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    Differences Between Rolling Shutters and Mechanical Shutters

    These days, with the growing need of the window treatments all the variations of roller shutters had been very prolific if we talk about the past few years. Thus it is quite clear those plain windows are now rarely seen and with the help of manufacturers looking for ways to continuously innovate. This is been noticed as the mechanical shutters... Read More

    by ADVshuttersltd on August 16, 2019Comments (1)
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    Relationships in Construction

    This past week I was out for lunch with one of the vendors we do business with regularly and they said something that surprised me, "it's great you and your team know the owner so well and all of their business but dont forget that it's the trades that help you to build your business and it's just as important to know them the same way you know ... Read More

    by buildercn on August 10, 2019Comments (0)
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    Why Fabrication for Shopfronts is Important?

    Shopfront is the first thing customers notice when they enter your place. In that case, choosing the right material is very essential. Along with that to get the best design fabrication plays an important part. In this guide, we have discussed what is the benefit of getting fabrication. The shopfront is the most essential part of any business a... Read More

    by ADVshuttersltd on August 09, 2019Comments (0)
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    4 Things To Consider When Planning Your Hoarding Graphics

    Construction hoardings might be a legal requirement, but that doesn’t mean they have to be ugly or boring. In fact, by decorating these boards with high-quality printed graphics, they can become powerful advertising, messaging or branding assets.  Prior to getting the graphics done, however, there are a few things to consider to ensu... Read More

    by James Hale on July 12, 2019Comments (0)
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    8 Kitchen Design and Remodeling Ideas

    A kitchen is one of, if not the most frequented place in any household. We spend a lot of time opening the same cabinets, using the same countertops, and operating the same equipment. That’s why if you want to avoid “kitchen fatigue” you need to switch it up every so often.  I’m not just talking about rearranging yo... Read More

    by lge77 on July 08, 2019Comments (0)
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    Energy Efficient Building Design

    As our technology gets more advanced and efficient, so does the way buildings are designed. Nowhere is this more evident than in energy efficiency. With better materials available that offer more versatile designs that are simply more durable than traditional forms of building design, particularly wood-framed construction, energy efficiency has ... Read More

    by lge77 on July 07, 2019Comments (0)
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    Everything You Need to Know About House Wraps

    A well-built house is able to protect everybody within it from a variety of outside elements. In the short-term and the long-term, a house that’s built with all the necessary layers can keep you and your family warm, dry, and safe.  But, are you aware of everything it actually takes to achieve this? Sure, most people know about the b... Read More

    by lge77 on July 07, 2019Comments (0)
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    4 Beautiful Kitchen Interior Upgrades

    One of the simplest methods for refreshing a home and increasing the property value is to upgrade the kitchen. The kitchen is a functional and comfortable gathering place which acts as the center of many homes. Each element must work cohesively in order to serve and function properly.    Sometimes the features of a kitchen no lon... Read More

    by lge77 on July 07, 2019Comments (0)
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    Saving Lives with Accordion Fire Doors

    During a fire, smoke and flames can move quickly – far more quickly than the people who may be trying to escape them. In many large buildings such as offices or hotels, a fire breaking out in one section doesn’t just stay there; it spreads rapidly between floors, often trapping occupants who were nowhere near the fire when it broke o... Read More

    by lge77 on July 07, 2019Comments (0)
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    The Basic Tools Every Contractor Should Have in Their Tool Kits

    As a contractor, you need to be prepared for as many situations as possible to do your best at each jobsite. Unsurprisingly, just learning how to read a tape measure isn't going to cut it. Just as having the knowledge and problem-solving skills is mandatory, having the right tools to perform your work is essential for success. While there can ne... Read More

    by lge77 on June 26, 2019Comments (0)
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