Monthly Archives: May 2017

Reasons Why Your Community Should Invest in Street Sweeper Rental

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When it comes to keeping a community safe and secure, it’s not just about locking things up and controlling access to guarantee privacy and prevention of theft. The state of citizens’ health and home valuations are of equal concern, one beginning at street level in the most literal sense.

Just like private properties, the roads, gutters, and other public easements of your community need to be properly and regularly maintained. The stakes are even higher in this instance. After all, public spaces affect everyone in a community. Residents and investors alike deem public appearance and sanitation as critical factors in anyone’s decision to settle in a particular neighborhood or community. For a number of reasons, investing in street sweeper rental benefits the overall livability and allure of your community. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2rnBWNH

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Weigh the Pros and Cons of Renting vs. Buying Vacuum Trucks for Sale

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Keeping your community clean is not just all about having a clean surface; what goes on underground is equally just as important. If you want to remove the threat of backflows, sewage overflows, or just general flooding because of sewage or drain clogs, then you might want to consider investing in vacuum trucks for sale.

These tanker trucks are specifically designed to suck out sludge, sand and water mixtures, or general liquids to clear the waterways underground. With vacuum trucks, there is less need for operation personnel because they are automated.

It definitely is a serious investment, though, so it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of buying one for the exclusive use of your community or if renting one is a lot more practical. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2rWNG6J

Signs You Need to Use a Push Camera Inspection System Before a Clean

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Each time your business takes on a sewer or drain cleaning job, your first priority will be ensuring safe working conditions. That means taking precautions, and sometimes extra steps, in the cleaning process. Sewer cameras are a great piece of safety equipment that give you information about the environment you’ll be working in. While it’s not always necessary for you to use a push camera inspection system, here are some of the signs to look out for that suggest you should.

An Overflowing Drain or Sewer

If the pipes you need to unblock are overflowing with sewage, sludge or grease, you aren’t going to have a clear picture of the situation. As the line of sight is obscured, you won’t know where the cause of blockage is and how large it is, which means you could use the wrong cleaning equipment to tackle it. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ro47vT