Talking About Safety On Construction Sites

How To Remove A Vehicle Dent With A Stud Welder Gun

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Stud welding is a type of flash or heat welding that occurs between a fastener and a nut, and many construction professionals use stud welding guns to attach two pieces of metal together quickly. Stud welding guns can be used by homeowners or residential consumers as well, and one of the most common uses involves dent repair. Large automobile dents are often repaired at home with the use of drills, and a plunger can be slipped through the drill hole to pull out substantial indentations.…

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Duct, Duct, Loose: Leaks In Your Ductwork Is No Kid's Game! Learn How To Seal Ductwork And Improve Your Heater's Efficiency

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If you notice that your home isn’t heating as well as it used to, you may be tempted to assume that there is something wrong with your furnace. While that is possible, there is a more likely cause. Your ductwork may be leaking hot air into unused areas of your home. According to ENERGY STAR, you may be losing 20 to 30 percent of the heat forced through your ductwork due to holes, leaks and poorly sealed joints.…

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4 Warning Signs Of A Weak Roof

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Your roof is the overhead support of your house. Without your roof, you would be subject to all sorts of natural maladies. Everything from strong weather to bugs to debris and foliage could make a destructive mess of your house if it were not for your roof! Thankfully, your roof is there, above head, doing its job well. Or is it? It could be the case that you have a weak roof, and that any moment, it could suffer from anything from a leak to that most dreaded of roof problems: total collapse.…

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