Things To Know About Portable Toilet Rentals

Posted on: 28 August 2020

Hosting events usually involves large crowds of people, especially if they are held outside without any capacity limits. The main downfall of hosting an event outside is that there might not be any restrooms available for attendees to use when they have a need to do so. However, a lack of restrooms doesn't mean that you should not choose an outdoor venue to host your event. The reason why is because you can pay for a portable toilet rental that can be used by attendees for the duration of the event.
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4 Things That Can Cause Your Water Heater To Stop Making Hot Water Or Run Out Too Fast

Posted on: 3 August 2020

You rely on your water heater to keep your showers warm and kitchen water hot. You probably don't think too much about your water heater until it suddenly stops working. Several things can go wrong with a water heater whether it's an electric or gas model. Here are four reasons a water heater can't keep up with your demands for hot water. 1. The Tank Is Too Small If you just moved your family into a new home or if the number of people living in your home has increased, the water heater tank may be too small to keep up with your needs.
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Why Didn't The Baking Soda And Vinegar Unclog The Drain?

Posted on: 6 July 2020

Go onto any home improvement or home care website, and you'll see the holy grail of drain cleaning: baking soda and vinegar. Sometimes it includes salt or ice, but it will always have baking soda and vinegar followed by hot water. This magic concoction is safe and effective. Most of the time.  Yet, sometimes it just doesn't work. This can be the result of a human error or a more specific problem in the drain.
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Things That Cause The Reset Button On Your Water Heater To Trip And Repairs That May Be Needed

Posted on: 1 June 2020

If you're surprised by water that's too hot or too cold when you hop in the shower, you may want to check the reset button on your water heater. If the button tripped because the water got too hot, the thermostat won't turn on the upper heating element again until the button is reset. Here's an overview of the purpose of the reset button and how it lets you know your water heater needs to be repaired.
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