711, 2021

Secondary Containment Requirements: Explained

By |November 7th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Grasping the concepts behind the secondary containment requirements can be challenging. The precepts for secondary containment are mandated by both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), so it can be hard to pinpoint an exact definition.

To begin, we need to identify what is secondary containment. Then, you need […]

711, 2021

What are the Different Types of Industrial Coatings?

By |November 7th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Everything we have to offer on industrial epoxy coatings and more.

711, 2021

The Growing Medford Cannabis Market

By |November 7th, 2021|News|0 Comments

As more and more states begin to legalize recreational cannabis use along with a push toward federal legalization taking place, cannabis manufacturers and dispensaries have seen their business grow exponentially over the last year and a half since the pandemic.

With lockdowns taking place in 2020, many consumers found themselves spending more time at home and […]

711, 2021

Using Clear Greenhouse Plastic and Black and White Light Deprivation Plastic

By |November 7th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Surprisingly enough, plants don’t always need light. In fact, some plants need a specific amount of darkness throughout the day to experience optimal growth. With that being said, not all plastic coverings are created equal. Choosing to cover your greenhouse with clear reinforced plastic can be great if you’re trying to reduce your crop’s exposure […]

711, 2021

A Quick Guide to Bridge Rehabilitation

By |November 7th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Most of America's bridges are built with steel, and every decade or so they have to be cleaned and repainted.

2910, 2021

What are the Different Scaffolding Types?

By |October 29th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Unless you’re in the construction scaffolding business, you may be unaware of the variety of scaffolding types. While all scaffolding styles have the same purpose—to allow workers to access multiple levels of a construction site—the types of scaffolding materials and designs can vary drastically.

What is Scaffolding?

If you’re researching “what is scaffolding” and “types of scaffolding,” […]

204, 2021

How to Understand OSHA Scaffolding Requirements

By |April 2nd, 2021|News|0 Comments

Building scaffolds are a commonly overlooked workplace hazard. No matter how thoroughly a qualified worker has erected the scaffolding, they still pose several risks at a job site. From falling debris to human slip and falls, workers and employers should always use scaffolds cautiously. To minimize the risks associated with these structures, the Occupational Safety […]

1803, 2020

Useful Ways to Use Shrink Wrap in Everyday Life

By |March 18th, 2020|News|0 Comments

Do shortcuts and tips for reducing clutter and chaos make you giddy? Are you all about organization and efficiency, running your household like a well-oiled machine? When someone shares a technique for simplifying things do you wonder, “why didn’t I think of that?” If you said “yes” in response to any of these questions, you are a life hacker and you are going to love this post. Life can be hard. Make it easier with these 11 life hacks using shrink wrap at home.

903, 2020

Winter Greenhouse

By |March 9th, 2020|News|0 Comments

For some, winter is the time to pack it up and pack it in, leaving behind notions of new growth until spring comes with its warmth and light. If you live in a cold climate with heavy snow and limited sunlight, the harsh realities of winter make it impossible to grow anything outdoors. That’s why countless growers are using the winter season to their advantage by moving their operations indoors. Greenhouse gardening in winter can turn those previously barren months into bountiful times of harvest. Here are five tips for getting the most from your greenhouse in a winter climate.

403, 2020

How to Keep Animals out of Your Garden

By |March 4th, 2020|News|0 Comments

Gardening is one of the healthiest hobbies you can choose. It provides exercise, lowers blood pressure, and relieves stress. Gardening keeps you active and gets you outside to breathe in fresh air and feel sunlight on your skin. If you grow edibles, your garden directly contributes to a healthier diet, improving your life in many ways. Gardeners work hard to savor the fruits of their labors. There is nothing more frustrating to a gardener than having animals come in and eat the vegetables, dig up the plants, and wreak havoc on a gorgeous garden. If you want to know how to keep animals out of your garden for good, keep reading!