How to pick the right company to supply all your steel needs

Posted on: 3 January 2018

Steel has many practical in your home or business. Perhaps you are considering fitting steel cabinets or furnishings in your factory, or maybe it is the outside of your property that you want to refresh and you are thinking about the advantages a steel fence could offer you. Perhaps your company is developing a new product range that will require a steel case? There are a lot of reasons that you may be planning to purchase steel, but before you arrange your purchase from a steel sales company you will need to ensure that the sales company is the right choice for your purchase.
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4 Considerations Before Adding Subsurface Home Structures

Posted on: 2 January 2018

Are you planning to add a subsurface structure, such as a basement, to your home? Read on and discover some of the considerations that a structural engineer will have in mind when designing such a subsurface addition. Structural Support The structural engineer will assess whether sufficient structural support exists for the addition that you wish to construct. For example, will the basement extend beyond the confines of the foundation? Sections that are not supported by the foundation are likely to settle and can put the entire home at the risk of collapsing.
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How to choose the best wheelchair lift

Posted on: 28 December 2017

If you need to make your business or public premises more accessible to wheelchair users then installing a wheelchair lift is a great solution. If you are responsible for improving accessibility then perhaps you have been thinking about installing a lift but are unsure where to start? Wheelchair lifts are available in many forms and it can be a daunting prospect to choose the most suitable lift for your location. There are fixed and portable lift options.
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3 Portable Power Options to Consider for Your Homestead Worksite

Posted on: 26 December 2017

When you start building a homestead, you will likely take on a large amount of construction projects. This may turn parts of your homestead into functional worksites. For this reason, you may begin to look at portable power options. Here are three of the portable power options that you may want to consider to help control and monitor the power being used on the worksite. Keep in mind, all three of these options, including transformers, can be hired out for the duration of your project rather than purchased.
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