3 Reasons To Use Post-Tensioning On Your Residential Slab

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When you are getting the slab poured for your new home, the contractor may suggest that you use post-tensioning for your concrete.  Post-tensioning is a method of strengthening and reinforcing concrete. It puts the concrete under stress before the stress loads and load-bearing members are placed on the slab. Post-tensioning is also a form of pre-stressing the concrete. It’s done by placing various cables, called tensioning tendons, in plastic ducts in the forms for the concrete before it’s poured.…

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Are Your Shop Air Compressors Failing? What To Do Fast

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If your shop workers use air compressors in their everyday work and you worry that your models are outdated, or aren’t working as well as they should be, you want to find a professional air compressor distribution company to come to the shop. You want to have all of your units looked at and inspected, so you know if it’s time to invest some money into new machinery, and to get rid of your older units.…

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Prepare For Deck Additions With Good Footings For Stable Structures

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Decks are a popular addition for homes to add outdoor living space. Decks are usually wood structures, which need to have proper footings and fastening systems to prevent failures. To start with a deck project for your home, you will want to add the footings and support to ensure your deck is safe and sound. Here are some of the things that need to be done to ensure your new deck is stable and not at risk of failure:…

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