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A Look at Gas Pipeline Welding Jobs

A Look at Gas Pipeline Welding Jobs

by Guest on Apr 13, 2013

Gas pipeline welding jobs may vary from company to company, but their most important function is to weld pipes permanently, with heat their primary method. Part of their job also requires fitting pipes and laying them properly. This has to be done before they can be bonded together. The majority of pipe welders work in the gas and oil industries as they have to weld pipes that will be utilized for transporting oil, fossil fuels and gas. Continue reading →

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How to Beat Your Competitors to the Next Building Project

How to Beat Your Competitors to the Next Building Project

by Tom Grant on Apr 30, 2013

When times are tight in the building industry, it becomes more important than ever to not only put together a quality bid for new business, but to also beat your competitors and secure the work. One of the best ways to get a head start over local competing contractors is by utilising the services of a lead-generation site. If you can get information about any new business before your competitors can, it should follow that you will be more likely to win the contract. Continue reading →

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Role Played By The Disaster Cleanup Companies For Restoring Your Prope

Role Played By The Disaster Cleanup Companies For Restoring Your Prope

by Adler Moris on Jul 30, 2013

It is highly advisable to take the efficient services, which are provided by these companies, without any delay. As a result, you can return to your normal life. There are certain aspects that you need to take into account for selecting the best disaster cleanup company as per your requirements and specifications. It will mainly depend on the kind of damage or destruction that is suffered by your home. Flood damage is a type of incident, which may happen due to several things. In fact, it is considered as the common emergency, due to which many people seek the services of the restoration companies. Continue reading →

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Why You May Want to Consider Cold Heading for Your Next Metal Project

Why You May Want to Consider Cold Heading for Your Next Metal Project

by Tom Grant on Nov 14, 2013

When working with metal, there are two main processes that you can choose to employ. The first process is called “hot forging,” which is the idea of heating up a piece of metal until it becomes malleable. During the part production process, heated metal is then struck with an object called a die to form it into whatever shape is desired. Many objects like screws, bolts and even threading have been formed using the hot forging process for decades. A second process has become increasingly popular in recent years and is called cold heading. As its name suggests, cold heading is the process of getting metal extremely cold before it is then molded into the desired shapes. Continue reading →

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Choose from a Range of Materials for yYour Patios and Custom Decks

Choose from a Range of Materials for yYour Patios and Custom Decks

by Michael Daigle on May 21, 2014

Creating a space that is exclusive to relaxation and enjoyment is probably the desire of every homeowner. The backyard is considered a multi-functional space, serving as a space to lounge, play, drip-dry, and more. You enter these havens from either a deck or a patio. Making the right choice between the two is the first concern. Continue reading →

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Things to Know Before Constructing a Sun Room

Things to Know Before Constructing a Sun Room

by Michael Daigle on Jun 6, 2014

Every individual dreams of experiencing the comfort of all seasons in his own home. This feeling is always accompanied by nature’s callousness; extreme heat and sweating during the summer, and dry and extremely cold during winters. A sunroom provides with that amazing feeling of being outdoors, minus all the hassles. Adding a sun room or a conservatory to your house can help rejuvenate yourself by busting out the stress and adding the composure to your mental health.  Continue reading →

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What Are The Advantages of Using Structural Steel?

What Are The Advantages of Using Structural Steel?

by Boris Dzhingarov on Jun 9, 2014

There are many different ways in which a building can be constructed. We can use so many materials during the construction process. No matter what we want to build, it is inevitable not to think about the steel component. Nowadays steel is utilized in many different projects and is commonly referred to as structural steel. That is because it is a special type of steel that will be built according to various important factors like chemical composition, size, shape, strength and cross section. Continue reading →

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How to Build a Simple Set of Stairs

How to Build a Simple Set of Stairs

by Guest on Nov 5, 2014

Stairs are the standard,most basic method of getting from one level of our homes to the next. But building a safe and functional set of stairs can be a daunting and even challenging. Happily, these basic step-by-step instructions in this guide will help you rise to the challenge of building your first set of stairs. Continue reading →

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List of Essential Construction Equipment

List of Essential Construction Equipment

by Sally Smith on Nov 25, 2014

Specialized skill is obviously important for a construction job to be finished efficiently. But having the right, professional equipment ensures that the results are even better. No matter which kind of construction is undertaken – carpentry, masonry or otherwise – the construction industry needs the right equipment for the final results to be as they are. Continue reading →

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Commercial Property DIY:  Three Jobs You Should Never Try Yourself

Commercial Property DIY: Three Jobs You Should Never Try Yourself

by Boris Dzhingarov on Nov 29, 2014

There are some DIY projects that most people can do in their own home, and these can be tackled by anybody with a little knowledge and the correct tools. However, in the same way that there are certain jobs in your home that you should not try to do without the specific skills required, a commercial property has jobs that it would be unwise and even foolhardy to undertake on your own. Continue reading →

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