Expert Advice on Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning in Maine

Expert Advice on Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning in Maine

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Did you know you can get sick from ice cubes?

It’s a scary thought.

Ice cubes can be contaminated with food poisoning bacteria.

Since ice produced by your ice maker will be consumed, the ice machine is considered a food contact surface area. Following manufacturer’s instructions, clean and sanitize it at least once a month. Cleaning will remove scale/lime build-up and other mineral deposits and sanitizing will remove algae and slime growth.

Many times, maintenance on ice makers is overlooked for more pressing tasks. There are a few simple procedures that can keep an ice maker functioning for much longer than when left alone.
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Tradesman and blogging…really?

I really had to sell the concept of a blog to my team and explain the importance of having one. Our company is full of men and the only excitement about technology has to do with compressors and new ultra efficient technology.  That is all fantastic, but as only one of two females and as the Marketing Manager, I get excited about technology that has to do with smartphones and Adobe software. YouTube, Facebook and a Blog are right up my ally, but a far stretch for most plumbers and heating tradesman.
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