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3 Landscaping Ideas That Will Help Keep Your Basement Safe From Water Damage

10 February 2016
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The drainage of the landscaping around your home can affect your home's foundation. If your home is on a basement, poor drainage can lead to water damage and costly repairs. In addition to your basement waterproofing, you may want to consider some landscaping improvements to keep runoff away from your home's foundation. Here are some landscaping projects that are sure to help keep the water out of your basement: 1. Rain Collection To Save Water Irrigating And Keep It Away From The Foundation
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When Your Commercial Freezer Needs Repair: Four Emergency Backup Solutions

6 January 2016
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Commercial freezers have large jobs to do. They have to run continuously to keep food cold for restaurants, convenience stores and grocers. When they break down, everything inside them is at jeopardy and could become a financial loss to your business. Most of the goods will keep for several hours, so long as the freezer door remains shut. If you are dealing with high heat and humidity outside and/or inside your business, or you know employees will open the freezer door too many times to count, you may need an emergency backup solution.
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Four Home Improvement Tips to Help Reduce Heat Loss This Winter

19 November 2015
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As the cold weather sets in, you are probably ready to crank up the heating. This also means that you will be spending a lot more on your utility bills. If you want to reduce the energy costs for your heating, putting a stop to heat loss can help. Here are some things you can do to stop heat loss this winter and lower your utility bill: 1. Evaluate Your Home for Air Leaks and Stop Them
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Troubleshooting the Common Walk-In Freezer Issues in Your Commercial Kitchen

13 November 2015
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Having an on-site freezer storage space that is large enough to allow you and your employees to walk in and grab what you need is definitely convenient. However, a walk-in freezer in your commercial kitchen also means that you have to be careful about potential problems, as appropriate holding temperatures can be a huge deal when it comes to food safety. Here are a few of the most common issues that can come up when you have a walk-in freezer unit and the potential problems you should be able to easily diagnose on your own.
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Follow These 2 Steps To Prepare Your Air Conditioner For Winter

10 November 2015
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If you're like many homeowners today, you probably have a whole list of items that you want to get taken care of around your home before it gets too cold outside. With fall well underway, the clock is ticking on how much time you have left to get everything done. One of the main things you want to get done is winterizing your air conditioning unit. Otherwise, you will end up with a major disaster when spring rolls around and you try to start your unit back up, only to get nothing but a bunch of warm air coming out.
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heating and cooling a tranformed attic

When my husband and I made the decision to transform the attic into a home office, we didn't think about how that would impact our home heating and cooling system. This space has been complete for about a year now, and it is always cold in the winter and hot in the summer. We decided that, before this winter hit, we would have an HVAC technician come out and see what could be done to improve the heating and cooling of the space. Find out what you can do to heat and cool these areas of the home here on my blog.