Mistakes to Avoid when Choosing Balustrades for your Home

Posted on: 28 June 2017
The stairway, balcony and terrace are unique features that can add or eliminate gloom in your home. As such, selecting a balustrade for the stairway or balcony should be considered an important task because of the amount of money involved in the design and development. The fact that balustrades could be made from different materials makes the selection process a daunting exercise. Add this to the vast array of balustrade designs available, and you are spoilt for choice.
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Selecting the Right Type of Sacrificial Anode for Your Boating Adventures

Posted on: 18 June 2017
If you're planning a life on the ocean wave and are relatively new to the marine world, you need to learn more about the exciting subject of corrosion. It's an unfortunate part of life here, but the good news is that you can use "sacrificial" anodes in order to keep such corrosion at bay. What do you need to know about the risk and how you can deal with it?
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5 Essentials to Cover at Your Annual Body Corporate Management Meeting

Posted on: 22 May 2017
If you own property in a shared situation such as a strata community, a group of retailers in a shared space, a condo building or a similar type of arrangement, a body corporate management group will oversee a lot of aspects of your community. In most cases, this group will have regular meetings, but at least once a year, you should have a comprehensive annual meeting to which all community members are invited.
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What to Ask Before Investing in a Truck-Mounted Attenuator

Posted on: 15 April 2016
Before investing in a truck-mounted attenuator, or bump truck as they're often called, you want to ensure you choose the right type for your road crew or construction company. Those attenuators may look alike to you, but they have different features and capabilities. Since they're a big investment, you want to ensure you choose the right features for your needs. Note a few things to ask and cover with a sales agent before you opt for a truck-mounted attenuator.
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