3 Reasons To Have Your Commercial Grease Trap Cleaned More Often

16 December 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

One thing that you might not enjoy spending money on is grease trap cleaning for your restaurant. This can cause you to put it off longer than you should, which can cause a lot of problems. Chances are good that you aren't having your grease trap cleaned as regularly as you should be, but these are three reasons why you should consider working with a grease trap cleaning service to have it done more often. Read More 

Top Tips For Maintaining Your Propane Tank

23 November 2015
 Categories: , Blog

It is important to make sure that you are doing everything you can in order to keep your propane tank in the best possible condition. To help you do just that, you will want to take the time to review the following tips. Keep The Snow Off The Top You do not have to worry about keeping the top of the propane tank completely clear during the winter, as that is nearly impossible in many areas. Read More 

Looking at the Dangers of Asbestos Contamination Due to Flooding

17 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Many homes still around today were constructed using materials that contained the carcinogen asbestos. Asbestos can be found in insulation, drywall and cement. Many homes undergo asbestos inspections before being sold because the danger it poses as a cancer-causing agent. However, many homes that are damaged during floods can mean asbestos getting into creeks, lakes and oceans, not to mention community water supplies. Learn how you can avoid the dangers of asbestos exposure if your home has been damaged by flood waters. Read More 

There Are Different Kinds Of Diesel Fuel

10 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

When it comes to fuel for vehicles there are two categories. One is gasoline, the other is diesel. Most people are pretty familiar with gasoline but are much less familiar with diesel. For instance, you might not know that there are different kinds of diesel.  Diesel #1 Diesel #1 isn't as commonly used as other forms of diesel. For one thing, it doesn't provide the same amount of energy that other kinds of diesel fuel does. Read More 

Trim The Overgrowth From A Hemlock Tree And Use The Clippings To Make A Holiday Wreath

7 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Trim an overgrown hemlock tree on your property and use the clippings to make a decorative wreath for your front door this holiday season. Once you have finished the project, the hemlock tree will look well-groomed and the wreath that you have created will give the exterior of your home a festive appearance. Materials ladder work gloves pruning shears basket water anti-wilt spray towel scissors floral wire wreath form decorative berries ribbon self-adhesive hook Trim The Branches On The Hemlock Tree Read More