3 Tips For Preventing Rust In Your Air Compressor Tank

Posted on: 25 January 2017

Many air compressors have tanks that have to be filled with water while the machine is in use. In general, this shouldn't pose a problem, but over time, it can cause rust to develop inside the tank. This can cause your tank to break down, so it's something that you'll want to avoid if at all possible. These are a few tips that can help you prevent rust from being a problem in your air compressor tank.
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Tips For Creating Metal Artwork

Posted on: 23 January 2017

Making metal art is a great way to start making money from home. However, you must make sure you are properly equipped with the tools and equipment for fabricating each piece. You must also have the skills for welding parts together, which can be dangerous without the proper kind of safety gear. Seeking help from a professional is one of the ways to create your products in a more efficient manner.
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How To Stop A Concrete Slab Under Your Shed From Sinking

Posted on: 20 January 2017

If you have noticed that your shed has started to lean, there is a good chance that the concrete slab under it is not level. If the slab starts to sink on one side, it can cause your shed to lean. Use the guide below to learn how to stop the concrete slab from sinking and return it to its right position so that your shed will no longer lean.
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Improvements to Reduce Wear of Commercial Rooftops and Mechanical Systems

Posted on: 16 January 2017

The roof of your business is the most vulnerable part of the building. This is for several reasons; the roof is where maintenance gets done, where mechanical systems are installed, and where you can get a leak. To protect your business, improvements like screens, paths to equipment, and drainage covers will ensure you have fewer repair costs. Here are some of the best improvements to reduce wear of the systems on the roof of your business.
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