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2014

Signs That Your Business Is Having Electrical Problems & How An Electrician Can Repair Them

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Faulty wiring can cause major or minor fires at your business, which could result in a huge inventory loss and property damage. It is also important for the outlets to be up-to-date so they can handle the power demands of your commercial equipment. Discover what signs to watch for in your building that may point to electrical problems and what an electrician can do to make repairs before a fire is sparked.…

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What You Need To Know About Chimney Fires

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Creosote is a sticky, gummy substance that can build up on the inside of a chimney. Chimney fires can occur when creosote builds up inside the chimney, and then ignites when a fire is lit in the fireplace.  Methods to Avoid Chimney Fires Creosote builds up inside the chimney for many reasons. Lingering smoke inside the chimney can cause creosote to build up more quickly than usual, so getting adequate air flow is an important part of protecting your chimney from creosote buildup.…

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Your Roof In Winter: Understanding The Effects Of Cold Weather

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As terms like “polar vortex” and “glacial melting” become more commonplace, maintaining the roof over your head is more crucial than ever.  It’s important to realize, though, that every roof may not be constructed to withstand these changing, unpredictable weather patterns.  Most roofs come with a 20-year warranty, and they’re typically designed to last at least that long: but they probably weren’t constructed to withstand the drastic, devastating weather conditions that could occur when Antarctica melts into the sea!…

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