Working with Explosives: 4 Things to Consider

Posted on: 29 June 2017

If you are a contractor who needs to use explosives as part of your demolition project, it is important that you take precautions to ensure the safety of your staff and the general public. Below is a guide to 4 things you should consider when using explosives from a place like Rock On Ground. Choose the right type of explosives Not every type of explosive is the same. Before ordering your explosives and beginning work, you should consult with your explosives supplier to ensure that you are ordering the correct type.
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Why It May Be Hard for Intruders to Reset Your Combination Lock

Posted on: 29 June 2017

Different kinds of locks offer different levels of security from intruders. Combination locks are a good choice because an intruder can find it very hard to reset the lock's code while you are away. This article discusses some of the factors that make it hard for intruders to reset these locks and get into your house. A Reset Tool Is Required Each combination lock is usually made with a unique reset tool that an owner can use to reset that lock in case he or she loses or forgets the code that had been programmed into that lock.
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Two Reasons Why Concrete Is Used to Build Warehouses

Posted on: 29 June 2017

Whilst many older warehouses that exist today are made from materials such as steel, wood or brick, a huge number of modern warehouses are made from concrete. Here are two reasons why this is such a popular choice of construction material for warehouse building projects. Fire safety A warehouse fire can not only destroy massive quantities of expensive stock and equipment, but it can also put employees lives at risk. If the building itself is damaged, the entire business may need to be closed whilst it is repaired.
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Beyond Boundary Lines: What Else Can Be on a Boundary Survey?

Posted on: 26 June 2017

If you are planning to subdivide your land, build a fence, sell the property or do a number of other things, you may want to get a boundary site survey. In most cases, you can look for your permanent survey markers on your own and get a decent sense of where the land is, but a professional boundary survey offers much more than that. 1. History of the Property A boundary survey takes into account the property lines as indicated by the permanent survey markers, but it can also include historical research on the property.
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