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Better Roads, Safer People: Benefiting from Concrete Repair

We walk on sidewalks and cross streets every day on our way to school or work. When exploring new places, we tend to look only straight ahead or around us and very rarely at the ground we walk on. We do it because there’s nothing that interesting about asphalt. We don’t even think that it’s

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Linoleum or Vinyl: Which Floor Material Suits You?

Linoleum and vinyl are two of the most affordable materials that you can choose from for your flooring in Ealing. They are often mistaken for one another because they are created in sheets. But vinyl comes in tile and plank forms as well. There is much to know about these materials. Let’s explore in more detail

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How to Keep Air at Home Safe to Breathe In

If you didn’t know yet, indoor air also harbors pollutants, and they can be more hazardous than those outdoors. Given that we spend most of our time indoors, we always breathe in these harmful particles, unless we’ve been diligently purifying the air in our homes or offices. Indoor air pollution is attributed to construction materials,

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ergonomic bathroom

Beyond the Beauty: 3 Tips for Creating an Ergonomic Bathroom

Perhaps it’s because of the barrage of cute Pinterest pegs or the popularity of spa-like features, but the trends in bathroom design lately are noticeably focused on aesthetics. There’s usually no problem with this until you find that your visually appealing, spa-haven bathroom looks as if it’s been hit by a tsunami as your husband prepares for

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Bringing in Money: Attracting Tenants to Your Commercial Building

Commercial buildings provide a lot of opportunities for business owners in need of a location or branch. Also, they can provide the building owner with a decent amount of income, usually in the form of rent. However, you need to have tenants renting out the space or it will be useless. Aside from the location

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Warehouse Facility

Health and Safety in a Warehouse Facility

A recognized market research firm focusing on logistics providers estimates that there are around 9,000 commercial warehouses spread across America. The top 50 companies, with nearly 3,900 warehouses, cover 829 million square feet of warehouse space. Imagine hundreds of forklifts, hand trucks, pallet jacks, and platform trucks roaming around these spaces. And imagine what is

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Mold on old wall

Mold & Mildew: How to Stop Their Growth & Infestation at Home

It is a nightmare of every homeowner to deal with mold. It’s unsightly, and it can put the health and safety of everyone at risk. That is why people are constantly looking for ways to keep them off their homes. The thing is, this type of invasion can be easily triggered by moisture. That’s why

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warehouse floor

Ensuring the Quality of Warehouse Floors

Flooring is the most abused element of your warehouse in Colorado. It needs to take on the massive weights of high stacking, heavy forklifts, delivery trucks, and loaded pallets. Warehouse flooring accumulates countless scratches, tire marks, stains from chemical spillage, and other damages caused by the heavy foot traffic in the day to day operation. The

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Road with sunset

Everything You Need to Know About Asphalt

Asphalt is the most commonly used material for building roads and pavements. But despite its ubiquity, there are still a lot of things that people don’t know about this material. Listed below are some intriguing trivia about asphalt. 1. Asphalt has been in use for centuries You might think that asphalt is a 20th-century invention,

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3 Things Every Homeowner Should Inspect After a Hurricane

Strong winds and heavy rainfall brought about by storms can deal massive damage to one’s home. The expected cost of damage from hurricane winds and flooding in the US is at $54 Billion in the US, with households getting the biggest share of losses ($34 Billion). Depending on the intensity of the hurricane, and any

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