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Stainless Steel Kitchen Counter Tops: Exploring The Pros And Cons

Posted by on Jun 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Stainless steel has been a popular counter top material in the commercial industry for many years. Over the past several years, this counter top material has become popular in the residential market as well. However, these counter top materials will not be right for everyone or every kitchen. That is why it is so important to carefully consider both the pros and cons associated with this material before deciding whether or not to install stainless steel counter tops in your kitchen. The Pros There are many unique benefits that come along with...

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5 Reasons To Use Couplings On Your Hoses

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are in the industrial industry, you probably rely on the various hoses that run throughout your plant as a major part of your day-to-day operations. One great addition is to add coupling hose fittings to your hoses. These are a few common reasons why these couplings can help with your factory hoses. 1. Make Changes Fast and Easy If you ever need to hook your hoses up to other things, or if you need to disconnect them while making repairs or doing maintenance, then you know how much of a pain it can be. With couplings in place, however,...

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How To Make Your Industrial Business Safer Through Proper Wayfinding Strategies

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

An industrial site cannot only be confusing for guests that visit the property, but it can also be confusing even to the employees that work there daily. Because of this, your company might want to hire a consultant for help with wayfinding strategies. What Is Wayfinding? Wayfinding is a term that describes the instructions people are given to help them find their way through areas, towns, businesses, and places. To some extent, wayfinding is a process that has been around since the beginning of mankind; however, the methods it uses have...

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2 Unique Ways To Use Up Your Scrap Metal

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many of the products that we use each day are made of metal components. When these products no longer work properly, they, along with the metal they contain, often find their way into landfills. If you are looking for a creative way to reduce your carbon footprint, recycling some of that scrap metal into whimsical art pieces could be a good solution. Here are two easy and unique ways you can use scrap metals to create works of art. 1. Flying insect made from old license plates. Finding a rusted, old license plate might not seem like an...

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Stabilizing Soil With Grouting Shores Up Poor Building Sites

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As the soil under a building settles over time, it can cause shifting in the building’s foundations—a potentially costly or even dangerous problem. This is why sandy soils are usually considered a bad base for building on—they are very prone to displacement, compacting, expanding, or even washing out over time. Of course, you can’t always choose the type of soil you’re going to be building on. Luckily, by grouting the soil, it’s possible to shore up many of the faults in sandy and unsuitable building sites and help...

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Why A Commercial Refrigeration Unit Is Perfect For Deer Hunters

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Deer hunting is a passion enjoyed by approximately ten million people in the United States. Not only is deer meat lean and far healthier than beef, it can also be cured and processed into many different types of delicious foods, including jerky. However, the downside to getting that big buck or doe of the season means you need to be able to store the meat as well. Unless you plan on sharing your goodies with other people, you will need to plan ahead and find a way to properly store your meat that could add up to over a hundred pounds. The...

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3 Ways To Lower Your Heating Bill

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Heating your home during the winter can be a costly expense. Many homeowners dread filling up their oil tank. It is one of the biggest expenses they will face all year. It is an unavoidable cost, but it is not one that you cannot change. There are some things you can do to make the bill a little lower. Let’s take a look at three things you should do that can help lower your heating bill. Some of these are simple things you can do yourself, while others are tasks for experts. The Oil: Stock Up When The Price Is Low The most important...

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Three Common Problems Your Gas Furnace Might Have

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When your furnace stops working, you may panic a bit. Homes cool off really quickly, and sometimes you may have to wait awhile for a repairman to come out. Here are three common problems furnaces can have and what you can do about them.  1. The pilot light goes out. This is particularly common in older furnaces, but it can happen in newer ones too. Sometimes a draft comes through and blows it out, sometimes there is dirt or debris around the intake valve, or sometimes something is wrong with your thermocouple. Check on the side of your...

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2 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid To Use Sewer Grinders

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Maintaining sewage systems can be costly, especially for municipal entities responsible for keeping sewage treatment plants running smoothly. It is inevitable that some insoluble materials will find their way into the sewer system. Children flush small toys, adults flush disposable wipes, and cloth rags can accidentally find their way into drainage pipes. These insoluble materials have a damming effect, reducing the amount of water that can travel through each pipe. Some municipal governments estimate that it costs them $3,000 each time...

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Scrap Metal Markets

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Metal is inherently recyclable. Metal in use today has been around since the stone age. Because of this, a lucrative scrap metal market currently exists. The most widely traded scrap metals are: Precious Metals:  gold, silver, platinum, palladium Non-Precious Metals:  aluminum, brass, copper, lead, stainless steel, tungsten, zinc Ferrous Metals:  steel, iron Scrap Metal Markets Scrap metal dealers purchase scrap metal from the general public, recycling dealers, contractors, small businesses, and waste haulers. You can drop off...

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