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Gas Supply Piping: Commonly Asked Questions about Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing

22 July 2016
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Natural gas and propane are important sources of heat energy in your home. For you to get a reliable and safe supply in your home, you must have properly laid pipework for the job. This is where corrugated stainless steel comes in handy. It is a flexible, stainless steel pipe coated with a plastic material to minimise physical damage. In most cases, corrugated stainless steel is installed through floor joists, attic spaces and the interior of wall cavities. Read More …

Cats and Carpets: Four Items You Need to Repair Damage Easily

18 May 2016
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If you have carpets and cats, damage can be inevitable. Luckily, it's easy to repair most kitty-caused rips and tears to carpet. You just need the right tools. 1. Extra Carpet If you are purchasing new carpet and you have cats, always buy a bit extra. That way, if you ever need to patch a pulled up piece of carpet or replace one that has been stained, you have matching carpet on hand to make a patch. Read More …

Is Machining Better Than Using a 3D Printer?

17 May 2016
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Do you have heavy equipment that has components that no longer work properly? You can have those parts restored to their functional state by having them machined or having them fabricated using a 3D printer. This article compares those two processes of machine restoration. Use this information to help you to make an informed decision about the most appropriate way to restore your equipment parts to a functional condition. What They Are Read More …

Dump The Damp: How To Check Your Window Moisture Content Before Repair

13 May 2016
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It is time to do an annual inspection of the timber window frames of your home. Not only do cracked frames let heat out of the home, but they can also bring moisture inside. This moisture can interact with the heat in your home to create a damp atmosphere that leads to mould and mildew growth. Since you have not attended to window repairs before, it is important you know how to find out the amount of moisture that has penetrated the cracks in your window frames. Read More …

Can You Repair the Cracks in Your Concrete Wall?

10 May 2016
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Are you looking at a cracked concrete wall and wondering what to do next? Should you call in a building repairs specialists who'll be able to undertake a concrete repair for you? This may be the best option if the crack is in a foundation wall. A structural crack may influence the integrity of your house and will require more in-depth work to remedy. However, if the job is small and only superficial, you may want to have a go at repairing it yourself. Read More …