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Tips For Staying Safe While Using Scaffolding

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Whether you’re fixing some loose exterior siding, pressure washing the house or doing any other job that requires you to be elevated high off the ground, renting scaffolding will make your life easier and safer. Instead of being perched precariously atop a ladder — possibly for a long duration — you can set up the right amount of scaffolding, ensure that it’s stable and then work confidently to get your project done. Read More»

Don't Forget To Check Your Drop Hitch After A Low-Speed Rear-End Collision

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In the aftermath of a rear-end collision, there are many things to check. If you’re ever rear-ended, you’ll want to make sure everyone is alright and assess the damage to your vehicle. If you drive a lifted truck that has a drop hitch, don’t forget to also inspect your hitch – even if it seems like your truck otherwise is unscathed. Drop Hitches Are Easily Bent in Rear-End Collisions In a high-speed rear-end collision, there will be extensive damage to the back of your truck. Read More»

5 Reasons To Choose Plastic Tube Seals Over Metal Components

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When you’re running tubes and connections for delicate pneumatic equipment, it only takes a small problem with a single component to make the entire system break down. For years, only brass and aluminum fittings and seals were reliable enough for using in high stress situations like small plane hydraulics. Find out why the newest plastic seals from companies like Seal Pneumatics are a better option for difficult sealing situations. Resistance to Corrosion Read More»

Choosing Casters For A Set Of Scaffolding

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When working in a great room with tall ceilings, scaffolding can improve your productivity. While you might be able to access a high ceiling with a ladder, scaffolding will give you a larger platform, so you don’t have to climb down and move your scaffolding as often as you would move a ladder. On the other hand, if you have to break down your scaffolding and move it every time you are ready to move to the next section of the room, you will end up wasting a lot of time. Read More»

Essential Tools To Rent For Doing Your Own Concrete Work

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When you need a concrete slab poured for a patio or another application around your yard, you face the decision of hiring a crew of contractors or tackling the job with a couple helpers. The latter can be supremely satisfying — and give you a solid finished product — if you take some time to read about the necessary steps and ensure that you have all the right tools. You already know that you’ll need a concrete mixer, which you can typically obtain for the desired amount of time at a local rental center. Read More»