3 Factors That New Steel Business Owners Should Consider for Boosting Sales

Posted on: 24 January 2018

Steel is used in many industries in Australia. According to experts, several sectors will see growth over the next couple of years—for instance, in non-residential building, infrastructure and the specialty steel products sector. If you own a steel supply business, then you need to take advantage of the projected developments. However, you have to be strategic and take precautions when operating a steel supply business because the price of steel is volatile.
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4 Things You Should Consider When Hiring a Generator

Posted on: 16 November 2017

Hiring a generator should be top of the list if you are looking forward to holding an outdoor event or handling a professional project that requires power.  If you have to use machines or appliances that require power, you will most likely need a generator. There are several considerations to look into before settling on any given generator. The following are some key considerations before hiring a generator. 1. Your power needs
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Nuclear Fallout: Is the Land You Plan to Buy Contaminated?

Posted on: 2 October 2017

If you are considering buying a piece of land in rural Australia, you may not think that you need to worry about the effect of nuclear fallout or radiation. However, there is a chance that you do. Many Australians are not aware of the fact that the British government carried out a series of nuclear tests on Australian land between 1952 and 1957. The tests were carried out at Emu Field, Maralinga and on the Monte Bello Islands.
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Adding Square Footage to Your Home Through Underpinning Services

Posted on: 1 September 2017

In the past, basements were not thought of as actual living spaces. In fact, they acted as a storage area for timber and coal to heat the home and get homeowners through the biting cold of winter. That was then. Today, the basement acts a feature room in various homes, and most buyers are willing to spend extra on a home with a livable basement. So, for existing homeowners with low basements who wish to add square footage to their home by digging down instead of building up, basement underpinning is the ideal solution.
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