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Ingenious and Intriguing Industrial and Manufacturing Blogs

If you work in the manufacturing industry, you may need a few tips to make your job more efficient. Similarly, if you are a consumer of industrial items, you may also want some buying ideas, safety tips, product comparisons and more. Hello. My name is Dorothy Lee, and this niche fascinates me, so I decided to start a blog about it. I hope to answer your most important questions and possibly even answer some questions you didn't know you had. I am mum and a freelance writer, and I have one daughter who recently started uni. I love to research a range of things and pull from my own experiences to create unique blogs that will appeal to a range of different people.

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Unconventional Ways You Can Use Insulated Roofing Panels

4 August 2016
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Every homeowner knows how crucial his or her roofing is. As such, they will opt for materials and accessories that will prolong the life of their roofing while also providing enhanced functionality. One of the more popular accessories installed in roofs are insulated roofing panels. These can go a long way in improving the energy efficiency of your home. However, insulated roofing panels are not limited to being used on your residence's roof alone. Read More …

5 Easy Ways To Reuse Your Old Timber Crates

4 August 2016
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Timber crates are commonly used to provide protection and better handling to bulky or delicate goods in transit. However, once you have unpacked your consignment, the remaining crate turns dormant and is often disposed of as trash. However, this does not always have to be the case. Below, discover some clever and easy ways to put your used timber crates to use. Furniture Made of wood and already constructed into definite shapes, timber crates can easily be transformed into indoor and outdoor furniture. Read More …

How to Choose Recycled or Salvaged Materials for Your Home Renovation

3 August 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

For homeowners who are very eco-friendly, using recycled or salvaged materials for a home renovation can be a good choice. This keeps those materials out of landfills and also cuts down on the harvesting of virgin materials you might otherwise need. When you do choose recycled or salvaged materials, you want to take extra care in choosing pieces that are still durable and with lots of life left in them. Note a few tips on which materials you might use and how to choose pieces that are still in good condition. Read More …

A Few Simple Tips for Properly Installing Plasterboard

3 August 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Plasterboard is somewhat easy to install on your own, when you're making home renovations or repairs. The material is lightweight and easy to cut and easy to attach to wall studs and framing, so you may not need to call a contractor when you're ready to add walls to your home. However, you want to ensure you take the time to install plasterboard properly rather than assuming you can just quickly cut and nail it to studs and have a flat and level wall surface. Read More …

Common Mistakes That Hobbyists May Make During Corrugated Metal Pipe Installation

3 August 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Some homeowners may feel that they have the time and the ability to install the corrugated metal pipes that they have bought for the drainage system of their property. However, such homeowners may make several mistakes that may affect the function and durability of those metal pipes. This article discusses some of those mistakes that you should avoid making during corrugated pipe installation. Using the Wrong Backfill Material Some homeowners may see no problem in using the excavated soil as a backfill material once the corrugated metal pipes have been placed in the trenches. Read More …