Factors to Consider When Installing HDPE Pipes

Posted on: 13 July 2016

If you are planning on having an HDPE pipe system installed, you are likely investing a decent amount of money into a quality piping system. You want to make sure that you get things exactly right so that you don't end up wasting the resources that you pumped into the project. Here are some factors that you should consider when installing an HDPE pipe system to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible and that the end product is exactly what you need.
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Wayfinding Systems 101: 4 Helpful Design Tips

Posted on: 13 July 2016

A wayfinding system is a valuable tool to have in large buildings. Comprised of several directional signs, these systems help guests and patrons navigate throughout the building. In order to get the most out of your wayfinding system, you should make sure you design it appropriately. If you don't know where to start, don't worry. These four design tips will ensure that every guest can easily read and understand your directional signage:
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Concrete Coring: What it Means for You & Your Home

Posted on: 6 July 2016

The installation of new or additional plumbing lines in a pre-existing basement often requires concrete coring to be performed. However, many homeowners fail to understand just what this term entails. If your contractor has recently mentioned that your basement's foundation might need to be cored, read on. This article will answer four common questions about the technique known as concrete coring. What is concrete coring? At its simplest, concrete coring is the technique of drilling a hole through the wall of your basement's foundation.
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Why It's Important To Change Your Commercial HVAC Filters Regularly

Posted on: 20 June 2016

Changing your HVAC filters regularly is important, whether you are looking at your residential system or the system that is inside your business. However, if you are a business owner, you might find that you will need to change the filters in your commercial HVAC unit even more frequently than the ones in your at-home system. These are a few reasons why you should talk to your heating and air conditioning professional about changing these filters more often.
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