The power of the sun is nothing short of incredible: it produces 430 quintillion Joules of energy each hour. The amount of energy humans use in a year is 410 quintillion Joules! If we can harness even a fraction of this, we can substantially reduce our dependency on other, less sustainable forms of energy.
Technology continues to advance, helping us capture this powerful - and renewable - resource. Keeping solar panels clean ensures they do this as effectively and efficiently as possible.
When you own or run retirement and apartment communities, the list of “to do’s” never ends! There is always a project, a repair, an installation, or a tenant issue to handle. Time is one of the most important assets you have - and there is never enough!
Using professional window washing services can help free up more of this valuable resource so you can do what you do best: serve your residents and offer a beautiful property for them to enjoy.
When homebuyers are looking at properties, a common statement is, “Wow, look at all those windows! This natural light is amazing.” Definitely a big selling point! And when homeowners gaze out at the scenery, at their backyard gardens, at their children playing on the lawn, at the sunrise or sunset, they thank themselves for making such a wise decision.
But when it comes time to wash those gorgeous windows… well, they may not be thanking themselves any longer. Now they have to keep those windows clean and clear! It can be a big job. Luckily, there is a solution that can easily tackle the challenge: pressure washing.
What do sweet potatoes and yams have to do with pressure washing and power washing? Read on to find out — and to learn which method will get your home or business sparkling clean.
Which is Which?
Many people use the terms sweet potato and yam interchangeably. They’re the same thing, right? A rich yellowy-orange treat that tastes pretty delicious with some butter and salt or maybe some melted marshmallows around the holidays. But the truth is that these tubers are not the same at all; they are two completely different and distinct foods.