5 Ways Composite Rebar Beats Steel for Cement Flatwork Reinforcement

5 Ways Composite Rebar Beats Steel for Cement Flatwork Reinforcement

Cement flatwork doesn't always require the use of rebar reinforcement, but the advantages of improved strength and increased longevity are compelling reasons for contractors to include it. The average contractor will likely turn to steel rebar for this purpose, being an easily accessible material, not realizing there are superior options on the market.

3 High-Quality Material Options for Your Floating Dock

3 High-Quality Material Options for Your Floating Dock

Floating docks are versatile and easy to gain access to either the water or a boat from. Floating docks don't submerge during storms where flooding occurs nor do they leave you feet above water level during dry seasons. Better yet, floating docks are simple enough to install for professional marine contractors and can be removed from the body of water for winter storage in regions where freezing occurs.

Protect Your Crops from Deer Damage with Perimeter Fencing

Protect Your Crops from Deer Damage with Perimeter Fencing

Growing and maintaining agricultural fields, no matter what the crop, can be an incredibly rewarding experience. However, every farmer out there has likely experienced the frustration of dealing with pests trying to take advantage of their hard work. Deer in particular can cause a substantial amount of damage. During the growing season a typical adult deer will eat anywhere from 6 to 10 pounds of food per day, making the issue of how to best keep them at bay a popular topic in the ag industry.