Picking Apart Scrap Metal From Computers
1 April 2015
If you're getting rid of an old computer, replacing a broken one or changing an entire department of workstations, there's a lot of scrap metal to be had from the various components inside. Gold, tungsten, aluminum and rare earth metals are often in demand and available inside drives and on boards inside the computer. A few inspection points can help you locate the scrap material for removal.
Circuit Board Gold And Copper
How To Identify Roofing Issues And What's The Best Course Of Action?
20 March 2015
If you own a home located in an area prone to violent weather events such as strong winds, then you probably know how hard your roof can be hit in the process. In particular, shingles are known for their limited ability to absorb the damages that inclement weather inflicts to roofs, such as creating cracks. While most of those problems can easily be spotted with naked eyes, others are slightly harder to identify.
Commercial Entry Doors: Choosing The Right One For Your Business
10 March 2015
Commercial doors are charged with the task of being durable enough to stand up to frequent use, attractive enough to make visitors and customers feel welcome, and functional enough to make entering and exiting the building easy and convenient. With so much riding on their choice of entry doors, it is no wonder why so many business owners struggle to determine which type of entry door is right for their commercial property.
Four Myths About Hail Damage, Your Roof, And Your Home Insurance
27 February 2015
If there's one thing that can send people scrambling to check on their roof, it's a hailstorm. Nothing can wipe out a whole neighborhood's roofs more quickly. Unfortunately, many parts of the country do deal with hail at least once a year. Here's a look at some things to know if you think your home's roof has hail damage.
Myth #1: There's No Visible Damage, So the Roof is Fine