Three Steps Controlling Your Own Office Heating In A Shared High-Rise Building

11 October 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Renting office space inside of a downtown high-rise can give you a good business address, prime real estate, and an easy access for the workplace for employees. Being inside of a business high-rise office suite that is located in a prime area also makes it easy for vendors and customers to find and get to your location for services. One of the low points of being in a beautiful office high-rise is the fact that there is often a shared commercial heating system. Read More 

Looking To Get A Roll-Out Wheel For Welding? Don’t Make These Rookie Mistakes

13 September 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you consistently find yourself welding pipe, you already know how much of a hassle it can be to move around the piece as you weld. Every single pass of your welder will leave you having to reposition the pipe to get it into the right spot, which is not only time consuming, but makes it incredibly difficult to create a steady, clean-looking weld. For this reason, frequent pipe welders usually invest in a roll-out wheel that is used for their welding projects. Read More 

Dyslexia: How Can a Wayfinding System Help Your Dyslexic Visitors and Customers Get Around?

15 August 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Providing good customer service to your visitors and customers is one thing you might strive for in your company. But if some of your visitors or customers have reading problems like dyslexia, getting around your building may be difficult for them. Most people associate dyslexia with children and teens, but adults can experience it as well. These adults may struggle to read and understand posters, pamphlets, and other types of signage for their entire lives. Read More 

3 Reasons To Use Gravel Vs. Asphalt On Industrial Roadways

19 July 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you operate an industrial business, you may have roadways in place around your place of business to aid with transporting products and otherwise getting things done. It might seem like a no-brainer that these roadways should be paved with asphalt, but there is a better option for many businesses -- using gravel. These are a few reasons to consider using gravel vs. asphalt on industrial roadways. 1. Make Changes as Your Industrial Business Grows Read More 

How To Make Your Own Concrete Patio

24 June 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Patios are a nice addition to have to help create a relaxing and welcoming area to your yard. Concrete is a great material option for a patio, as it is very durable, long lasting and easy to maintain. If you are handy, you can even pour your own concrete patio. See below for tips and instructions on how to make your own concrete patio. Tools Needed For The Job: Shovels Gravel Sand 2" Read More