Maintaining Your First Machine: 3 Maintenance Tips For Novice Welders

Posted on: 1 June 2015

Investing in the purchase of a welding machine can be exciting for novice welders. If you have recently taken up welding as a hobby, and invested in your first welding machine, there are some important maintenance tips you should follow in order to keep your equipment running right at all times. Here are three tips that will get you started with proper welding equipment maintenance, so that you can produce solid welds in the future. [Read More]

Proper Planning for Septic Tanks

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Septic tanks are a necessity for areas outside of municipal sewage treatment areas, but they aren't always an eco-friendly or easy-to-maintain option. Whether you're installing a new septic tank or moving into an area that has a septic tank on your property, keep a few things in mind as you plan upgrades, prepare for repairs, or even just walk over a buried septic tank. Septic Tanks Can Be a Hazard [Read More]

9 Tips To Conserve On Energy Bills

Posted on: 29 April 2015

During the cold winter months, keeping your energy costs to a minimum is important if you want to save money. Fortunately, you can keep your heating budget within reason by staying vigilant when it comes to your heating system and oil. Here are nine ways you can save money when it turns cold outside.  Buy heating oil off season. When the weather warms up, the price of heating oil is dropped by some dealers. [Read More]

Small Ways To Increase Late-Night Employee Safety At Your 24 Hour Business

Posted on: 14 April 2015

Security concerns are heightened when businesses stay open for 24 hours. Working after dark when the streets are relatively empty comes at its own risks. Following these tips will help you keep your employees safe after hours. Provide Secure Employee Parking Employees who get off their shift at midnight must walk to their car in the dark, and may need to do so alone. Providing your employees with secure parking for these occasions will increase their safety. [Read More]