3 Tips To Prevent Your Construction Equipment From Being Stolen

25 May 2017
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You have probably invested a lot of your company's money in construction equipment. You do what you can to maintain the equipment and keep it in good repair, since you want for it to last as long as possible. Additionally, you probably want to do what you can to prevent it from being stolen. Unfortunately, construction equipment theft can be more common than you might think, but if you follow these tips you can help prevent this theft. Read More 

A Quick Guide To Spin And Friction Welding Plastics

11 May 2017
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If your first instinct when a breakable item lives up to its name and well, breaks, is to reach for the wood or superglue, even though you know that the repair might not last for very long, it is a good idea to learn about welding plastic. Given that there are numerous techniques available and some of those techniques are particularly appropriate techniques for beginners, you are likely to benefit from the information shared below about two common and useful examples of plastic welding. Read More 

Three Benefits of Using a Rental Service for Construction Equipment

30 March 2017
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If you are considering starting a contracting construction company, you will need to have access to numerous pieces of equipment. Unfortunately, you may be assuming that you will need to purchase these pieces of equipment. However, renting them can be beneficial for a number of reasons that may be important to your new company. Affordability It is no secret that large pieces of construction machinery can be extraordinarily expensive to purchase. Read More 

Restaurant Owners: Read This Before You Buy Your Next Grease Trap

12 March 2017
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Do you own a restaurant and have determined that it is time to replace your grease trap? If so, it is important not to rush into the decision. There are several factors that you need to keep in mind. Compliance You are likely aware that your commercial kitchen has to be compliant with the laws in your jurisdiction to avoid problems. The first thing you need to keep in mind is ensuring that the new grease trap meets the compliance codes for your area. Read More 

Keeping the Dumpster in Good Condition: 3 Tips to Preventing Your Dumpster from Rusting

20 January 2017
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Regardless of whether you are renting a dumpster for residential or commercial purposes, you are responsible for maintaining the condition of the dumpster as you received it. Your contract will normally state that you will be fined or charged for any damages that the dumpster sustained when in your hands. One of the most common damages that you need to look out for is rusting. The bottom edges and corners of the dumpster is particularly vulnerable to rusting. Read More