Stainless Steel Sinks

November 30th, 2010 marketing
Filed Under Info, Products | Comments Off

Stainless steel is a popular material for kitchen sinks, they have a non porous surface, versatile finishes, and are easy to clean.

When considering a new stainless sink you will want to take a look at which mounting would be best, first is undermount, this …

Helpful Tips on Maintaining Your Septic Tank

November 23rd, 2010 marketing
Filed Under Helpful Hints & Tips | Comments Off

Spring is coming up on us quickly and now is a good time to do a little maintenance on your septic system. If you live in a rural area you most likely have a septic system instead of a sewer connection, taking care of your system is not difficult if you follow some basic guidelines.

For a family of four with a 1000 gallon tank experts say yours should be pumped after 3-5 years of full time use, some can go longer but this would be the general rule to keep your system running smoothly.  Do not ever attempt to open the septic tank yourself the gases and bacteria are extremely dangerous.

Things to remember inside the house would be to never use the toilet as a garbage disposal,  you should never flush things like cat litter, cigarette butts and filters, paper towels, or facial tissues as these will clog your system a lot faster than you would imagine. Do not over use heavy cleaners as this kills bacteria in the septic system so the solids do not break down as well.

Find your Bradford White Water Heater Model Number

November 22nd, 2010 marketing
Filed Under Helpful Hints & Tips | Comments Off

We have quite a few calls from our customers trying to locate their model number on their Bradford White water heater, be it for replacement parts or warranty information. Today We will talk about how you can easily locate this on your water heater, and check back tomorrow for information on what is covered under warranty.

Bradford Whites model/serial number is located on the rating plate which is an adhesive sticker located in the top center or the warning label, in most cases this will be right below the manufacturing facility address.

Got Questions? KSCDirect Has Answers

November 11th, 2010 marketing
Filed Under Info | Comments Off

Do you have questions regarding a product that you just can’t seem to get answered?

Have you contacted another company just to get the run around?

Or been asked for a part number when you are not sure what you need?

Give our knowledgeable sales people a …

Radiant Underfloor Heating

November 8th, 2010 marketing
Filed Under Info, Products | Comments Off

Radiant underfloor heating is a way of heating a house through the floor. Underfloor heating uses heat radiation, when heat transfers from warmer places to cooler places this is called radiation. When you stand close to a wood stove, fireplace, or grill the heat you feel coming from it is called radiation.

The floor will absorb the heat from underneath then slowly give off that heat. Anything touching the floor will also warm, such as your feet, mats, walls and furniture.

There are two types of underfloor heating. Water or hot water which pumps water through pipes and Electric which uses electricity to heat the coils.