If you've ever had a slow drain, you know that it can quickly progress to a full clog. But even just having the slow drain is annoying as it means you have to spend yet more time spent trying to open up the drain so that your sink doesn't fill so quickly. It's better to prevent the drain from becoming slow in the first place, which is easier to do than it sounds. [Read More]
Why It's Ideal To Heat Treat Metal Before Cutting It
When you think about cutting metal -- whether you are manufacturing products or are cutting metal so that you can build equipment or parts -- then you probably just think about using the right equipment to get the job done. One step that you might not think about, however, is having the metal heat tempered beforehand. These are a few reasons why heat tempering metal before cutting it can be a good idea. [Read More]
Becoming A Boiler Service Technician: What You Need To Know
If you are looking for a career in which you are not tied down to a desk and can work with your hands, one good option is to become a boiler service technician. This job is a great fit for anyone who in mechanically minded and wants to earn a good salary while avoiding dull office work. Here is a closer look at how to enter this intriguing field. Education Typically, a high school diploma or GED is needed to pursue your boiler technician training. You have two main choices for obtaining your training. [Read More]
When Your Furnace Won't Do Its Job: Is Your Furnace The Wrong Size?
Furnace repair contractors regularly deal with a variety of furnace issues, but one of the most common of these is furnaces that just won't heat the home properly. Although the problem may be that your furnace is at the end of its useful life span, there is also a chance that your home has the wrong size furnace to start with. Read on to find out why the right size really does matter when it comes to furnaces. [Read More]