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Why You Should Buy Heavy Gauge Injection Molded Parts For Your Machines

Having a machine down due to a faulty part can cost your company a lot of money. Not only do you lose revenue due to a lack of production, you also have to keep paying the operators while they wait for the machine to be fixed. If you have to order the part this can sometimes take days or more. One way to reduce the amount of lost money is by using heavy gauge injection molded parts. Read More 

Top 4 Reasons To Have Your Well Water Tested

Many households rely on wells to supply their homes with water. Unfortunately, it is possible for water that comes from wells to become contaminated or otherwise unsafe. One way to ensure that the water coming from your well is safe is by scheduling well water testing services. There are many reasons to have your well water tested, such as: Regular Inspection If you have a well on your property, it is essential to have it regularly inspected. Read More 

3 Of The Most Common Parking Lot Accidents On Business Properties

When you own a business, you have a responsibility to your employees and your customers to ensure your property is safe, and this all starts at the first place people encounter your business property, which is in the parking lot. Because the parking area is beyond the doors of the business, it is easy to disregard how important it is to also keep that area as safe as possible. To make sure you are doing just that, it is a good idea to get a bit more familiar with how accidents actually occur in this extended part of your property. Read More 

How To Check For Leaks In Your Heating Oil Tank

Even though heating oil might not be the most expensive thing in the world, it still costs money and you want to make sure that you are never suddenly without enough of it. Therefore, you will want to take it upon yourself to keep an eye out for leaks within the heating oil tank. Making use of the following tips will help you with that. Clean Connection Pieces And Hoses With Soapy Water Read More 

Preventing Your Construction Site From Turning Into A Landfill

Whether you're working on a construction site that entails renovations and demolition or you're building a new structure from the ground up, there's going to be debris leftover. You can chose to address the situation by arranging for daily disposal or find another way to prevent your construction site from becoming a dump site. After work is complete for the day, you're going to have a lot of people noticing the condition of your construction site, and if there is temptation some of they will use the opportunity to offload their own trash and debris thinking that no one will notice. Read More