Protection Systems Used to Prevent Corrosion of Steel Roofing

Posted on: 28 April 2017

For the longest time, corrosion has been the greatest downside of steel roofing. But thanks to advances in steel roofing technology, manufacturers of steel roofing can now supply products that provide maximum corrosion-resistance to builders and building owners. Let's take a look at some of the ways being used today to protect steel roofing products from corrosion.  Galvanic Protection This refers to the application of a metallic coating onto the steel to help cushion against exposure to the elements that may cause corrosion.
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Three tips for clearing a plot of land for your building project

Posted on: 28 April 2017

If you've purchased a plot of land and intend to build a house, you must first clear away any vegetation that is currently growing on it. Here are three tips which should help to make this process go as smoothly as possible. Seek out the help of your local land surveyors Before you begin this process, you should seek out the assistance of your local land surveyors. They will help you to identify the exact boundaries of the property.
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Five Things to Consider If You Want to Integrate Stainless Steel Into Your Client's Kitchen

Posted on: 27 April 2017

If you're designing or constructing a kitchen for a client and you are thinking about including stainless steel elements, there are several points you may want to consider. To guide you through the design and building process, take a look at these tips. 1. Think Beyond Appliances Stainless steel has been a popular metal for appliances for quite a while, and it remains popular. However, fridges and stovetops aren't the only option.
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6 Tips to Help You Reduce Office Clutter

Posted on: 27 April 2017

Clutter around the office can make it hard for your staff to concentrate and be effective. Luckily, there are numerous things you can do to stay on top of office clutter and keep your office functioning smoothly. Take a look at these ideas. 1. Go Paperless If you want to cut down on messy stacks of paper and excessive office waste, it helps to go paperless. Thanks to a spate of exciting new apps, it's easy to share documents, collaborate on projects and even capture signatures without printing a thing.
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