A Brief Guide on What You Need to Know About the Residential Demolition Process

Posted on: 25 January 2021

For many homeowners who have never experienced demolition first hand, the process may seem as dramatic as it is portrayed in the movies. Simply place some dynamite around the building and watch it implode on itself once the explosives go off. But this assumption is grossly incorrect. What may surprise you about the demolition process is that there are intentional steps to take. Moreover, everything is carried out meticulously, even if it may not seem that way at the outset.
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What You Need to Know about Maintaining Your Air Conditioning Unit

Posted on: 11 December 2020

For your air conditioning system to continue functioning correctly, regular scheduling maintenance is going to be part of the ball game. This way, you can be assured that your unit will continue to serve you effectively for years to come without any significant hiccups. When you ignore your air conditioning system's specific needs, it will eventually start showing a downward trend in performance. All this happens as your energy costs go up since the system will now be highly inefficient.
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Benefits of Epoxy Flooring for Your Business

Posted on: 3 November 2020

If you're looking for a unique way to upgrade your retail store, cafe, warehouse, or other types of business, why not cover the floor with versatile epoxy flooring? To find out the benefits of such an upgrade, read on. 1. Durable The flooring in a commercial space needs to be tough and durable to withstand foot traffic, spills, and possibly heavy machinery. Epoxy flooring is tough, and scratch and stain-resistant, so you can shift heavy objects and spill food, drinks, and chemicals without lasting consequences.
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Factors Influencing the Performance of Commercial Acoustic Panels

Posted on: 28 September 2020

The use of acoustic panels as sound treatment systems for commercial establishments such as open-space offices, restaurants, movie theatres, and conference rooms is commonplace. These panels work by absorbing sound waves in noisy areas to mitigate noise and improve the overall quality of indoor sound.  If you're currently in the market for acoustic panels for your commercial space, you should understand that not all panels are created equal. As a result, acoustic performance may vary from product to product.
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