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Irrigation Inspections to Request Before Buying Warehouse Space

Expanding your warehouse often means considering existing warehouse properties. Your real estate agent may have amazing deals on warehouse properties, but a good price does not mean that the properties are free of issues.

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How to Ensure Plumbing Issues Don't Harm Your Restaurant's Success

Running a successful restaurant is harder than ever. A potential customer can pick up their mobile phone and read an online restaurant review within mere seconds. And then it only takes a few more seconds for them to warn friends about a restaurant. Your reputation can make or break your restaurant.

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What Business Owners Need to Know About Sewer Backups

As a business owner, you find yourself dealing with the most pressing issues facing your company first in your day-to-day work. Often, this approach means that you end up focusing on fundamental concerns like customer complaints, ordering and product inventory.

Unfortunately, this surface-level approach can leave you unprepared for more serious commercial issues, as you may have experienced during a past tax season or building inspection.

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Non-Destructive Digging: How Your Council Will Save Money

Keeping a complex plumbing system in good working order is no small task, especially when part of it is buried underneath a busy road or central area.

No local council wants to disrupt business or traffic any more than is absolutely necessary — so when pipe maintenance does become necessary, great care must be taken to minimise the length of the project and the damage it causes.

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When Is a Blocked Drain an Emergency?

A blocked drain, whether it's completely closed off or still draining slowly, is going to need fixing eventually. The question is, how long can it wait?

In many cases, a blocked drain doesn't need urgent attention and certainly wouldn't constitute an emergency. Sometimes, however, you need to get someone out to look at your drain as soon as possible.

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3 Ways to Minimise Business Disruption During Plumbing Works

As someone in real estate that purchases and flips properties, you may think that a multi-unit building would be ideal. You can choose to flip the building to remodel the units and sell or rent them for long-term income. You may also decide to gut the building and flip it into larger units or one large nicer property.

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Drainage and Plumbing Issues to Consider Before Flipping Older Properties

As someone in real estate that purchases and flips properties, you may think that a multi-unit building would be ideal. You can choose to flip the building to remodel the units and sell or rent them for long-term income. You may also decide to gut the building and flip it into larger units or one large nicer property.

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5 Signs Your Business Property Has a Blocked Drain

As a business owner, you deal with lots of day-to-day issues. Your employeescall on you to handle internal disputes, you take responsibility for business plan changes and you deal with your business accounts. You may feel like you don't have a lot of time to deal with micromanaging. On some days, you may feel like that category includes your building's plumbing system. However, functional plumbing is one of the most vital aspects of your local property. In this blog, you'll learn how a blocked drain affects your business and how to tell if you're dealing with a blocked drain.

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7 Tips to Avoid Greasy Drain Clogs in Your Restaurant, Pub or Cafe

For restaurant, pub and café owners, grease clogs tend to be one of the most common causes of blocked drains. If you own or manage one of these establishments, it's important to know how to avoid these clogs. Take a look at these seven essential tips.

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What to Know About Pipeline Testing and Drainage Solutions

There are several steps you can take to help with drainage solutions in your business. You can ensure that routine maintenance occurs, make sure lines are kept clean and have inspections done on a routine basis. Another step you can take is a service called pipeline testing. If you aren't sure what this is, here are a few things you need to know about this type of testing and how it can help your drainage issues.

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