They are your fuzzy friends and you love them, but pet owners know that with that wagging tail comes some destruction. Plumbing tips may not sound like what you need, but you may be surprised what pets can get into.
Overall customer satisfaction is the goal for most restaurants but make customer safety the main priority. A restaurant fire protection plan should be in place long before the doors open for the first time.
The gunk that ends up on the floor of these areas often gets flushed into the floor drain because of their convenient location. Make sure it is draining properly by clearing any blockage.
A deluge sprinkler system is often used in areas that contain hazardous materials in large areas. For example, aircraft hangars, power plants, and chemical processing facilities.
While most businesses green initiatives focus on carbon emissions, they should also be focusing on their water consumption. Businesses waste tons of water per year. Water conservation is a great step toward corporate responsibility, as well as helping your bottom line.
At healthcare facilities, patients are relying on you for their overall health and safety. When patients are incapable of evacuating on their own, having all the necessary fire safety precautions is crucial.
If you want to prevent a blocked drain, the best place to start is with some preventative measures. Learning proper garbage disposal methods can save both time and money ultimately used on an inevitable visit from the plumber.
Do you need a sprinkler system in your home or office? First, you need to decide which system to choose. Dry and wet pipe sprinkler systems have their advantages and disadvantages. It is best to be informed when it comes time to decide what system is best for your building.
There it is. The undeniable stench coming from the sink. The immediate response is to go for the cleaning products, but they only help in some cases. Depending on the situation, cleaners may not help at all. Drain odors themselves may be able to diagnose the problem, but it may not always be that easy.
You do not often think about the risk for electrical fire when you plug something in, but maybe it is time you did. Electricity is one of the top three leading causes of structure fires in the United States along with cooking and heating.
Spring cleaning time has arrived! It is time to start fresh and clean your home or office. Closets, garages, basements, outdoor spaces, and every other room get the attention they need. Don’t overlook your plumbing! Anything that carries or holds water for you go through a lot of wear and tear, and therefore requires some spring cleaning too. Give your plumbing the TLC that it needs.
Fire suppression systems are required to meet fire safety codes, but what happens when your facility contains combustible, extremely valuable, or irreplaceable materials. Special hazard suppression systems are designed and tested to help control and extinguish challenging fires in mission-critical rooms, areas, and buildings.
It is unclear how long the COVID-19 quarantine will last, but we have a few productive DIY plumbing projects you can do while you are stuck at home. While your plans have been postponed, now is the perfect time to complete some plumbing projects that you have been too busy to start.
Having proper fire protection systems in place is essential for any business or residential space. It ensures the safety of its inhabitants as well as reduce the amount of property damage that can be propagated in the event of a fire. But, did you know there are two different types of fire protection methods that work together for optimal fire protection?
If you are looking for energy cost savings and want to be more eco-friendly, you should take a closer look at your plumbing and fixtures. There may be more energy going down the drain than you think. Changing your fixtures to more efficient options can save thousands of gallons of water per year which is beneficial to both the environment and your wallet.