4 Benefits Of Stud Welding

Posted on: 6 December 2017

Stud welding, as the name suggests, is a process to weld studs to a piece of metal. The process is designed to create a more durable finished product, but it is only one type of welding process, and there are many from which to choose, making it difficult to fully understand the pros and cons of each welding method. If you aren't familiar with stud welding, you must check out these four benefits of stud welding.
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3 Bits Of Information To Keep In Your Commercial AC Maintenance Log

Posted on: 1 November 2017

During the hottest times of the year, the air conditioning system you have installed in your place of business gives you a comfortable climate where your employees and customers can feel comfortable. However, too many commercial business owners neglect their air conditioning system until it is obvious there is something wrong. Most professionals recommend that business owners keep a maintenance log for your commercial AC. This doesn't have to be a complicated thing that takes a lot of your time to be effective.
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Allergy Sufferers May Find Relief With Decorative Concrete Flooring

Posted on: 1 October 2017

For those who suffer from upper respiratory problems, such as asthma or allergies, the indoor air quality of your home is typically a top-priority. Fortunately, there are several construction options that can help you have a healthier indoor air environment, such as installing an air purifier and/or a humidifier. But did you know is that concrete flooring is also an excellent allergy-free option? Interior decorative concrete flooring can help homeowners who have respiratory problems have fresher and cleaner interior air.
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Three Mistakes To Avoid When Choosing Replacement Windows

Posted on: 3 August 2017

Having new windows installed in your home, whether from necessity or simply to update the look, can be exciting. Yet, these windows are a major investment. The following guide can help you avoid some major mistakes. #1: Ignoring energy ratings You have many choices when it comes to modern windows and energy efficiency. The most popular option is insulated windows. These generally have two or more layers of glass with air or gas trapped between them to provide insulation.
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