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Tunnel Of Love: The Pros And Cons Of Using Corrugated Steel Pipes For Farm Culverts

Posted by on Jul 7, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Ensuring proper water drainage is one of the most important aspects of any successful farming operation, and installing culverts on your land can be an easy and extremely efficient way of directing water around and away from your property. However, when it comes to choosing the materials your culverts are made from, you have a number of options, ranging from cheap and simple uPVC piping to the enormous durability of poured concrete. One of the most popular materials used for culverts is corrugated steel, and pre-fabricated corrugated steel...

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Three Demolition Options for Commercial and Industrial Buildings

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you are planning on establishing a new commercial or industrial building in the same site as an existing one, demolition is unavoidable. In theory, the process might seem simple and straightforward; after all, the end goal is to collapse and eliminate the structure. However, in practical circumstances, you will have to consider aspects such as the environmental effects of the demolition work, potential hazards and the clean-up process. Therefore, it is crucial to engage a knowledgeable demolition contractor to create and execute a safe and...

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What to Do If You Cannot Afford a Metal Roof: Compromises and Ideas

Posted by on Feb 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Metal roofs last for generations, but in exchange for longevity, metal roofs typically have a higher price tag than traditional asphalt tile roofs. If you want a metal roof but aren’t sure that you can afford one, there are compromises you can make. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Opt for aluminium coating. Instead of installing a new metal roof, you can add a metal coating to your existing roof, or if you like, you can even put on a new asphalt tile roof and add metal coating over that. In particular, you can buy cans of aluminium...

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Why Hiring Mining Equipment Can Be Better Than Purchasing It

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

When you run a mine or handle earthmoving jobs of any sort, you may be considering renting the equipment needed or may think about purchasing it outright. Each of these arrangements may have their own advantages, but usually renting the equipment needed can be the better choice, for a variety of reasons. Note a few factors to consider to help you decide if you should hire mining equipment versus purchasing it. 1. What is your current financial situation? Even if you finance the purchase of mining equipment, you may still need to come up with...

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3 Benefits Spiral Ducting Offers HVAC Systems

Posted by on Dec 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

HVAC systems are responsible for regulating ventilation, humidity and temperatures within buildings, and use as much as 40% of the total electricity in commercial buildings. To lower energy costs and improve energy efficiency, some property owners are switching from traditional ducting to spiral ducting. Here are 3 ways that spiral ducting can improve HVAC systems. High Industry Air-Leakage Standards Spiral ducting is able to meet higher industry air-leakage standards than standard ducting often found in HVAC systems. Impaired system...

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4 Accessories You May Need for Your Garden Shed

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

It may be wise to identify the accessories that you may need in order to get maximum use from the garden shed that you are planning to buy. That advance knowledge may be helpful in enabling you to buy those accessories at the same time when you buy the shed. This article discusses some accessories that you may need when you install a garden shed in your yard at home. Ramps Ramps are very useful if you will keep wheeled equipment in your shed. For instance, you may have a lawnmower that may be too heavy for you to lift onto a raised shed floor...

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4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Getting A Flue Pipe For Your Heat Stove or Chimney

Posted by on Nov 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

A flue pipe is an integral part of your chimney or heat stove. It’s installed inside the stack either as a liner or as part of the chimney. Whether you’re renovating your heat stove/chimney or building one from scratch, it important to make sure a flue pipe is included in the design for a number of reasons: Maximizing energy conservation A flue pipe helps to maximize the re-absorption of energy back into the house. The metallic pipe absorbs heat escaping via the hot air coming from your stove. This heat is then passed onto your...

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Ceramic Tiles: Selecting the Ideal Flooring Product

Posted by on Oct 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

There are diverse building materials that are suitable for installation as residential flooring. One of the popular choices for homeowners is the ceramic tile. This material is strong and durable, so you will enjoy long-term service. The flooring will be relatively easy to repair when part of the surface is damaged. Ideally, you will only need to replace the damaged pieces to restore performance. In addition, ceramic tiles are available in an assortment of styles, colours and sizes, so you will find products that suit your needs. Here are...

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Five Tips to Lower Your Office’s Printing Costs

Posted by on Oct 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Digital printing in your office can get expensive, but luckily, there are a range of ways to cut costs. If you are tired of high ink, paper and printing costs, take a look at these ideas. 1. Share info digitally The best way to save money on digital printing costs is by printing less. Instead of handing your employees memos, email them. Instead of giving out paper agendas for minutes, send them digitally and have people follow along on their tablets or laptops rather than with a packet of paper. Try to get your employees involved as well. The...

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Enhance the Reliability of High Speed Roller Doors with These Design Additions

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

High speed rapid roll doors are popular types of doors that quickly open and close. The consideration with these is usually safety as well as speed. High speed roller doors from companies like M.T.I.-Qualos Pty Ltd are naturally made from lighter materials. This is to ensure that the roll up and down mechanism isn’t strained and slowed by the weight of the doors. These types of doors are found in commercial buildings, fire stations, some storage facilities and even residential places. High speed rapid roll doors can be operated...

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