Three Ways To Incorporate Steel Into Your Soho Loft Renovation

If you're planning a complete renovation of your SoHo loft, and you're a bit tired of the classic brick look, then consider using steel. While exposed brick was all the rage in NYC lofts during the 70s and 80s, there are now lots of design alternatives. One particularly interesting material to use is high end residential steel. It fits in with the historic nature of the NYC lofts (it conjures up the old industry that many loft spaces were originally used for). Read More 

3 Troubleshooting Tips For Your Seamer

To avoid contamination, it is imperative that the canning process is seamless, regardless of the materials that are being used. When your seamer is the source of issues you are experiencing, you can perform basic troubleshooting to potentially resolve the issue. Here are some potential problems you could face with your seamer and tips to solve them.   Low-Rated Wrinkling The wrinkling rate of the cans indicate how tightly sealed they are. Read More 

Five Good Reasons To Choose Soapstone Countertops

If you're remodelling your kitchen (or building a new kitchen), one of the most important decisions you have to make is what type of countertop you want to install. You'll see everything from laminate to natural stone to engineered surfaces to concrete. One of the materials you may not have considered, but should, is soapstone. Soapstone is a natural material that is created by years of heat and pressure and found primarily in areas where tectonic plates collide. Read More 

3 Tips To Cut Welding Costs In Your Factory

Welding might be a necessity in your factory, but this does not mean that it's not expensive and that the cost does not have an effect on your business. Fortunately, there are a few different ways that you can keep costs to a minimum. These are a few things that you might want to try if you feel as if your business is spending too much money on welding. 1. Consider Outsourcing Read More 

3 Home Projects That A Welding Professional Can Help You With

When you think about sheet metal fabricators, you might assume that their services are designed for commercial or industrial applications. However, even though many welding professionals do help business owners with their welding needs, they can provide at-home services for homeowners like you as well. These are a few different home projects that a welding professional can assist you with. 1. Repairing an Iron Fence An iron fence can be a beautiful addition to any property, and it can be great for your security needs as well. Read More