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Tips to Create Space in Studio Apartments with Used Wine Crates

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

To most graduates, moving out of their parents' homes and finding their freedom ranks high among their priorities. However, with rent rates in major towns at an all time high, settling for smaller studio apartments might be a more realistic option. Despite the small size of most studio apartments, a fresh graduate can make the most out of the limited space with used wine crates. This article offers unique tips that graduates can apply inside their new residence to create more space using old wine crates.

31 January 2017

Using mesh fencing to raise your chickens or ducks

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Raising chickens or ducks can be a really rewarding experience. Unfortunately, though, chickens and ducks — especially when they are chicks and ducklings, respectively — are extremely vulnerable to vicious predators such as wild cats and foxes. As such, it is imperative that you construct an enclosure to prevent them from the outside world. Mesh fencing or other forms of wire fencing are ideal, as they prevent animals like ducks and chickens from escaping, while, at the same time, preventing their larger predators from breaching the perimeter.

24 January 2017

Water Pump Buying Guide

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Water pumps can be used for several different purposes, some personal and others commercial or even agricultural. Make sure that you fully understand the purpose of a water pump before you buy it and find that it will not help you in what you are doing. Water Pump Purposes Water pumps are used for moving large amounts of water. You can use them periodically like if your basement floods or you can use them more regularly to water your lawn.

23 January 2017

Why Your Stainless Steel Handrails Should Be Blasted With Dry Ice

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Fabricators usually do everything in their power to deliver stainless steel products, such as handrails, that are free from any surface corrosion. However, some surface finishes, such as ground stainless steel surfaces, may develop corrosion spots during prolonged storage. This article discusses why you should ask the fabricator to use dry ice blasting to remove those corrosion spots before the handrails are installed. The Process is Fast Dry ice blasting entails releasing pressurised carbon dioxide onto a surface from which contaminants need to be removed.

23 January 2017

Add On Packages That Differentiate Skip Bin Service Providers

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Hiring of skip bins is something homeowners can find very helpful in life. Service providers have become many because of the business opportunity. Therefore, it has become even more difficult for homeowner to differentiate the many service providers available. To most, a skip bin is a skip bin and there is nothing much to it. However, there is a lot of competition in the industry. As a result, service providers are giving add-on services in an effort to attract clientele.

23 January 2017

How PVC doors will benefit you and your home

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

After a few years, you may think of upgrading certain parts of your house to make it look more beautiful and increase its value. One part that you can change is the door. Doors play an important part in your house as they offer protection from intruders and also unfavourable weather conditions. They are also the first thing your guests will see when they arrive at your house. Thus, it is important to pick the perfect door.

28 December 2016

Benefits of Using Induction Pipe Bending Technology

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Induction pipe bending is the process by which pipes made of materials that conduct electricity are bent. The bending process involves utilizing high-frequency induction heating on a tube by exposing it to eddy currents induced by a fluctuating electromagnetic field. The result facilitates the much-required precision control of pipe and tube steel bending. Uniform heating is regulated via a computer controlled system and is monitored via infrared cameras. The bending technology was originally introduced in the 1960s and has since become a significant benefit to a multitude of industries that use it.

12 December 2016

A Sound Deal

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Moving to a house that's closer to the city centre presents a unique kind of challenge. City centres have a reputation for noisy hustles and bustles. You'll be living in an environment that's much noisier than your current neighbourhood. Perhaps the way to get around this situation is to ensure that you move into a house that has (nearly) perfect soundproofing. How do you do this? Tag along to learn more.

5 December 2016

Use Timber Salvage to Give Your Bathroom a Facelift

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Reclaimed wood is growing in popularity. It's making its way from the basement bars to elegant master bathrooms. Utilized on mirror frames, accent walls, vanities, flooring and even tubs, timber salvage adds rich texture and warmth. Additionally, it's a wonderful contrast to the normal bathroom materials such as tile, marble, granite, and glass. Unlike wood, all these materials can leave the space feeling cold. Using reclaimed timber in a room that's full of potential steam and splashes needs some extra consideration.

2 December 2016

Why You Should Think About Getting a Metal Fence Powder Coated

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If you have a metal fence around your yard or are shopping for a metal fence, you might want to think about getting it powder coated. This refers to a type of paint or coating that is applied in a powder form and then adhered to the metal with an electrical current. Powder coating offers some great advantages for a metal fence versus standard metal paint; note a few of those advantages and some questions you might have about powder coating so you know if it's a good choice for your home's fence.

30 September 2016