Understanding Your Pool Equipment

If you own a swimming pool it is very important to understand the equipment. Pool services can give you the peace of mind you need to keep your pool equipment in tip top shape. This will definitely save you money in the long run. It will help you avoid costly mistakes caused my improper pool…

Heavy Duty Tarp Maintenance

Just like any tool or piece of equipment, proper maintenance habits are the key to enjoying a long service life of dependable use from heavy duty tarp. Some people choose to see tarpaulins as disposable, especially the ubiquitous blue, but any homeowner or business owner can appreciate the savings from keeping all of their equipment…

Heat Treated Glass

Over the years use of glass has increased tremendously. Modern structural design considerations, aesthetic tastes, energy saving and comfort consciousness demands glasses having increased strength, safety and thermal performances. This situation demands increased use of heat treated glass. The Principle of Heat Treatment The basic objective of heat treatment process is to create an initial…

The Green Iguana As a Pet – The Pros & Cons

Find Out Why the Green Iguana Makes a Great Pet Lizards are becoming very popular exotic pets, with the most common of these lizards being the iguana. There are many different types of iguanas, with the Green Iguana being the most popular. One thing that attracts buyers of Green Iguanas, is that pet stores sell…

Building Rapport With FORM

Building rapport is key to successful sales, especially in a cold call to close situation. Acronyms often make it easier to keep track to behavior. A great example of this is the acronym F.O.R.M. as a method to build rapport and trust with a prospect. I’m not suggesting you hide your intention when on the…

A History of Sandblasting, 1870 – Present

The idea behind sandblasting is to use mechanics to expedite nature’s process of erosion. Rather than waiting for winds to toss sand around until smooth rocks and mountains begin to take shape from the materials deposited from one surface to another, Benjamin Tilghman developed his own machine in 1870 to remove painted and rusted surfaces…

ICF vs SIP – A True Cost Analysis

The use of ICF construction and SIP walls is strongly debated in the sustainable construction industry. Both wall systems are very energy efficient and create super insulated walls that meet LEED accredited standards developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. Both products will construct such an airtight space that heat recovery ventilation systems are needed…