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Mezzanine Floors and Flooring – The Advantages

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 04:29:42 CST

It is now even more important for businesses to make the best use of the space in their buildings whether that means renting out areas or maximising space eliminating the need to move premises.

The Mack Group, LLC Reports Impressive Safety Record for 2008

Wed, 11 Mar 2009 21:00:00 CDT

The MACK Group is proud to announce that the 2008 year was a year of non-recordable OSHA incidents. Due to this impressive safety record, The Mack Group has been able to maintain an EMR rating of below 1.0. This safety record was accomplished through the dedication to safety and teamwork of our employees, subcontractors and clients.

Mold Dogs are Unprofessional

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

When you go to hire a professional company that deals with mold contaminations, there are a few different things that you need to look for to determine whether or not the company is actually professional or not. Do they use the most modern methods of mold detection and cleaning? Do they wear protective gear? What kind of gear do they wear? Body suits? Respirators? And this is perhaps one of the most important questions of all: do they use animals to detect the presence of mold in your home?

The simple fact is that companies that use dogs to detect mold in a home or business are not professionals.

Personal Protective Equipment for Mold Repair Jobs

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

When you are needing to kill and remove mold from your household, you will want and need equipment that will both make the job easier and help protect you from the dangers of mold exposure. You might feel as though you have been exposed to the mold living in your home for quite a while now and that it probably will not do you much more damage to just go through the remediation without any safety equipment, but you will be wrong about that.

Mold Remediation Respirators

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

When you are working on killing or removing the mold from a building, the equipment that you will need to safely do this job can vary just a bit, depending on the size of the area you are trying to treat. You might just need some cloths, mold killing chemicals, rubber gloves, and a light respirator if it is just a surface infection like on a countertop or on a vinyl floor.

Mold Causes Valley Fever in the Southwest

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

There is a mold that exists in the southwestern United States, different areas of South America, and the deserts of Mexico that the majority of people are not aware of when they visit the area. The people the most at risk for coming into contact with this mold are construction workers and archeologists, because they dig around in the soil where this mold tends to be found.

Dangerous Mold in the Desert

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

It might not have occurred to you, but mold can exist even in some of the hottest climates, such as parts of the southwestern United States. Just because this mold can exist there, however, does not mean that it is not a danger to human beings. People who live in the deserts of the southwestern U.S. might not think that they are in any danger from mold due to the high temperatures and lack of rain, but the fact is that these areas are in just as much danger of mold and water damage as areas that get more rain and have more life-friendly temperatures.

Your Laptop and Water Damage

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

Putting a laptop and a soft drink onto the same surface is almost taboo to most people who own a laptop computer, even though most people who are at their computers or laptops for several hours a day will tell you that it is quite difficult to put in a full day's work at the computer and not eat and drink almost at the same time.

I keep a drink near me at all times and fortunately I have never spilled anything onto my beloved laptop, but there are many incidents where others have.

Salvaging Watery Electronics

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

People say that electronic devices are sensitive to water and water damage, but this is only half true. Most people are almost certain that if they drop an electronic device into water or spill water on one that it is pretty much toast.

What they do not typically understand is the fact that it is not the water alone that does the damage to the device, but it is the electricity running through it that causes the device to become unusable.

Your Laptop Hates Water

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 02:00:00 CDT

To anyone who owns a laptop, getting a soft drink or a glass of water anywhere near it is probably taboo, but if you are like me, then you probably keep something to drink near by at all times. You'd "rather be risk it" than go thirsty, but this does not always have to be the case. While getting your laptop wet in any way can seriously damage it, there are ways to save it if you do happen to spill your drink or anything else onto the keyboard and subsequently, onto the hard drive, and etcetera.