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Fish Charter Booking Tips

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Catching fish is not only a hobby to some people but an enterprising entity as well. A fishing charter will give you the best fishing experience whether you have kids or are a first timer. Do a little research before grabbing a charter to make it a memorable experience of saltwater fishing. You can choose to spend the next five years trying to become a fishing pro or you could use some simple tips to choose the best charter for an easy fishing experience. Read More»

Want A Brilliant Lawn Next Summer? Autumn Is The Time To Start Top-Dressing

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Summer is finally over and autumn is in full swing. As the temperature starts to cool, now is the perfect time to think about how to achieve a great looking lawn next summer. As a first-time homeowner, each season brings with it a set of tasks you can do to make sure your garden and grass looks amazing year-round. Consider these pointers about how top dressing your lawn now will lead to an envy-worthy lawn next summer. Read More»

Understanding the Various Kinds of Water Heater Anodes Rods

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Anode rods in water heaters can be made using different materials. The rods rely on a chemical process called electrolysis, which leads to the deterioration of the anode rod instead of the metallic material used to make the tank. Essentially, the rods are made of sacrificial metals that draw corrosion towards them at the expense of the other material around. Once the sacrificial metal has been fully depleted, then the corrosion effects extend straight to the material used to make your heater. Read More»

Important Tips for Using a Glycol System for Your Restaurant

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A glycol system is needed when you have a beer tap that is connected to kegs or storage containers with any length of hose. The glycol is compressed so that it becomes cool and is then circulated in a tube that sits next to the hoses that dispense the beer, keeping the beer cool as it travels from the keg to the tap. Without a glycol system, your tap beer can actually be lukewarm by the time it arrives, even if the kegs are only a few feet or meters away. Read More»

PT Risk Assessments

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As a personal trainer and fitness instructor in a commercial or private gym, you’ll be required to perform workplace risk assessments on a regular basis, both for your classes and as part of a General Managers role, should you be adopting various occupations within the company. Performing these assessments not only ensures the safety of staff and members, but it also covers you in case of an accident and will be a basic requirement of your fitness and business insurance. Read More»