Being a property or facility manager is a career that requires wearing several hats. You must be informed of current trends and regulations in various fields directly related to managing properties such as plumbing, HVAC, electrical, fire safety, OSHA, and waste removal regulations. Plumbing is often at the top of the priority list for property […]

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Backflow Prevention Certification in Lee and Collier County

Backflow, or the unwanted reversal of water flow, can be a serious health risk and embarrassing inconvenience. Backflow must be addressed by a qualified technician as it can introduce hazardous contaminants like pesticides and other human waste into your potable water supply. This holds true for both residential backflow prevention as well as commercial backflow […]

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Regulations, permits, and building code requirements are some of the biggest reasons to hire a professional instead of attempting to install or repair plumbing problems yourself. Many homeowners don’t realize the headache that can result from having to navigate the permitting system, and can quickly find themselves frustrated with what they thought would be a […]

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Yes! Homes require a lot of routine maintenance in order to keep things in good working order — this is especially important if you plan on selling your home some day and wish to preserve its value. Because of this, service agreements are extremely beneficial to homeowners and property managers here in Southwest Florida. Often […]

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Avoid a sewage system horror story and think twice before you flush your disposable wipes. Lately, repeated headlines in the news about horrific septic system disasters illustrate that “flushable” disposable wipes are not, in fact, safely flushable. For example, the 15-ton “fatberg” dislodged from a London sewer last fall was “caked in grease and fortified […]

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Sewage pumps and lift stations are used for pumping sewage or wastewater from a low elevation to a higher one, especially when the use of gravity conveyance is hindered by the fact that you can’t dig down very far here in Southwest Florida (or if the source’s initial elevation isn’t sufficient for gravity flow). Often […]

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Lift stations contain pumps, valves, and electrical equipment necessary to pump water or waste-water from a low elevation to a high elevation. For example, a sewage lift station is used to pump sewage or waste-water uphill from a low-lying neighborhood to a collection system of pipes that will eventually run into a treatment facility. Lift […]

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