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Three Reasons Your Restaurant Table Linens Aren’t Lasting

Posted by on Nov 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Reasons Your Restaurant Table Linens Aren’t Lasting

As a restaurateur, you understand that everything matters. Not only does great customer service and quality cuisine matter, but a good dining environment is also important. You can boost your efforts in this area by focusing on your table linens. If you have linens that stain easily and look worn, there are likely several mistakes you’re making that may contributing to the problem. Failing To Prewash When you order new table liners, avoid placing them directly on the table. Most restaurant quality liners come equipped with built-in stain fighting qualities that work to keep stains from penetrating deep within the fibers of the fabric. However, in many instances, this feature needs to be activated and a prewash is often how this is achieved. For these liners, you need to first wash the fabric to lock in the stain fighting...

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Dust In The Wind: Tips To Avoid This Bother At Your New Event Or Wedding Venue Space

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Dust In The Wind: Tips To Avoid This Bother At Your New Event Or Wedding Venue Space

Expect to deal with dust if you’re planning to open an outdoor event venue for festivals, weddings, or fairs. Any exposed, unpaved portion of your property or adjoining roadways will be teeming with dust particles patiently waiting to be easily stirred up by wind and vehicles. To avoid the negative health and aesthetic effects of airborne dust in your event space, take the following steps: Strictly enforce your own rules When you’ve determined the dustiest areas of your property, you can set some rules that will cut down on whirlwinds of particles choking people during your events. Limit ATV use during the driest days, since these vehicles are the worst dust-stirrers. Assign some paths as walk-only paths, and have a speed limit of 10mph to reduce clouds of dirt along unpaved vehicle roads. Strictly enforce the rules on your...

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Four Factors To Help You Decide Where To Drill Your Well

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Four Factors To Help You Decide Where To Drill Your Well

An experienced well drilling contractor may be able to give you advice on good well locations, but even before you hire a drilling contractor, you can give some thought to exactly where on your property you’ll locate the well. There are many factors that influence what makes a perfect spot for a well. Use these four points to help you narrow it down. 1. Distance from potential contaminants One of the first things to consider is where not to put your well. You shouldn’t put it close to a potential source of groundwater contamination, such as a feed lot, a silo, a cesspool, or a septic tank. Other things to stay away from include: Outhouses Landfills Property boundaries  Roads 2. Relative elevation The easiest spot to sink a well is the lowest spot on your property because that’s likely...

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4 Machine Shop Safety Tips To Use Every Single Day

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Machine Shop Safety Tips To Use Every Single Day

Machining work in the industrial and manufacturing sector as a whole can be incredibly profitable. This work involves heavy-duty machinery that can also be dangerous, which is why you need to learn some smart safety tips that will help keep you and your entire work base safe. This will help protect from your shop from injury and even protect the lives of everyone in your machine shop floors each and every day. Use these four machining safety guidelines below in order to help you out. #1: Enforce use of protective equipment at all times When you own a machine shop, personal protective equipment should absolutely never be optional. Make sure everyone on the floor is aware of this rule and that it is strictly enforced, with significant penalties to back up this rule. Some examples of protective equipment that...

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3 Tips for Getting More for Scrap Metal at Your Industrial Business

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Tips for Getting More for Scrap Metal at Your Industrial Business

In your manufacturing plant or other industrial business, you might go through a lot of scrap metal. If this is the case, you may want to consider selling it to a company that picks up scrap metal and pays for it by weight. This can help you recoup some of your losses, and it’s a great way to ensure that the waste from your business is disposed of properly and recycled. Plus, there’s a chance that the company that handles the normal garbage pickup from your factory will not handle scrap metal. To get as much money from the scrap metal pick-up as possible, remember these three helpful tips. 1. Clean It Up First of all, you will want to clean up your scrap metal before disposing of it. Obviously, every piece does not have to be shiny and clean,...

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3 Tips To Create A Sustainable Commercial HVAC System

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Tips To Create A Sustainable Commercial HVAC System

Maintaining a constant temperature inside your commercial buildings is essential when it comes to employee and customer comfort. A reliable HVAC system plays a critical role in helping control indoor temperatures, but these systems can use a lot of energy. In fact, air conditioning alone accounts for nearly 15% of the primary energy used by commercial buildings throughout the United States. Here are three tips you can use to create a more sustainable HVAC system without compromising comfort inside your commercial building in the future. 1. Regularly swap out your HVAC unit’s filter. Filtering contaminants from the outdoor air supply used to heat and cool your commercial space is a vital role filled by your HVAC unit’s filter. Over time, the contaminants filtered from the outdoor air supply can clog up the air filter. A clogged filter forces your...

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