How to Stay Open for Business When Putting Piles Around Your Commercial Building

Posted on: 11 March 2019

If you own a brick-and-mortar business, you have to maintain the quality of your building, and if your foundation is struggling, you may need to contact a piling contractor. However, you may be wondering how you can keep your shop open whilst getting the work done. Check out these tips. 1. Talk with Contractors About the Process Before selecting a contractor, talk with them about their work process. Let them know that you don't want to close down shop, and ask them how they can minimise disruption and work around your business.
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What to Know About Cold Weather Glass Repairs

Posted on: 9 February 2019

During colder weather, homeowners can experience various issues with their windows and household glass. These issues can range from cracks in the glass to heat loss and condensation build up. There are misconceptions that these issues cannot be repaired during the colder months of the year, and glass repairs need to wait until there is warmer weather. Though this is only a myth, there are a few things you need to know about cold weather window repairs and other repairs with glass throughout your home.
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Reasons You Need an Electrician for Van Conversion Projects

Posted on: 18 January 2019

One of the popular options for university students and young adults is to travel during school breaks or after graduation. There are several ways to do this, but an increasingly popular way is to convert a van to a full-time living option. If you are considering this option for yourself, then you may already know you will need to make several upgrades, including electrical upgrades. Before you get started, here are some of the reasons you need an electrician for the van conversion project.
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The importance of electrical equipment testing and tagging

Posted on: 3 January 2019

Businesses using any type of electrical equipment on a regular basis are required to have this equipment tested regularly by the government. Non-compliance can result in heavy fines and other consequences affecting business operation. There are different testing and tagging requirements based upon the industry you are operating in. However, even if it is not required, you should ensure that all the electrical equipment used in your business is tested regularly for various reasons.
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