Why Elevators Don't Plunge

Elevators are an easy way for people to travel between several floors of buildings very quickly. There are some minor hazards that can arise when using an elevator, but they almost never plunge a car full of people down the shaft and into the dark abyss. If you've ever wondered why this type of accident is so rare, it's all thanks to the use of an advanced brake and cabling system that's found in almost all modern buildings and their elevator systems. [Read More]

How Your Demolition Services Can Teach Other Industries New Things

As a demolition contractor, your business is pretty straightforward. You blow things up and tear them down. When somebody contracts you and your team to remove a building, that is what you do. However, there are many other uses for your talents. If you are not sure what other jobs you could take on as a demolitions contractor, check out the following: Demolition and Other Industries Firefighters learn by doing. Explosions often create fires, and firefighters are the first on the scene to put out those fires. [Read More]

The Pros And Cons Of A Tankless Water Heating System

If you're in the market for a new water heating system, you've no doubt heard of, and likely been intrigued by, the new tankless systems. Unlike the traditional water storage tank that heats water 24/7 and holds it ready for use in the bathroom, to wash dishes or to do laundry, a tankless system heats water on demand via a labyrinth of super-heated coils. While there are many advantages to such a system, a tankless water heater isn't the right choice for every family. [Read More]

Take Care Of All Of Your HVAC Needs With A Heat Pump

If you live in a temperate region, you might have to contend with high heat during the summer and cold during the winter. This means that you have to have systems in your home to both heat and cool your home. The most common approach to meeting these needs is to install a furnace to heat your home and an AC system to cool your home. As long as you live in a relatively temperate area, you could use a heat pump to take care of both your heating and cooling needs. [Read More]