Building A New Deck? Choose Your Materials Wisely

Posted on: 25 May 2017

When done right, your deck can be an extension of your home. Need a space to entertain? You can use your deck. Want to get away from the chaos taking place in your home? You can head outside to the deck. The more planning and consideration that goes into your deck design, the more you will use it and the more you will enjoy it. Make sure you're choosing the right design and decking supplies for your needs. [Read More]

How Businesses Can Protect Employees From Electrical Hazards On Scaffolds

Posted on: 30 March 2017

Fiberglass is a material that is safer than other scaffolding options, such as steel, because it is not a conductor of electricity. Therefore, it is a better option for situations where there are a lot of electrical hazards. Be Mindful Of One's Surroundings All workers need to examine their surroundings before climbing up a scaffold to make sure that there are no hazards, including electrical hazards. A common hazard a worker may face is overhead power lines, which may need to be de-energized if the worker must work near the power lines. [Read More]

Three Tips For Made-To-Order Hydraulic Hoses

Posted on: 10 March 2017

As of right now, when you purchase hydraulic hoses, you might just purchase pre-cut hoses. However, did you know that there are companies out there that will make made-to-order hydraulic hoses according to your specifications? Using one of these services and having your hydraulic hoses made just for you can be completely worth your while.  1. Ensure It's the Proper Length Even though hydraulic hoses come in many different lengths, it can sometimes be tough to find one that is the proper length for whatever purpose you might need it for. [Read More]

Four Types Of Sanders Typically Used For Refinishing Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Hardwood has a certain charm and beauty not often captured by other flooring materials. Natural hardwood is also durable and is one of the best flooring options to retain heat. Eventually most hardwood floors end up needing a bit, or maybe a lot, of TLC. Resurfacing your hardwood floors usually involves the use of specifically designed sanders. Since the purchase price of some machines tend to be on the high side, some contractors might consider renting the appropriate equipment for occasional use. [Read More]