Pros And Cons Of A High Efficiency Tanked Water Heater

Water heaters come in a variety of styles that mostly break down into whether or not the unit has a storage tank. Tanked water heaters, also called traditional water heaters, fill completely up with water that is then heated either with only electricity or electricity and gas. When you turn on a hot water faucet, there is a storage tank of water waiting. More cold water replaces what you took, and the tank heats that again. [Read More]

Keep These Steps In Mind To Extend The Life Of Your Swimming Pool

Having a swimming pool installed in your backyard and maintaining it properly is a considerable investment of time and money — and one that should keep your family smiling in the summer for years to come. To get the most out of your pool, it's important to have it inspected regularly by a licensed professional. In the meantime, there are many things that you can do to help extend the life of the pool. [Read More]

Making Portable Restrooms Desirable To County Fair Visitors

If you run a county fair, you will undoubtedly want to have portable restrooms on the premises for guests to use when necessary. Keeping these restrooms in the best of condition will make the experience of having to use one a pleasant experience. Here are some tips you can use to make sure the portable restrooms you rent are kept in the best of shape so fair-goers continue to frequent your event in the future. [Read More]

4 Ways To Waterproof A Curbless Shower

Curbless showers represent an innovative way to improve both the aesthetics and the accessibility of a bathroom. Yet for those debating about whether to have a curbless shower installed, it's natural to have concerns around the subject of leak prevention. If you would like to learn more about water containment strategies in curbless showers, read on. This article will introduce four commonly implemented techniques for waterproofing a curbless shower. Sloped Floor [Read More]