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The Future of Flooring

When I replaced the flooring in my home recently, I was surprised to find out that one of the options available to me was a cork floor. I’d always thought of cork as nothing more than the way to top off a bottle of wine. However, it turns out that cork is a great flooring option. It has many of the benefits of hardwood, but the texture and give of the material also adds some of the benefits of carpeting. I decided to start a blog about flooring so that I could share some of the benefits of interesting and lesser-known flooring options. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you only have a few choices. There are lots of great directions you can take with your home flooring that will perfectly suit your home and your needs.

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Squirrels can be a lot of fun to watch as they scamper through the yard gathering nuts and raiding bird feeders, but they aren't fun when the scamper inside. When they enter your home, they can do more than make annoying noises in the wall or attic. They can chew through your electrical wiring, shorting out lines and posing a danger of fire. If you suspect you have squirrels in your attic and are worried about your electrical wiring, you will need to locate and rid your attic of squirrels before cleaning up their mess and take measures to protect your wiring from future critters. Read More 

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When treating steels to improve their hardness and strength, two quench and tempering processes stand above the crowd: austempering and martempering. Austempering basically involves tempering carbon steel in molten salt solutions between 500 and 800 degrees Fahrenheit into a product known as bainite, whereas martempering involves tempering carbon steel in hot oil between 350 and 450 degrees Fahrenheit into a product known as martensite. While both tempering processes will yield reasonably decent results, austempering carbon steel into bainite for pipe manufacturing purposes has some advantages over martempering the steel into martensite instead. Read More