Heavy Duty Storage Bins: 3 Easy Tips For Organizing Your Bins

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Storage is a problem that many people face, both at home and in the workplace. Luckily, you can make storage a lot easier by using a good system and heavy-duty storage containers. So how can you make the most of your space? Here are three tips for storing unused items: 1. Use Labels Heavy-duty storage containers are great for storing your belongings, but they don't offer much visibility. Luckily, you can easily know what is inside each container by using a simple label.

8 March 2017

4-Step Guide For Troubleshooting Your Factory's Cooling System That Keeps Icing Over During Winter

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If your factory has a cooling system that runs year-round to keep the equipment at optimal temperatures, you may find that it ices over during the winter months. If so, use the four steps below to troubleshoot and fix potential simple problems that are not related to the weather. Step 1:  Inspect The Outer Vents For Clogs The first step involves inspecting the outer vents of the cooling unit for clogs caused by dirt and dust.

7 March 2017

Why You Should Take Advantage of a Selective Pallet Rack Setup

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When you're designing the pallet setup of your warehouse, you should be aware of the unique benefits offered by selective systems.  A selective pallet racking system generally consists of load beams, upright frames, braces that are placed both horizontally and diagonally, pallet supports, and wire decking. A selective system including these components offers the following five advantages: A selective setup makes it easier to access inventory Perhaps the primary advantage a selective system offers is easy access to inventory.

7 March 2017

Tips for Sealing Your Office Building with Spray-Foam Insulation

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If your office building is too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer, then it likely needs to be better insulated. One of the best ways to insulate your building is to use a spray-foam product to seal up any holes or gaps in windows, doors, and electrical outlets. However, working with spray foam can be a bit tricky if you want the results to look nice and don't want to make a mess in the process.

2 November 2016

3 Benefits Of Using Propane In Your Factory

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If you are in the industrial industry, you might always be looking for ways to improve your factory. If you have not yet switched to using propane whenever possible in your factory, such as to power your machinery and equipment, then it's time to consider doing so. These are a few of the many benefits of using propane in a factory setting. 1. Keep Your Factory Going When the Power Goes Out

26 September 2016

Repair Cracks In Concrete Walls In Your Home's Basement

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If your home's concrete foundation has shifted due to soil erosion and small cracks are visible in one of the concrete walls in your basement, you can repair the damage with the following steps. Once finished, consult with a company that specializes in foundation underpinning. Underpinning involves extending the depth of the current foundation so that it rests on a more stable surface, preventing additional damage in the future. Materials

17 August 2016

How Heating Problems Can Relate To Your HVAC Design

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If you've been having heating problems, you may be looking into heating repair options. Before you call a heating installation and repair specialist to your home, make sure that they can handle HVAC problems as well as furnace troubles; some heating issues relate to your HVAC design. Here are some potential problems to look for.  The Air Isn't Flowing Properly If your problem is that some parts of the house aren't heating as well as other parts, then you may be dealing with a problematic air flow in your HVAC design.

4 August 2016