Pros And Cons Of The Different Types Of Heat Pump Water Heaters

Posted on: 24 July 2016

Traditional electric water heaters use the electricity to operate a burner assembly that heats the water within the tank. A heat pump water heater does not directly generate heat to warm up the water but rather uses electricity to pull heat from the surrounding air and applies that heat to the water. The difference in operation has its pros and cons that can help you determine if a heat pump water heater is a good match for your home. [Read More]

Recognize When It's Time To Replace Your Sump Pump

Posted on: 6 July 2016

When it comes to sump pumps, the most important thing to remember is that they don't last forever. Whether the unit simply dies or it is no longer equipped to meet your needs, there comes a point when you will need to replace your sump pump. Make sure you know how to recognize the signs that indicate it's time for a replacement. Longer Operation One sign that you need to replace your sump pump is a longer operating time. [Read More]

Live In The Desert? How To Create Water Reservoirs Prior To Your Water Well Drilling Project

Posted on: 20 June 2016

Although a small percentage of the total land mass of the U.S. is covered in desert, there are still many residents that choose to live in these arid locales. As such, they have to find sources of potable water, which usually comes in the form of a water well. If you have moved to a desert state or if you have lived there for some time and need a new water well, you may be short on water for some time. [Read More]

How To Inspect A Used Forklift

Posted on: 1 June 2016

If you are purchasing a used forklift for your business for the first time (from an outlet such as Independent Lift Truck Of Alaska), it is important that you give it a thorough inspection just like you would do if you were purchasing a used car. Here is how and what you need to inspect when purchasing a used forklift for your business.     The Front Of The Forklift The first area you should inspect is the front of the forklift. [Read More]