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  • The Benefits Of High Pressure Water Jetting

    Do you need some extra power behind your next cleaning job but you're not sure where to start? Whether you need to remove years of dirt from a surface on your property or you are trying to wash down your house's exterior, one possible solution you might want to look into is high-pressure water jetting. Here's why contacting a local company that offers high-pressure jetting services might be the right move for you.
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  • 3 Things To Know About Water Wells

    If you live outside of city limits, there is a good chance you get your water from a well. A water well not only provides your household with clean drinking water, but your well also allows you to do laundry, water the lawn, take a shower, and do anything else that requires water. If you don't know a lot about them, here are three things to know about water wells.
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  • What Can Be Planted Near The Septic System?

    If you live in an area where you must use a septic system instead of the municipal water system, then it is important that you take the necessary steps to protect the system from damage. One of these steps is taking care in the planting of trees, plants, shrubs, etc. over and near the tank and drainfield. Here is what to know about what is safe to plant in the septic system area of your property.
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  • Services To Hire If You Are Hosting A Multi-Night Star Party

    If you are an astronomy buff, then spending a few nights under the stars can be just the way to spend a summer vacation. One way to do this while meeting other amateur astronomers is to host a star party. If you have your own property in an area with a dark sky, then perfect, but otherwise you could rent a bit of land in the middle of nowhere for your event.
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  • 4 Septic System Improvements That Will Protect Your Older System from Failures & Reduce Maintenance

    When you have an older septic system, it may be vulnerable to failures. To ensure your septic system is protected, you may want to consider improvements like lining the tank or installing a pump tank. The following improvements will help protect your old septic system from failures and reduce the cost of constant maintenance: 1. Updating Outdated and Leaking Septic Tanks with Modern Linings Over time, outdated materials like metal and concrete can fail and cause your septic tank to leak.
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  • Best Reasons To Upgrade From Portable Toilets To A Toilet Trailer For Your Outdoor Event

    Planning any event to be held outdoors or in a very rustic setting must always include making arrangements to meet the comfort and hygiene needs of the people you plan to invite. For decades, the sight of a familiar molded plastic portable toilet has been a very welcoming one to any outdoor event attendee who finds themselves feeling the urgent call of nature. But for all the benefits that portable toilets have offered over the years, they also have a few limitations that must be noted, especially for those who are planning an outdoor wedding, reunion, or other large event.
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  • Tips For Properly Maintaining Your Septic Drain Field

    If you have a septic system, then you also have a septic drain field. This is where the system terminates, and it is very vital and necessary in order for your septic system to function properly. The drain field, however, can be quite sensitive. If you don't take good care of it, this could cause odors and problems with your entire system. Fortunately, taking proper care of the drain field isn't all that difficult, at least not if you can follow a few simple tips.
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  • New Bakery Owner's Tips For Proper Grease Trap Care And Maintenance

    As the proprietor of a new bakery, it is important you understand that grease traps are the best way to keep damaging grease and oils out of the municipal sewer system. Without the use of commercial grease traps, the grease and oils you wash down the drain would build up in the sewer lines and clog them up. However, before clogging, there would be a lot of grease passed along into the rest of the municipal sewer system.
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  • Oil Tank Removal: Important Information For Homeowners

    The last thing a homeowner expects to find in their backyard is a buried oil tank. For some homeowners, the discovery occurs because of the sudden discovery of a suspicious depression in their lawn or repeatedly noticing an oily sheen in a puddle of rainwater. For other homeowners, the discovery of an old oil tank can happen suddenly, such as during the excavation work for the installation of a pool or the foundation for an outbuilding.
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