Wednesday, 27 March 2013
IMPORTANT: Recharge all extinguishers immediately after use regardless of how much they were used.
What is the difference between a fire extinguisher inspection and fire extinguisher maintenance?
An inspection is a “quick check” to give reasonable assurance that a fire extinguisher is available, fully charged and operable. The value of an inspection lies in the frequency, regularity, and thoroughness with which it is conducted. The frequency will vary from hourly to monthly, based on the needs of the situation. Inspections should always be conducted when extinguishers are initially placed in service and thereafter at approximately 30-day intervals.
Fire extinguishers should be maintained at regular intervals (at least once a year), or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a “thorough check” of the extinguisher. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely. It includes a thorough examination and any necessary repair, recharging or replacement. It will normally reveal the need for hydrostatic testing of an extinguisher
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Preventing cockroaches and stopping them from re-entering your house is a very important thing. Once you prevent them from coming, you do not have to look for any control measures or pesticides.
If you can follow these basic home tips, you can not only control cockroaches but also keep your house neat, clean, and dirt free.
Tips to Avoid Cockroaches
1. Avoid keeping any food material open. Keep it in an air tight container as any open lying food can easily attract cockroaches.
2. Keep all the shelves, drawers and cabinets in your house painted and clean, especially your kitchen room. Unclean places or cabinets are the favorite places for pests and cockroaches.
3. You should also keep all the boxes and containers in your house clean by washing them regularly and keeping them dirt free.
4. Avoid keeping garbage in an open container, instead use tightly covered containers for garbage and place them outside.
5. You can keep your kitchen clean by cleaning the stove top, tables, cabinets, drawers, plates etc. Do not leave any leftover food open in your kitchen.
6. Food materials like cereals, sugar, flour etc should be stored or kept in an air tight container.
7. If you have unwanted or unused clothes or furniture pieces at home then discard them every now and then.
8. Avoid keeping dry or wet clothes in the bathroom for a long time. Since they produce bad odour, cockroaches can make them their dwelling place.
9. If there are used utensils in the kitchen sink, it is better to wash them and clean up the kitchen before going to bed. Avoid keeping them overnight.
10. Keep the drains in the kitchen sinks and bathroom clean and covered tightly.
11. If there any cracks in the bathroom pipes, seal them immediately.
12. Clean your house every now and then, specially the corners of every room.
To prevent cockroaches from re-entering your house, it is important to maintain cleanliness regularly. Take immediate preventive cockroach control measures and have a pest-free house.
Monday, 25 March 2013
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Friday, 22 March 2013
Most soakaway will be filling fast especially after heavy rainfall and the water is not dropping then its a good chance your soakaway is damaged,solids from your tank will be forced down your soakaway clogging the pipes and contaminating the soil making thereby creating bad odour around your surrounding.call US 08067179557 for emptying and maintenance of your Septic tank.
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
TIP:-Office workers are often as prone to illnesses as school children, due to the close working environment and poor ventilation. Taking steps to keep your office clean will reduce your chances of catching colds and other viruses, and keep your working space neat and pleasing to the eye.
Friday, 15 March 2013
|ENTRY / HALL WAYS / STAIRS||KITCHEN|
|* Front Door (inside/outside)||* Stove top, drip pans, under burners,|
|* Closets||under range top, control knobs|
|* Flooring||* Grill|
|* Light Fixture (if reachable)||* Oven Racks, Under (if already moved)|
|* Cob Webs||* Inside/outside door|
|Other _______________________||* Range vent, filters|
|Other _______________________||* Dishwasher in/out|
|* Microwave in/out|
|* Refrigerator/Freezer, shelves/drawers,|
|LIVING ROOM, DINING, OFFICE||egg racks, ice trays, door/handle/top,|
|drip pan underneath, vacuum coils/|
|* Dust Walls & Cobwebs||motor, under (if already moved)|
|* Patio doors/sliders||* Thermostat to LOW|
|* Light Fixtures (if reachable||* Breakfast bar|
|* Heater Vents||* Cabinets, shelves/drawers, handles/|
|* Vacuum/Edge||knobs/top, clean fronts|
|* Baseboards/Mop||* Countertops, tile & grout|
|Other _______________________||* Breadboard|
|* Lazy Susan|
|* Sinks, stains, disposal, polish chrome|
|BEDROOMS: QTY:||* Trash compactor in/out|
|* Pantry, floors, shelves, door|
|* Dust walls & cobwebs||* Light fixtures (if reachable)|
|* Closets||* Vacuum/edge|
|* Doors/knobs||* Baseboards/mop|
|* Mirrors||* Dust walls & cobwebs|
|* Shelves/Cabinets (inside & out)|
|* Light Fixtures (if reachable)|
|* Vacuum/Edge||BATHROOMS: QTY:|
|* Tub/Shower, tile & grout, doors, tracks|
|LAUNDRY / UTILITY ROOM||soap dish, stains, polish chrome|
|* Sink, stains, polish chrome|
|* Washer, around rim||* Toilet, tank, bowl, seat/lid, paper holder|
|* Dryer, lint trap, around rim||* Medicine cabinet, shelves, mirror|
|* Under (if already moved)||* Toothbrush holder|
|* Shelves/Cabinets (inside and out)||* Counter tops|
|* Counters||* Closets/cabinets (inside/out)|
|* Sink, polish chrome||* Light fixtures (if reachable)|
|* Light Fixtures (if reachable)||* Remove cobwebs from exhaust fan|
|* Vacuum/Edge||* Dust walls & cobwebs|
|* Baseboards & Mop||* Vacuum/edge|
|* Dust walls & cobwebs||* Baseboards & mop|
|WINDOWS||PATIO / BALCONY|
|* Tracks||* Sweep/vacuum|
|* Sills||* Rails|
|* Blinds/shutters||* Light fixtures (if reachable)|
|* Traverse rods||* Storage area, sweep|
|Other ______________________||* Dust walls/cobwebs|
|Other ______________________||Other ______________________|
|* Fireplace||* Dust hot water heater|
|* Cobwebs walls/ceiling||* Dust furnace/air conditioner|
|* Baseboards||Other ______________________|
|* Fingerprint wall & marks removal||Other ______________________|
|* Switch & outlet plates||Other ______________________|
|* Top of doors||Other ______________________|
|* Set thermostats to LOW||Other ______________________|
|* Report any cracks in windows or|
|tears in screens.|
Wednesday, 13 March 2013
Your home is one of your greatest financial investments and it may be in danger from the destructive effects of pest infestation. Do not wait until the effects are visible.
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Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Monday, 11 March 2013
Deodorizing a Stinky Sink For really terrible sink smells, first get a green scrubby and scrub the sides and especially the drain area which is ofter neglected and builds up quickly.
Run the hot water and spray the sides and drain thoroughly. For stubborn smells, you can pour a 50/50 mix of bleach and hot water down the drain and let it sit for 5 minutes or more before running additional clean hot water down the sink.
Bleach will actually liquefy mold and mildew that's built up in the pipes. If you notice a sewer smell emanating from the sink itself, you can pour some commercial cleaner. If this doesn’t work, there is a more serious problem than simple grime and a professional plumber can help diagnose the problem
Saturday, 9 March 2013
Natural Mosquito Repellents:
- Splashing plain rubbing alcohol on yourself and allowing it to dry will deter mosquitoes from biting you.
- Use half vanilla (has to be pure vanilla) and half water and for a mosquito and tick repellent.
- Dab lavender oil on your pulse points; it smells great on you but repels insects.
Thursday, 7 March 2013
Nooks, crannies, corners and cobwebs.
We admit it, house cleaning is a chore. This house cleaning checklist will get you on the right track.
We promise it's possible to get it all done, but it does take a bit of determination, focus and time to make your house shine.
House cleaning is not at the top of the list of fun things to do. If you let your mind wander too much, you'll spend even more time cleaning.
Use these tips to help you clean efficiently as you check off items from the checklist one by one.
Focus on what you're doing, make every move count, and you'll finish more quickly. Household organizing and cleaning can be done quicker than you think.
1. Clean Top to Bottom, Back to Front, Right to Left
Work your way around the room, cleaning as you go, just one area at a time.
2. Put your Cleaning Supplies in One Place
Don't waste time running around getting a broom or cleaners or whatever you need to complete the task that you're doing.
Your bucket should contain glass cleaner, disinfectant, detergent degreaser, soup scum remover, comet, soft scrub, scrub brush, sponge, toothbrush, and a green scrubby for starters.
3. Dust First, Vacuum Last
Start dusting from the top of the highest shelves, the tops of cabinets. These tend to be less dusty than lower shelves.
Even if you dust quickly, you'll be moving the dust down to a lower level, usually the floor, where it is easily vacuumed away.
4. Make a Schedule and Stick to It
The mess gets worse the longer you put it off.
If the house is too big, hit a floor at a time, or clean all the bathrooms (for example) on Tuesdays.
5. Identify your Trouble Spots
Determine how you're going to get your problem area cleaned up.
Do you need any special cleaning products? Is soap scum or mold and mildew taking over the bath? Select the tools you'll need, and who you can assign the task to.
6. Get Help
Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Tuesday, 5 March 2013