Should You Be Using Fiberglass Scaffolding?

Posted on: 24 August 2017
Whether you're painting the siding on your old house or trying to rewire an upper floor, scaffolding allows you to reach various heights and remain safe enough to do your work. An initial instinct to use aluminum scaffolding can be tempting, but before buying aluminum models, you might consider fiberglass instead. Fiberglass works in a similar fashion, but provides the following benefits that you should check out. Weight One major benefit of fiberglass is its weight.
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Key Facts About Home Heating Oil That Every Prospective Homeowner Needs To Know

Posted on: 22 August 2017
If you are shopping for a new home and one or more of the properties you are interested in uses oil as its source of heat, you are likely to have a few questions about its use. Given that just 8% of homes in the U.S. use oil heat today, many new homeowners are accessing it for the first time. Fortunately, that number is not related to quality issues but is often due to cheap gas prices many years ago and tax credits that inspired a switch to the other fuel.
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Inspection And Maintenance Of Your Spring-Loaded Mechanical Loading Dock

Posted on: 19 August 2017
If your company just moved to a different warehouse that has a spring-loaded mechanic loading dock used to load trucks, then it's important you understand how to inspect and maintain it. Thankfully, mechanical docks are fairly simple machines that rarely need much maintenance. However, since a malfunctioning loading dock can cause serious injury or death, regular inspections and maintenance are required. If you have never inspected or maintained a loading dock before, here is an overview of the process:
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A Borescope Can Help Keep Your Airplane Working

Posted on: 18 August 2017
When you have an airplane, you want to make sure that it is always in the best working shape possible. After all, it's not like you can pull over to the side of the road to check out the flashing board on your dash. That means that you are going to need to have some special tools that will help you work on your car. One of the things you are going to need is a borescope.
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