Factors Affecting Industrial Shed Costs

The final cost of an installed industrial shed is likely to be influenced by several factors. This article discusses some of the factors that can affect the final cost of the finished shed. Fabrication Style There may be a marked difference between the costs of two identical industrial sheds that were erected differently. For example, the cost of labour to install a prefabricated industrial shed may vary from the cost of a similar shed that was fabricated onsite. [Read More]

Grade Control: Should You Select Reverse Circulation Drilling?

If you are planning on performing a grade control drilling project, you should consider choosing reverse circulation drilling over the conventional diamond core drilling. The RC drilling method uses dual wall rods during the boring process. In simple terms, the structure has an outer drill rod and an inner tube. During the drilling process, the drill bit, which is made from tungsten-steel, crushes the substrate and produces sample rock cuttings. These samples are then pushed up through the inner tubes using compressed air and collected at the ground level. [Read More]

The Common Window Security Films Available in the Market

A window security film can be described as a PET or polyester sheet that is placed on either glazing or glass to hold the pieces together whenever it is forced to break or shatter. Such films come in various ranges to serve a variety of applications. The films are resistant to puncture or shutter making them a must-have on all your windows. Some of the commonly used window safety films are further discussed below. [Read More]

Tips to Protect Your Asphalt Driveway From Winter Cracking

While cracking is common with asphalt driveways, certain conditions increase the risk. Winter weather is one of the archenemies of asphalt driveways. As the freezing temperatures bite, you may start to notice cracks forming on the surface of your asphalt driveway, leaving you with no option but to perform crack-repairs post-haste. But why do asphalt driveways develop cracks during winter? Asphalt driveways are highly susceptible to cracking during winter months because of frost heaving or action, which arises when water underneath the surface of the asphalt freezes and swells upwards because of freezing temperatures, in turn, resulting in formation of cracks. [Read More]