Some Questions You Might Have About Shipping Containers

Posted on: 15 November 2017

A shipping container is a very basic box that is used for long-distance shipping, typically for shipping via railcar or ship, where the container itself would be exposed to the elements. Shipping containers usually come in two basic sizes so they're easy to stack and transport and are meant to last for years. While these containers may sound very straightforward, you still want to take your time when shopping for such a container to ensure you get the right one for your needs.
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Indoor Storage Tips For Your Racing Yacht during winter

Posted on: 28 October 2017

Given the rising cost of recreational facilities and sports equipment, it is significant to ensure that you properly take care of your yacht during the winter season. When you take the required precautions to store your yacht, you save thousands of dollars and time that you would have spent on repair. The best storage location for your yacht during winter is a covered location. If you have a garage for your yacht storage, here are some of the tips that you need to ensure safe storage:
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Why getting an environmental assessment matters

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Are you considering developing a brown field site? Whether you want to build property or use the land in some other way one of the issues that you need to be aware of is contamination. Land contamination can be caused by a range of substances. It might be heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, or arsenic or solvents or other chemical substances. Contamination can also arise from asbestos, gases or even radioactive substances; it is not always apparent by a visual inspection.
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What to Expect During a Commercial Painting Project

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Commercial buildings need routine maintenance in order to keep them looking fresh and attractive to customers. Commercial painting is very different from residential painting due to the larger scope, detailed services and legal aspects that are involved. A commercial painting project involves more than just applying paint to interior and exterior walls. It also involves selecting the right periods for competing the project, preparing the building for the paintjob, and the signing of contracts and other legal documents.
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