Why An Energy Audit May Be The Best Electrical Project For Your Factory

19 September 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you run a factory and have been dealing with high electrical bills, you may want to have an energy audit done on your place. Don't assume that the high cost of the bills is due solely to the large equipment you're using. Much of that electricity could be going out in the form of wasted energy or as fuel for your facility's air conditioner as it combats inefficient insulation and heat-generating machinery. Read More 

How Using Green Spray Foam Insulation Can Help Improve Your Home And Lifestyle

25 August 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Spray polyurethane foam insulation, or SPF, is used in conjunction with other types of insulation to ensure that your home is insulated properly. Many contractors will install SPF in new home builds and construction additions. If your home is already insulated with rolled or blown-in insulation, green spray foam can fill in any leaks. Here are just some ways that green spray foam insulation can help make your home a better place to live. Read More 

Why You Should Heat Your Home With Propane

29 July 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

When it comes to heating your home and various components within your home, such as your hot water heater, you have a wide range of different options that you can choose from. One of the best of these options, however, is propane. It has many advantages over traditional electric heating, as well as over other heating methods. If you are trying to choose the right heating option for your home, definitely do not overlook propane, which comes with many excellent benefits. Read More 

Can Used Forklift Batteries Help Turn Your Home Into A Survival Compound?

6 June 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you're like many Americans, concerns about environmental disasters like earthquakes and floods -- as well as economic factors like recession or depression -- could lead you to amp up your own emergency preparedness. Storing enough food and water to get you through a few months without access to public services can put you ahead of many of your neighbors, while stockpiling fuel and ammunition can put you in an even safer place. Read More