Tuesday, August 24th, 2021
glass of water

Reverse osmosis is when particles and contaminants are removed from water by forcing the water through membranes that filter it out, similar to an air filtration system. Reverse osmosis improves water for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and other uses. For example, have you ever noticed the buildup around the nozzle of your shower or bathtub head? That is typically calcium and other minerals that get deposited by the water and build up over time. Reverse osmosis can remove those minerals and keep your system from getting build-up.

Thursday, August 12th, 2021
home appliance maintenance and repair

Many people pride themselves on putting a house together on their own. If that’s you, that’s great! However, there are some things out there you should reserve for professionals: electrical work or major renovations for example. One other home job that is best reserved for a professional is installing and maintaining your affixed appliances.

Monday, July 26th, 2021
Hydro Excavation truck

Hydro Excavation is the process of digging or excavating soil without damaging the utilities underground using high-pressure water and a vacuum. It’s mainly used for digging utility holes, trenching, and digging sewer pipes. 

Friday, July 9th, 2021
water dripping from a faucet

Commercial plumbing and residential plumbing both involve pipes and fixtures, but commercial takes longer and can be more complicated. There are more fixtures and floors that plumbers have to cover at schools, airports, and businesses than there are at houses. If you own a building or business, here are a few myths about commercial plumbing that you should look out for.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2021
Restaurant refrigerator

Have you ever heard the saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” When it comes to regular refrigeration maintenance, that’s not always the case. If you run a restuarant, it’s easy to get caught up in what actually needs to be fixed and forget about things that seem to be working. You might think your refrigerator or freezer is working fine because there aren’t any visible problems, but there could be underlying issues that you might not see. In order for your commercial refrigeration to stay reliable and efficient, it’s important to schedule regular maintenance.

Wednesday, June 16th, 2021
Man using angle grinder

Most people take sheet metal for granted because they don’t realize how many items in our homes, businesses, and shops are made through sheet metal fabrication. There are more everyday items created by metalworking and fabrication than you might think.

Monday, May 31st, 2021
modern office with people in a meeting

When you think of what an office building looks like, you think of private offices along the walls, and cubicles in the center of the space. Over the years, office buildings have become more modern, giving these spaces more of an open feel. Something important to note when transforming your office space is to also change the HVAC system design. Any changes to your commercial HVAC system should always be one of the first steps when building or renovating a space.

Wednesday, May 26th, 2021
electrical safety tips

Remodeling your home or business takes time and planning, whether you are redoing the kitchen or updating the electrical system. It also takes knowledge and the correct tools. While there are many aspects of remodeling that you CAN handle with research, there are others that are too dangerous. This includes your electricity. Here are some things you should consider speaking with an electrician about for your remodeling project.

Sunday, April 25th, 2021
image of a large daily planner on a brown desk

Today is National Plumber’s Day, so we thought it would be fun to take a deeper look at the daily work lives of plumbers! Be sure to thank a plumbing professional today and get to know their job a little better.

Tuesday, April 13th, 2021
commercial kitchen equipment

Commercial kitchens require the best equipment to stay up and running, especially during busy hours. Food must be prepared safely and efficiently, and it must also taste amazing. In order to meet these goals, your kitchen equipment should be in the best shape possible. Here are some of the most common pieces of equipment that will need repairs.