It All Fits

Posted by on July 18, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

When you are walking through a hardware store, you might notice all of the plumbing fittings. You might not know what these fittings are called or what they are used for in the home. The basic purpose for fittings Canning Vale sells at Hose Mania is connecting pieces of tubing or pipes together. They can also be used to connect different shapes and sizes together. Elbow Fittings This is one of the common types of joints that you will find. They are often used to change the direction in which the water flows through the pipe. Water can flow in...

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A Brief Introduction to Core Drilling in Melbourne

Posted by on July 18, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

While driving in and around Melbourne, have you ever witnessed a road construction crew using a large cylindrical device to cut a deep hole into the asphalt and concrete? This process of drilling a circular hole into the pavement is called core drilling. Core drilling allows for the installation, inspection and maintenance of underground utility lines as well as the creation of manholes. Sometimes a plug of roadbed material is also extracted and removed during the core drilling process. Core drilling is often used on sidewalks and driveways,...

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What to Do With Damaged or Excess Inventory?

Posted by on July 17, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

In an ideal world, the materials you manufacture sell at a good clip. Not so fast that popular items are back ordered, and not so slow that stock sits on the shelves. When you do find yourself with excess inventory, or when a batch is made incorrectly or damaged, there are ways to earn revenue from the items anyway. Next time you find yourself with excess materials on your hand, consider these strategies. What to do with excess inventory If you have too much of something, you can either hold onto it and sell it at the asking price (albeit...

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The Value Of Timber Decking

Posted by on July 17, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

A new deck can bring life to your outdoor space and give you the area you need for enjoying starry evenings outdoors or having a spring picnic. Decks can be made from a variety of materials, and you will need to decide, which material will meet your needs and budget before you can begin building. There are many materials available, but you will want the best available with the least amount of financial commitment. However, longevity and upkeep are things you should keep in mind not just price. Timber decking in Newcastle might be your best...

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Get Your Home in Selling Shape

Posted by on July 10, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

For many people, the home that they are currently living in is not the one that they are going to stay in forever. If you have reached the point where you have outgrown your home, it is time for you to think about how you can get it into selling shape. There are many things that buyers look for when they are hoping to sell their home, but at the end of the day, there are just a few things for you to keep in mind. Maintenance Look at the outdoor maintenance if your home. Remember that even if your home is an amazing value, first impressions...

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How to Fix Common The Three Most Problems with Concrete Pavers

Posted by on July 7, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Concrete pavers look great and are easy to install, but over time some issues may arise such as pavers sloping or falling off at the edges. Luckily, most common issues with concrete pavers can be fixed yourself. Here are some quick fixes for the three most common concrete paver issues. 1. Uneven Concrete Pavers Why this is a problem: If your pavers all seem to be at different heights and levels, then you’ve got a problem with the base. This problem occurs most often with a soil, sand or clay base, as water can get in between the...

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Ways to Protect Your Home From Intruders

Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

If you have ever been the victim of a home invasion or had prowlers on your property, it can change your life forever. Suddenly, your home, the place you always felt the safest, is a scary place. If you have children, this can be especially traumatic for them. They may not be able to sleep at night or could have trouble being in rooms by themselves in the house. To restore your family’s feeling of safety at home following an invasion like this, it is necessary to take measures to discourage potential burglars from attacking your home...

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Turning Common Graphiti Into Car Park Art

Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

The bane of car park maintenance in Dandenong: discovering a freshly laid piece of graffiti on the premises. The unanticipated extra work added to the day’s duties can be an enormous drain on a car park employee’s resources, especially their time. Depending on the method of removal, it can be a very tedious and labor-intensive ordeal to remove the unexpected aesthetic addition. The budget required to deal with the nuisance can quickly multiply if the car park becomes a regular target of the artists. These factors alone have many...

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Improving Warehouse Efficiency

Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Whether you’re dealing with your own goods or the goods of others, an inefficient warehouse gumming up a supply chain is bad for business. Even the best warehouse has room for improvement, with the ever-evolving nature of the business and supporting technologies. Whether you improve cataloguing, communications, tracking, or physical relocation of goods, your end result is a faster, more efficient warehouse. Faster, more efficient warehouses make everyone involved in the supply chain more money–so read on, and find out what you can...

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How Precast Concrete Accellerates Your Job

Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

When looking at precast concrete contractors Melbourne natives often wonder why there’s a difference. After all, concrete is concrete, right? Not necessarily. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at the differences between cast in place and precast concrete, including the advantages and disadvantages of each. Precast Concrete With precast concrete, the piece is simply placed in the prepared site you’ve made for it. This can be a boon in high traffic areas, as it reduces how long the area around the site is tied up. The...

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