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  • Clean Your Workplace Carpet Safely With These 3 Simple Tips

    2 October 2015

    If you've reached a point at which your business needs a serious cleaning, renting a carpet cleaner can help to transform the space -- especially if you're the type of business owner who enjoys rolling up his or her sleeves and getting the work done yourself. A heavy-duty, industrial carpet cleaner uses a combination of hot water or steam and cleaning chemicals to lift stains and make the carpet as good as new.

  • Three Benefits Of Hiring A General Contractor

    2 October 2015

    Television shows, books, and Internet articles make home improvement projects look simple. So, why should you hire a general contractor when you can simply complete the project yourself? Chances are, your home renovation project isn't as easy to complete as you might think, and hiring a contractor to complete the job for you has several benefits. Before you start demolishing portions of your house, learn why hiring a contractor for your project might be a good idea.

  • Get A Closer Look At Wiring Before Equipping Computer Departments

    2 October 2015

    If you're planning on staffing an entire department with new computers or designing a server room for your business, you'll need to make sure that your electrical system can handle the additional load and sensitivity. Unlike machines that can turn on and off with only periodic productivity loss, computer power loss can lead to some major problems that could cost days of progress or thousands of dollars in repairs in an instant.

  • 3 Guidelines For Buying Used Trailers

    2 October 2015

    If you work in the industrial field and want to best be able to operate efficiently, you'll need to acquire the equipment that will aid you the most. You stand to gain a lot and save a lot of money when you decide to purchase used trailers, as opposed to buying them brand new. If you want to maximize on the purchase of used trailers, this guide will help you out with the process and will allow you to reap the greatest benefits.

  • Protect The Well And Water Supply At Your Business

    1 October 2015

    After a new well is installed on your business's property, learn how to care for it and the property around and above it with the following steps. As a result, the well will not become damaged, and the water supply will remain contaminant-free. Avoid Placing Heavy Items On Or Around The Well Avoid walking on or placing any heavy, decorative items over the area where the well is located. If you are unsure of how much space that well is taking up, contact the company that installed it to find out.