Big Sky Environmental

Big Sky Environmental, a solid waste facility located in Adamsville, AL, maintains a fleet of tractor/trailers and rear dumps to handle large waste disposal projects. Open from 3am-5pm Monday through ... Show more

Big Sky Environmental, a solid waste facility located in Adamsville, AL, maintains a fleet of tractor/trailers and rear dumps to handle large waste disposal projects. Open from 3am-5pm Monday through Friday, and from 6am-12pm on Saturdays, Big Sky Environmental offers disposal services to municipalities, industrial customers and waste haulers from throughout the region. Hide

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What is the best way to remove a very slight amount of mold on shower grout? What is the BEST sealer to use for re-sealing the cleaned grout?
Nov 3, 2014
This is a spot where cracks often develop. After cleaning with a a mildewcide, check carefully for a crack. If the grout is cracked, open the crack up a little wider with a grout saw (inexpensive at a ... read more
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Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
I highly recommend getting the opinion of a local arborist.  If you have trouble finding one check with your local tree nursery or Botanical Garden for a referral.  We have used one before and it was ... read more

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