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Bailey Orion Caravan - Quirky or a Design Classic in the Making?

08th July 2011
With the prospect of a warm weekend, Shield Total Insurance, the caravan insurance specialist, asked its resident caravan tester to check out the latest offering from the UK touring caravan manufacturer Bailey of Bristol and their Bailey Orion 450/5 5 ber... Read >
Author: Iain Macdonald

Stainless Steel Industrial Fasteners: The Best Choice For Construction

19th May 2011
In the brave new world of innovative building design and construction methods stainless steel industrial fasteners are vital for building projects. There are a number of reasons stainless steel fasteners are the best choice. Stainless steel fasteners are ... Read >
Author: Harriet Wilson

Focus on Plutonic Power Corporation (TSX:PCC) Shaw Capital Management News

16th March 2011
Plutonic Power Corporation develops environmentally friendly run-of river hydro projects in British Columbia. Now before we get into the specifics on this one, let's first answer the question: What is run-of-river hydro? Plutonic defines it quite we... Read >
Author: shawcapitalnews

Why Mike Holmes Likes Spray Foam Insulation

01st February 2011
Mike Holmes is a Canadian professional contractor who has gained notoriety for his television show Holmes on Homes in which he rescues homeowners from devastating renovation failures. He educates his viewers on proper construction methods, products and bu... Read >
Author: Mark Munns

The Difference Between General Contractors and Subcontractors

13th August 2010
The Difference between General Contractors and Subcontractors When considering a construction project, an important factor contributing to its success is the people you hire to help complete the project. General contractors and subcontractors can be h... Read >
Author: macmillan

Is Trenchless Technology The 'Greenest' Solution to Construction?

12th July 2010
Trenchless Technology is progressively accepted worldwide as being more efficient, less disruptive, environmentally friendly and more cost effective than traditional methods. With the overriding benefit of installed trenchless systems developing and matur... Read >
Author: Exchange Street

Operating A Successful Commercial Construction Business

02nd August 2009
Not everyone has what it takes to start and run a business. A large amount of time has to be devoted in the beginning and throughout the first few years; some beginning business owners work late into the night to get things up and keep them running. One o... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Contemporary homeowner choices: Fiberglass vs. Wood doors

12th May 2009
Homeowners who are upgrading, or building a home, must deal with an enormous number of choices. A sole but principal choice among these is the kind of front door to put in. The front entry way to a house is vital in presenting the style and look, and shou... Read >
Author: vstanford

Small Trimaran: Wood vs GRP Construction

15th October 2008
Should you build a small trimaran with wood or fiberglass? Building a trimaran with fiberglass, a.k.a. Glass-reinforced plastic, seems like the way to go for larger boats. But I still like smaller trimarans built with wood. First, lets talk about what ... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

2 Fast Trimaran Sailing Canoes For the Do-It-Yourselfer

08th September 2008
If you research fast sailing canoes on the web, the name Gary Dierking is going to come up. It's inevitable. Why? Because Gary is not only an authority on these types of watercraft, he wrote a popular book that can be found on Amazon and a host of o... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio
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