Drain And Sewer Cleaning- The Tools Of The Trade

Drain and sewer cleaning is an important part of all water systems. Whether you have a large or small system, without making sure that the drains are clean and cleared you run the risk of damaging the system and causing many problems down the line. Here are some common tools that are used to clean out sewers and their drains in order to keep a clean system. One of the most common tools to use when cleaning drains is a sewer jetter. [Read More]

Becoming A Lifeguard: What You Need To Know

Working as a lifeguard can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience--especially for those who love helping others and enjoy spending time at the pool or beach. However, not just anybody can be a lifeguard. In the United States, lifeguards must be at least 15 years of age and be certified in order to have legal working status. If you're considering a job as a lifeguard, there are also some other things you'll need to know and do before you can don your whistle. [Read More]

Tips For Turning Your Dead Tree Into Garden Mulch

Wood chips are used to cover flower gardens for both a better appearance and to help keep down weeds and conserve moisture. If you need to get a dead or diseased tree removed, you have access to a low cost source of durable and attractive wood mulch. Know the basics of using your removed trees in the garden so you can avoid any problems. Have a Plan A single dead tree will likely produce more wood chips than you can use in your garden alone. [Read More]

2 Types Of Aquaculture Tanks And The Benefits They Provide

Aquaculture tanks are a necessary part of raising and farming fish and aquatic plants. However, it can be a bit difficult to find the right aquaculture tank for you due to the many different styles available and the fact that they all have their own benefits. Two types of aquaculture tanks to consider are round and raceway tanks. Round  Round tanks are the most common type of aquaculture tank, mostly because they are easy to find and setup. [Read More]