Four Purposes For Structural Steel

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Structural steel is, of course, steel used for construction of buildings. However, most people do not realize that it has more than just one purpose. It has more uses than just building skyscrapers. Here is just a sample of what structural steel is meant to do. Reinforce Foundations in Earthquake Zones Earthquakes can take down skyscrapers faster than a toddler in the midst of a temper tantrum. For that reason, buildings in earthquake zones are required to be built a certain way, including the use of structural steel in their foundations to keep the buildings stiffly erect during some of the worst earthquakes imaginable.
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Experience Future Savings With The Installation Of A New Office Heating System

Posted on: 11 May 2017

Having access to a heating system that works properly is essential when it comes to keeping your customers and employees comfortable. While you might view a new heating system as a burdensome expense, these systems can actually serve as a valuable tool to help you save money over time. Here are three simple things you can do as you install a new heating system in your commercial space to ensure you experience cost savings in the future.
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How to Make Your Own Dirt Sifter

Posted on: 26 April 2017

If you enjoy collecting stones or even searching through topsoil for treasures that were left behind, then having a dirt sifter certainly comes in handy. However, these apparatuses can be quite expensive if you look for them in stores. An alternative is to make your own dirt sifter from wire mesh, some wood, and a few screws. Follow these steps, and you'll have a dirt strainer made in an hour or two.
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Things to Consider When Transforming a Basement into a Woodworking Shop

Posted on: 3 April 2017

If you want to have a woodworking shop in your home, you aren't regulated to using your garage if you have a walk-out basement. However, there are a few important things to consider before transforming a basement into a woodworking shop. Here are a few things to consider.  1. Noise The most obvious thing to consider is the amount of noise your woodworking equipment will produce. Surely your family doesn't want to hear the grinding and squealing noises coming from the shop, especially if you plan on spending time working in the evenings.
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