Perspex Polishing Tips for Home Owners

The use of perspex or acrylic glass at home has been on the rise for quite some time now. In areas where the need for a break-resistant plastic is paramount, for instance, garage doors, storm doors and basement windows, you should go for acrylic plastic rather than glass. While the use of perspex is more functional -- due to its dependability and resilience -- than aesthetic, taking good care of it is important. Read More 

Three Design and Fabrication Considerations for Custom Plastic Joiners

In the past, most joiners used in equipment and general structural networks were manufactured using metal. The popularity of the material can be attributed to the strength and the durability of metal. Over the recent years, plastic has gained a significant position in the fabrication of joiners. Unlike metal, plastic is easy to machine, so intricate shapes can be created at low costs. This category of materials is also lightweight; this means that it will not stress the pertinent joined units after installation. Read More 

5 Reasons to Use Reclaimed Timber Beams for Your Exterior Cladding

Having cladding fitted is a great way to protect your outer walls, diminish the amount of sound that gets in from outside, reduce the amount of heat that escapes from inside, and generally give your property its own unique look. Timber is one of the most popular options for cladding since it takes care of all those aims perfectly, and it's particularly prized for its timeless appearance. So, if you've chosen to have timber cladding, then you've chosen well, but you should also stop to consider the fantastic benefits that come along with picking reclaimed timber. Read More 

Lift-Equipment Hire: Scissor Lifts Versus Vertical Lifts

Scissor lifts and vertical lifts; they both sound like the same equipment, but they are very distinct from one another. Vertical lifts are wide and feature a scissor-like set of lifts powered by hydraulics. Vertical lifts, on the other hand, are upright looking and feature a vertical set of lift frames powered by hydraulics or electricity. In this article, find out how these two compare in regard to important hire considerations. Read More 

Repairing Your Plasterboard

Plasterboard is made up of gypsum sandwiched in the middle of two layers of thick lining paper. Plasterboard normally comes with one brown wall and one ivory wall, but this can vary by plasterboard suppliers. This is a common solution for a less expensive wall, and it keeps down the transmission of sound from one side to the other. This article will walk you through a few different ways you can address problems in your plasterboard. Read More