So it seems that your business has a clogged drain. At first, it doesn’t seem like that big of a deal, but then the odors start to stink up your place of business. While stinky odors are bad for any industry, the worst place you could possibly find them is in a bar. People wanting to eat or drink in your place of business will smell those awful smells, turn around and walk right out. So is there any easy way to fix your slow running or clogged drains and return your business to the sweet smelling place it deserves to be? Yes, of course there is and we’re going to show you how. Continue reading The best bars deserve the best drain treatment
One of the worst things that could happen to a bolt is rust. Heck, it could possibly be the worst thing that could happen to a bolt. Especially if it gets stuck and even more especially if you need to replace that bolt, because it’s a part of an important machine. What can you do to get this bolt off? Is there a way to get it without breaking your back pulling at it? Absolutely there is and we’ll show you how.
Electronics and electrical equipment can be an integral part of any business, industrial or otherwise, which is why it’s important to engage in electrical equipment waterproofing. But what happens if your equipment isn’t waterproof and some act of nature (like a hurricane or floods) ends up giving your electrical equipment some water damage? Is it possible to recover these lost appliances? Yes, there is, and let’s explore that today.
So you’ve decided to insulate your business’ cold water pipes– congratulations! There’s just one question: how are you going to do it? You’ve heard of two different types of insulation: a pipe wrap and a spray-on pipe insulation, but you can’t decide which to go with. What are the advantages of each? Why should you insulate your pipes at all?
So you have a sticker on one of your machines that you want to remove? Is there grease on your machinery you want to get rid of? There are a some ways to fix this, but they tend not to work too well. You rip off stickers but usually there’s a chance you leave some residue. If try to clean the grease with a little spit and elbow grease you’ll find that way isn’t too effective. There is another way…
So your place of business or your basement is starting to get a bad sewer gas smell. That place you hardly ever use, the one with the floor drain, is starting to really reek. But what could be causing this awful smell? Do you need a plumber to come check it out? Or is there a way you could solve this putrid smell problem yourself, like the strong willed business or homeowner owner you are? Well, let’s dive in to the world of dry traps and floor drains.
So it looks like you’ve got a buildup of grease in your sanitary sump pit system, causing awful odors and maybe even overflowing. But what can you do? Call in a company to clean it out? Sure you could do that once, but do you have the capital to call in a company as frequently as your sanitary sump pit stinks up? Or is there another way to prolong the time in between these cleanouts?