Plastic Wheel Stops Are A Positive Alternative To Concrete

Posted on: 18 February 2015

For any business, efficiency and safety are key. This is true not only for the inside areas of a business, but also the outside, such as the parking lot. Wheel stops are a solution that helps efficiently control traffic and increase safety. Typically, when you think of wheel stops, you think of the concrete option. While concrete stops offer a number of benefits, they aren't the only selection that can be advantageous.
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Choosing The Right Equipment For Your Handling Needs

Posted on: 11 February 2015

When you own a warehouse or a storage facility, you have to be able to move and store large quantities of material. Properly storing materials will depend on what sorts of materials you plan to store. For example, if you are storing grains, fruits, or other materials, you will need food-grade materials. If you are moving rock, metal, or other heavy materials, you will need equipment that is up to the weight of the materials.
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Garage Door Troubleshooting Tips For Homeowners

Posted on: 9 February 2015

Garage doors break from time to time, and while some garage door problems are easy DIY fixes, others are not. Understanding the symptoms will help you troubleshoot your door, and may give you a sense of when it's time to call a professional.  The Remote Won't Work, But The Batteries Aren't Dead If your remote control seems to have stopped working but you've replaced the batteries and know that they're fully charged, there could be one of a couple things going wrong.
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How To Keep Hardwood Flooring Costs Down

Posted on: 3 February 2015

Hardwood flooring can increase your home value. However, if the main motivation for getting hardwood flooring is economic, you'll also want to find ways to keep your hardwood flooring costs as low as possible. On the high end, it can cost over $3,000 to have hardwood floors added to your home. But, if you are careful, you can have this price reduced by about a thousand dollars. Also, the costs of adding hardwood floors can be higher if your home needs more renovations to get it prepared for a hardwood floor installation.
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