How to Deal with Epoxy Flooring Damage in a Busy Parking Garage

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Epoxy flooring is very popular in a commercial parking garage as it is known for its durability. It’ll improve the facility’s aesthetic appeal, which may be important from a branding perspective, and it also has anti-slip characteristics, being very resistant to moisture. However, it can be prone to damage, and if you’re dealing with some of this in your existing facility, what’s the best approach to take in order to rectify it?…

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Salt Damp: A Guide

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This article explores the cause of salt damp and the impact it can have on a property. Read on to find out more. Salt damp in buildings Salt is highly soluble in water. When groundwater mixes with salt, it can penetrate deep inside the structure of a building. The leading cause of salt damp is a damaged damp-proof course. A damp-proof course that has been compromised will allow salty water and moisture to enter the walls of your property.…

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Essential Safety Practices for Commercial Asbestos Disposal

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Asbestos and asbestos-containing materials (ACM) are considered highly hazardous and carcinogenic, and that is why any detected ACM must be removed from any commercial facility. According to Australian authorities, any waste containing more than 0.1 per cent of asbestos is considered hazardous material; therefore, it must be removed and disposed of appropriately. However, since asbestos does not breakdown easily, you must observe careful disposal practices. The practices might appear subtle, but the importance should not be underestimated.…

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