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5 Reasons You Should Opt For Plastic Joiners Instead of Metal

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you’re assembling framed structures, you need joiner fittings to connect metal piping and complete your product design. This applies to light fabrications such as bird cages, shelves, signage frames or queue stands, among others. In the process, you can choose to go with metal joiners or plastic joiners. In this article, learn why using plastic joiners is the better option by far. They are easier to install & dismantle First off, plastic joiners are much easier to work with. To install them, all you need to do is hammer them in...

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Lifting Equipment That Every Contractor Needs

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you’re a contractor that ever works at an elevated height, you know that you need the right equipment to protect your materials and to keep you safe as well. Today there are many pieces of lifting equipment that are meant for certain materials you may use often when on the job and that can help to keep you more secure than a standard ladder. Before you visit your next jobsite that will require any type of work at any height, note the following lifting equipment you may want to invest in for yourself. 1. Drywall lifts Most contractors...

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Why You Should Consider Wood-look Tiles Instead of Hardwood Flooring

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s a wonder that more people who want wooden floors don’t consider wood-look tiles instead. The benefits of installing these are numerous. Read this article, and you might never consider old-fashioned hardwood flooring again. Fewer Maintenance Issues Wooden flooring is pretty tough, but that doesn’t mean that isn’t hard to maintain. Scratches, cracks, and chips can occur all too easily, and you’ll need to commit to relatively regular cleaning, refinishing, and resealing if you’re going to keep the floor...

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Timber Decking: How the Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) Affects Installation

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Bushfires are an integral part of Australia’s environment due to a combination of high daily temperatures and the flammability of the vegetation within Australia. In January 2013, there was a time when Australian firefighters were tackling more than 100 bushfires, which were spread over thousands of hectares of land. When considering home renovation projects, like timber decking, it is crucial that you spend the time to understand what the bushfire attack level (BAL) is for your place of residence, which will determine the correct...

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Important Factors to Consider When Choosing Plastic Fabrication

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

During production processes, you may need to choose a method of plastic fabrication, either to invest in the equipment to do this onsite or to have this work contracted out. It’s vital that you  understand the different methods of plastic fabrication so you can choose the right method according to your needs and the type of plastic you use for your production. Note some important factors about common plastic fabrication so you can choose the right method for your production. 1. Plastic welding Welding is often thought as being used...

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Metal Fabrication – Comparing Laser Cutting And Water Jet Cutting Methods

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many businesses—as well as a number of private individuals—require the use of metal that has been made into sections that are workable. These sections have been punched, cut or shaped by the manufacturer to allow the customer to obtain specific pieces of metal that are used for business works, or private projects. There are two main methods used when cutting metal—laser cutting and water jet cutting. This article examines both methods, and highlights some pros and cons of each method. Laser Cutting As the name suggests, a highly cohesive...

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Surprising Benefits of Using Stainless Steel in the Construction Industry

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Stainless steel used for construction of new buildings has many advantages. If you’re a contractor or are planning on having a new building constructed and can choose your own materials, consider some of those surprising benefits here. 1. Steel can be a healthy choice of materials Some building materials need chemicals added to them when used in construction, and materials like wood can hold mold and other unhealthy properties. Steel however doesn’t typically need any chemical additives when used in the construction process and...

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Sewing projects for scrap pieces of material

Posted by on Nov 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a dab hand with a sewing machine or a needle and thread, it is likely that you have pieces of scrap fabric from other projects lying around your house. If these pieces of fabric have accumulated in a bedroom drawer but you don’t know what to do with them, now is the time to set up your sewing machine, and get to work on some new craft projects. These projects can all be completed in a short amount of time and are ideal for relaxing after work or even for projects you can complete with your kids on the weekends. Give your...

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Why You Should Use Stainless Steel Water Tanks

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

If you are considering using a water tank to collect rain water for drinking, cooking and bathing, you will need to consider the various materials used to make these tanks. Plastic is common because it is easy to install, but it is not always the safest to use due to the toxins in plastic. A better option is to use stainless steel water tanks. For one thing, they are one of the least expensive types of water tanks you can get. There are many other good reasons why you should choose stainless steel. Strength Steel is the strongest material...

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Thinking Of Hiring A Skip Bin? Here Is What To Know

Posted by on Oct 31, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are planning to embark on renovations to your house, you should be ready to deal with a lot of waste as well as clutter. Reasonable amounts of waste that come from small projects are easily to deal with as they can be swept away and thrown into the trash. However, bigger projects will require bigger trash disposal solutions. One of the most convenient items to use for larger projects is a skip hire. These heavy-duty containers are typically available for hire as a regular homeowner would not need one on a day-to-day basis. You also do...

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