Shouldering The Burden: How Shoulder Screws Bear Weight
15 January 2019
Shoulder screws are unique fasteners in that they wear a "collar" around and just underneath the heat of the screw. The threaded part of the screw is typically what fastens things together, but it is the shoulder component that fascinates anyone who builds. In fact, these screws can turn and pivot, even while bearing (or shouldering) weight other fasteners could not. Just to give you an idea of the weight these clever fasteners can manage, here is a "
The Benefits Of COD Oil Delivery
26 November 2018
Heating oil is an essential part to many manufacturing plants. Getting enough oil means planning in advance and never being late with the payments on your bill. Of course, you could always just get COD oil delivery, which is a Cash on Delivery payment method. Very few companies take COD as payment anymore, so if you have a business partnership with an oil delivery company, you are very fortunate indeed. Here are a few more benefits to getting your heating oil order using COD payment.
What Kinds of Heating Options Are There for a Large Commercial Building?
17 October 2018
Just like being a homeowner, being a business owner means you are responsible for all of the building maintenance tasks and concerns that can come about—only your concerns and maintenance needs will be much bigger. One of your biggest concerns with a large commercial building will be keeping it properly heated. Therefore, you will spend a lot of time focusing on what kind of heating system is the most efficient and what systems will serve the space the best.
3 Reasons Why Your Well Isn't Pumping Water
11 September 2018
Do you rely on a well for water? It can be an effective residential water source, especially if you live in a rural or secluded area. If you have a well, you don't have to pay a regular water bill or worry about connecting to a municipal water line. You simply tap into a water source directly on your property.
While wells are highly effective, they can occasionally have issues. One of the most common potential well problems is a failure to pump water.