Top Technologies that an Industrial Transport Company should Invest In

Posted on: 13 January 2020

The construction industry is poised to hit the $185 million mark by 2023. In light of this, construction companies are raking up as many projects as they can handle. As a new construction company, this is the best time to lay your mark in the industry. That said, you can only achieve this if you delight your clients, and that means offering the best possible service. One area you can leverage is the efficient transportation of industrial-sized machinery to various sites. [Read More]

3 Top Accessories for Trench Shoring Equipment

Posted on: 23 September 2019

Certain types of trench shoring equipment are suited for specific applications. For instance, if you are excavating a trench that is at most three feet deep, then aluminium trench shoring is the best equipment for the task. The light weight of aluminium shoring makes it the perfect piece of shoring protection for shallow trenches when compared to its steel counterpart. However, with the advancements made in protective shoring equipment, there is an array of aluminium shoring accessories that can help you to get the most out of the equipment. [Read More]

3 Facts About Hiring a Floor Sander For a Wooden Floor Renovation Project

Posted on: 8 August 2019

A wooden floor requires sanding to give it that pristine appeal. Hiring floor sanders can be cost-effective for homeowners wishing to renovate wooden floors. Here are some facts about hiring a floor sander for a wooden floor renovation project.   Types of Sanders — There are several types of sanders to suit every flooring job, including belt sanders, edge sanders, square sanders and drum sanders. A belt sander has a rotating brush that aids in trimming, sanding and levelling different wooden floors. [Read More]

Two Tips for Those Who Need to Run a Construction Project During a Bout of Cold Weather

Posted on: 7 May 2019

If your construction project is due to take place during a bout of very cold weather, here is some advice that you might find useful. Make sure any cracks in the window panes of your heavy construction equipment are sealed up The window panes in the cabs of bulldozers, forklifts, cranes and excavators can sometimes develop cracks as a result of airborne stones and construction debris striking the glass as the equipment is driven across a building site. [Read More]