Best Residential Lifts to Make Your Life Easier

Posted on: 7 December 2016

Residential lifts are accessibility equipment designed for easy mobility to every part of the house. The equipment is more useful for people with partial or restricted mobility, it helps them to move around the house without any stress. They can easily move from one floor to another, or even climb up and go down the stairs. Even if they have a mobility vehicle or wheelchair to move around, they will need a lift to go through the stairs.
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Planning To Set Up Shop? This Is Why You Should Opt For Plastic Furniture

Posted on: 7 December 2016

Part of setting up a retail shop entails installing furniture, mostly display units and shelving units. If you are headed to this stage of your shop fitting exercise and are looking for ideas, here is why you should opt for plastic furniture as opposed to other alternatives such as glass or timber. Plastic is cheaper Plastic is cheaper to manufacture or recycle. As such, plastic products cost cheaper than timber or glass.
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How to Make Your Home Renovation Project More Eco-Friendly

Posted on: 2 December 2016

Many homeowners are concerned with the impact their renovation and remodelling projects may have on the environment and may want to use materials and construction processes that are as eco-friendly as possible. Before you plan any work on your home, note a few tips for making the work more environmentally friendly overall and discuss these with your contractor as needed. Use reclaimed pieces You can typically find reclaimed wood, glass, and even plumbing pipes and electrical wiring that can be used for renovation and remodelling projects, so always look before you buy anything new.
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Tow The Line: Should You Choose Steel Or Aluminium For Your Custom Trailer?

Posted on: 19 October 2016

Having a trailer manufactured to your specifications by a metal fabrication company is one of the best ways to ensure that your new trailer suits your particular needs. However, you will have a number of challenging choices to make when specifying your new trailers design and configuration, and one of the most difficult choices to make is which type of metal it should be made from. The vast majority of custom trailers are made from either steel or aluminium, and the debate over which is best seems to rage eternally.
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