Five Aluminum Products Operating In Your Daily Life

Posted on: 7 November 2018

Aluminum was a good find when it was discovered. It took a while to turn it into a usable metal product, but since then (a mere one hundred years ago), it has become one of the most common and most widely used metals. If you stop to look around, you should be able to spot at least five aluminum products that operate within your daily life. The short list of the most common products, made by companies like Garelick Steel, follows. [Read More]

Call A Professional Plumber If Your Septic Field Starts To Smell

Posted on: 4 October 2018

The septic tank of a home needs to collect a large amount of waste during its life. And when your septic field is running smoothly, there should be no issues with smells in your yard. Unfortunately, sharp smells of sewage may require you to contact a professional plumber to manage. Nasty Smells May Indicate A Septic Problem If you are in your backyard near your septic field and you notice a nasty smell – like sewage – you need to try to track it to its source right away. [Read More]

Purchased Some Quick Connect Couplers? 4 Industries That Use Them

Posted on: 29 June 2018

If you purchase some quick connect couplers, you may be surprised at the different industries that use these couplers. This way if you have some couplers left over, you will know who will be able to use them so you can put the couplers to good use instead of wasting money. To get started, below are four industries that that use quick connect couplers. Manufacturing Companies Manufacturing companies often use quick connect couplers. [Read More]

4 Vital Questions To Ask Before Purchasing Used Scaffolding Equipment

Posted on: 25 May 2018

Buying scaffolding equipment often requires a large budget--especially if you need a substantial amount of scaffolding for a large project. One way that many construction companies can often save on their scaffolding needs is by purchasing second-hand/used scaffolding equipment for their job sites. Before you go this route, however, it's important that you know the right questions to ask. This way, you can weed out potentially dangerous equipment. What Is the Original Manufacturer & Date? [Read More]