Considering Swapping A Contemporary Engine Into Your Classic Muscle Car? Don’t Forget To Budget For Supporting Modifications

No matter how much of an old-school purist you are, you can't deny that contemporary engines offer a multitude of benefits compared to the stock engines found in classic muscle cars. The most important difference is that American muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s all rolled out of the factory with carbureted engines. Modern fuel-injected engines with electronic control units are much more fuel efficient and they produce far less emissions. Read More 

Make Caring For Your New Kona Coffee Farm Easier And More Productive

Managing a Kona coffee farm can be very lucrative, but if it isn't set up for optimal production and convenience, you may find it tough to carve out a living as a coffee farmer. Here are a few things you can do to make caring for your new Kona coffee farm easier and more productive: Install Electric Valve Actuators If you have multiple watering systems on your farm, consider installing electric valve actuators on them to make watering your coffee trees easy and convenient. Read More 

4 Considerations When Hiring A Crane Service

If you've never needed a crane service, such as American Equipment Inc, before, knowing what to look for can seem like a daunting task. Whether it's a demolition, construction, utilities, or oil and gas task, chances are a crane operating service will help make the work much easier. Many companies will offer cranes and other heavy equipment for rent, but consumers need to know specifically which machines will get the job done. Read More 

Choosing Reclaimed Brick Supplies for Your Construction Project

If you've been thinking about re-facing the siding on your home with brick, there are a few things that you should consider. Before you invest in brand-new supplies, you may want to think about using reclaimed brick instead. Reclaimed brick is reused from other projects and places. This reduces the production demand and makes use of solid supplies that still have a significant usable life. If you've never heard of recycling brick, you may be surprised at what you can find. Read More 

How to Reduce Electrical Hazards in Your Metal-Fab Shop

In order to make sure health and safety standards are held high in metal-fabrication shops, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) works diligently to by providing training, education, outreach, and assistance as well as enforcing standards. OSHA will visit metal-fabrication shops and other businesses to conduct safety inspections and write up citations for situations in which regulations are not met and employee safety is at stake. One of the biggest areas that OSHA cites companies for is electrical hazards. Read More