Key Points to Know about the Asbestos Survey Inspection

If you are purchasing an abandoned industrial building, the chances for asbestos may be fairly high. This means you need to have an asbestos survey. This type of survey is usually part of the pre-purchase building inspection. If you have never dealt with this kind of inspection, here are a few key points you need to know.  Visual Versus Tangible Testing The main point to understand about your asbestos survey is that visual surveys are not enough. [Read More]

Top Signs That You Have Found a Great Used Forklift to Purchase

You might have decided that you want to purchase a forklift, and you might have even decided that you are interested in buying a used forklift. If this is the case, then you could have started checking out some of the used forklifts that are out there in an effort to find one that is right for you. These are a few top signs that you have found a great used forklift to purchase for your business. [Read More]

3 Critical Signs Your Dry-Type Transformer Is Failing and Requires Urgent Repairs

Transformers are crucial in powering and supporting most workplace operations. That's why every business owner must remain proactive when it comes to transformer repairs or replacement. A faulty cast resin distribution transformer can halt many business functions and result in costly downtime. However, you can prevent all that by conducting a thorough evaluation, proper maintenance, and timely repairs of the unit.  When conducting transformer assessment, the presence of the following signs will mean the unit is due for repairs or replacement. [Read More]

A Guide On How To Raise Your Home

Do you intend to raise your house? It could be that you intend to build a basement, renovate or install a new foundation. Here are some considerations to make when raising your home.  Inspect The House  Inspect the house to determine the viability of your project. For instance, check whether you need to disconnect utilities such as water, gas and power before raising your house. Check whether your house needs repairs before you raise the structure. [Read More]