Seawalls – What Do You Need To Know?

Posted on: 5 October 2018

While owning a seafront property is a considerable investment, it does present some challenges that you would not have with a regular property. Thus, it is best to know what some of the challenges that this type of lot will pose beforehand, so you can take the necessary measures to protect your investment. One such measure is having a seawall built around the waterfront by marine contractors. If you have recently purchased a waterfront lot, here are a few of the things that you need to know about seawalls.
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Making Your Sheet Metal Fabrication More Environmentally Friendly

Posted on: 8 September 2018

Sheet metal fabrication is a business with many variables. As the work is so versatile, there are many things to think about to make sure the business operates as well as possible. One aspect you should consider to make your sheet metal fabrication run smoothly is the environmental aspect. Companies that can claim to be environmentally sustainable could attract a wider range of customers in addition to all the positive aspects they are giving to the environment.
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Safety Tips to Consider When Building a Tennis Court

Posted on: 4 June 2018

A tennis court can be a great way to get some exercise and have fun, but unfortunately, injures are always a possibility. While you're playing, the right footwear and some stretching can help you avoid falls, strains and sprains, but to be on the safe side, you may want to think about injury prevention before you build the court. Take a look at these tips.   Avoid Concrete and Grass
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Things You Need to Know About Gearbox Maintenance Before You Buy Heavy Construction Equipment

Posted on: 4 June 2018

Heavy construction equipment is a huge investment, and to reduce repairs and downtime, you need to keep an eye on the condition of your equipment. In particular, you may want to take special care of the gearbox. Here are some tips to help you. Examine Fluids When Buying Used Equipment If you're buying used construction equipment, take some time to look at the gearbox fluid. If possible, check under the equipment for leaks.
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