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Abrasive Blasting Techniques for Concrete Surfaces

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The perfect concrete surface appeals to the eye and stands out as a job well done. Perfect finishes require attention to detail and follow-up to get rid of any unwanted material that found its way into the concrete during the initial stages of construction. Luckily, exquisite concrete surfaces are within your reach if you are willing to subject the surface to abrasive blasting.  During the process, skilled personnel blow abrasive media over the concrete surface to remove unwanted material and smoothen the surface. Read More»

Why Timber Export Pallets Are a Sustainable Solution for Any Business

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At the rate at which globalisation is happening, international trade is now much easier than it ever has been. And with this reality in mind, it is notable that most of the items people come into contact with, be it food, beverages, clothing, electronics and so on, have been transported via pallet from their point of origin. So if you are looking to export your products, one of the first decisions that you need to make is the material you prefer for your pallets. Read More»

The Advantages Of Choosing PVC Doors For Your Public Bathrooms

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A public bathroom might be a decidedly utilitarian facility, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put some serious thought into the fixtures and fittings placed within in. Choosing the wrong materials for flooring, wall coverings and other necessary components can make your bathroom harder to maintain and clean, and generally make your bathroom less pleasant for your customers and/or employees to use. The importance of choosing the right materials for a new public bathroom also applies to its doors, and a conventional timber door usually isn’t the best choice. Read More»

How Recycled Bricks Can Add Character to Your Building

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Whether you are thinking about building an entirely new house, adding a small home extension or just repairing a damaged wall, you will need to budget carefully. It is easy for project costs to spiral when the unexpected happens and the job becomes larger or more complex than you expected. Before you know what is happening, the planned budget is long forgotten, and your bills are mounting. If you want to find a way to manage your material costs so that you can still finish your project within budget, then the best way to do that is by visiting a reclamation and timber salvage yard and looking for some recycled bricks to incorporate into your project design. Read More»

Three Critical Features for Efficient Spiral Drainage Tubing

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Proper drainage in both residential and commercial property is essential. It will prevent pooling of stormwater on the pertinent outdoor space, which could cause damage to structures such as concrete driveways, parking lots and general landscaping. Moreover, the redirection of water limits the risk of flooding during wet seasons. One of the beneficial features in an effective drainage system is spiral tubing. This structure can handle high volumes of water, and it can act either as a culvert or simple drainage channel. Read More»

Don't Do Anything I Wooden Do: How to Select the Right Timber Packaging

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Whether you’re shipping expensive industrial equipment, high-value antiques or product samples, you’re going to want to ensure your packaging solutions suit your needs.  Timber packaging is low-cost and highly efficient - and there are a number of different options after you’ve chosen to ship in timber, too.  Here are some things you may wish to consider when making your choice. Will I Need to Access My Shipment? After packaging, will you need to access your product? Read More»

What Do I Need to Know about Placing Culvert Pipes on My Homestead?

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When you think about culverts and culvert pipes, you probably think of pipes that are already in place on industrial sites or in driveways. If you have recently purchased land and plan on homesteading, you may find yourself on the construction and labour end of placing those same pipes on your own land. What you may not know is how to get started and a few key points about the culvert pipes themselves. Read More»

Pros and Cons of Using PVC Pipes For Your Commercial Property

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When you need new pipes for your commercial property, such as for waste management or drainage purposes, you have a few options to choose from. One good option is with PVC pipe, or plastic piping. While there are quite a few benefits to using PVC pipe, there are also some drawbacks to be aware of. Pro: PVC lasts a long time One of the main benefits of choosing PVC pipe is that this type of durable plastic lasts a long time. Read More»

First Time Buyers: Understanding Plasterboards and Their Various Applications

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Are you looking for a fast yet reliable way of setting up the interior walls when building your house? Well, you can conveniently deviate from the traditional, time-consuming method of interior wall construction by using plasterboard. Plasterboard (also called wallboard or sheetrock) is an interior wall construction alternative made using a plaster of gypsum that has been sandwiched between thick paper sheets. Plasterboard is measured to fit according to the dimensions in your house. Read More»

Why You Should Invest In A CNC Milling Machine: An Essential For The Metal Fabrication Industry

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A few decades ago, manual operated milling machines were a staple of the metal fabrication industry. These manual machines did the job of cutting up unique and complex shapes from metal, which has always been essential in the metal fabrication industry. However, as the industry has developed, there comes a need for quicker and more efficient milling. A CNC milling machine is the ideal option for the metal fabrication industry. Read More»