Home

Posted on: 7 August 2018

Fixed screens have long been common for windows, doors, and patios. These types of screens serve their purpose, but more and more homeowners are opting for a new choice—retractable screens. Just like the name suggests, retractable screens can be pulled down when they are needed and then retracted, at which point they will roll up and be invisible. There are many reasons to choose retractable screens for your doors, windows, and patio. [Read More]