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Are Squirrels Trying To Get In Your Attic? Here’s How To Keep Them Away From Your Home

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Squirrels are cute little animals, but their looks can be deceiving. They are actually quite destructive, and they can damage your house and other belongings. A squirrel problem can get out of hand fast so it’s not a good idea to put nuts and seeds out for them to eat. It may seem cute at first, but once the squirrels are used to you handing them food, they may get aggressive once you stop. If you have too many squirrels hanging around your house, you don’t have to kill them to get rid of them. You have other options: Cut Off...

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How Laundry Affects Your Septic Tank System

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a septic tank, many things can affect it, such as dumping grease and cooking oils into your drains, flushing cigarette butts, flushing sanitary products, and more. The way you do laundry, as well as the laundry soap you use, can also have an impact on your septic tank system. Washing Machine Filter Lint is generated by washing machines, and this lint gets into your septic system. Once it gets into the system, it clogs the soil in the drain fields. Each load you do generates lint, so imagine how much of it builds up over time....

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Trash Removal At Large Facilities

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Trash is not something most people think of when they visit a large, high-traffic facility, like an amusement park, fair, or stadium.  High volumes of people lead to high volumes of trash.  No one likes to see overflowing trash cans or smell dumpsters full of waste.  What goes on behind the scenes to keep these facilities free of waste?  Back Areas Large facilities tend to have a back area that is set up to dispose of trash.  This area is likely to contain a compactor.  Compactors are often rented from a company...

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