Keeping Children Safe In A Rented Moonwalk Attraction

Posted on: 10 January 2016

If you are considering renting a moonwalk attraction for a children's birthday party, you are most likely concerned about the safety of the children who will be using the equipment. Moonwalk bouncy houses are a fun activity for children if proper safety precautions are taken in the setup and maintenance of the unit while it is in your possession. Here are some steps you can take in ensuring you are providing a safe activity for those who intend on participating in the use of this apparatus.
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Asbestos Exposure: 3 Things You Should Know

Posted on: 21 December 2015

Do you live in a home that was built before the 1970s? If you do, there's a good chance that asbestos was used in the construction process. Asbestos exposure can lead to serious health issues. If you do have an older home, you should have it inspected for asbestos danger. Here are a things you should know about asbestos. Where Asbestos Can Be Found in Your Home If you thought asbestos was only found in insulation, you're wrong.
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Is Your Garbage Disposal Ready For The Holidays?

Posted on: 2 December 2015

The holidays are coming! Now is the time to get your garbage disposal ready to work hard. These tips will help you get your unit ready for heavy use at big holiday meals. Clean Your Unit Gunk that builds up inside your garbage disposal can cause clogs over time. Luckily, there are many natural products that you probably keep around your house that you can use to clean out the inside of your garbage disposal.
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Can You Throw Away Broken Up Concrete In A Dumpster? If Not, What Should You Do?

Posted on: 14 November 2015

If you're in the middle of a home renovation, you could soon be finding yourself in possession of a lot of leftover broken up concrete. Knowing how to dispose of your concrete can help you get your house back in order after the renovation is complete. Can you throw away broken up concrete in a dumpster? Many dumpster rental companies will allow renters to throw away broken up concrete in their dumpsters.
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