Are you thinking about buying a home in the country, either to live in or as a vacation home? Have you been put off by the fact that the home will have a septic tank instead of being hooked up to a city sewer system? There are a lot of myths and misconceptions regarding septic tanks and how they work. Unfortunately, believing these myths may prevent you from buying a home that you and your family would enjoy.
Servicing your septic tank may seem like a hassle when you're short on funds. However, this is one of those things that you can't really afford to put off. Failing to service your septic tank can make it less effective, and this can quickly turn it into an environmental hazard. Therefore, anyone with a septic tank looking to spend as little as possible on servicing will need to take certain steps to achieve this.
Investing in a fully-operational restaurant can be a dream come true that leads to a financial windfall, or it could be a nightmare that leads to financial devastation. Nearly everyone has heard or seen stories in the news and on social media regarding health and cleanliness violations in restaurants and the food industry. These violations can lead to fines, and some can cause a restaurant to be shut down until infractions are taken care of, and the establishment passes a subsequent inspection.
Portable toilets do not have the best reputation. But portable toilets have come a long way, and they may be anything but the small, cramped, and hot spaces you envision when you think of porta-potties. There are many different sizes and styles of portable toilets available. If you are looking to rent a portable toilet, here are a few of the features you should consider when selecting the right portable toilet for your construction site or event.
If your automotive repair shop recently moved into a commercial building that uses a septic system for wastewater disposal, then these tips will help you protect it from unnecessary problems: Tip: Don't Use the Floor Drains in the Repair Bays While floor drains make cleaning up your repair bays simple, they should never be used. The introduction of motor oil, bearing grease, and other automotive fluids into a septic tank is a surefire way to cause clogs in the tank outlets, leach lines, and leach field.