3 Consequences of Anode Overprotection

Magnesium and aluminium sacrificial anodes help to protect the metal parts of a boat from the effects of corrosion caused by the exposure to water. This risk of corrosion and damage is why it is important to protect the metal parts of your boat with anodes. However, it is also possible to overprotect your boat. Overprotection occurs when the surface area of the aluminium or magnesium anodes too large compared to the metal material the anode is protecting. Read More 

Online Recruitment And How To Find The Best Candidates

Online recruitment has exploded in recent years, with more and more recruitment companies turning to the Internet to attract the best talent. There are many benefits of using online recruitment from both a time and cost perspective, and with its far reaching capabilities, you will also be able to target a wider audience by advertising job vacancies online. However, there is much more to online recruitment than simply posting a job vacancy and waiting for the right candidates to come to you. Read More 

4 Things to Consider When Turning a Shipping Container Into a Storage Shed

Shipping containers don't just need to be used for shipping. Creative people are buying shipping containers and turning them into everything from granny flats to tiny homes. If you just need a bit of extra storage, you may want to consider using an old shipping container into a garden shed. To make the most of your new shed, you may want to consider the following elements: 1. Service Doors You want to be able to get in and out of the shed quickly, and shipping containers aren't made for easy, convenient entry. Read More 

3 Reasons to Hire Qualified Line Marking Contractors for Your Commercial Parking Space

If you have a commercial property, and you want to improve its parking space, you will need to hire specialists, rather than do it yourself. The professionals will create various directional lines in the parking space, which will designate handicapped spaces, parking slots, out-of-bound spaces, and traffic flow routes. Line marking will improve the aesthetic value of your property, and make it look organized, and clean when compared to a plain concrete paving. Read More