An industrial building on fire

The 4 Best Materials for Industrial Fireproofing

Industrial fireproofing is critical for safeguarding property and people. Protecting the structural components of a building during a fire is crucial, making fireproofing an essential aspect of construction. Why do buildings need to be fireproofed? Why you’d fireproof a building may seem obvious, but here are three of the most essential reasons: Compliance with safety […]

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Industrial Fire Hazards: Identifying Potential Risks

Fires can have devastating effects on industrial facilities, putting people’s lives and valuable assets at risk. That’s why it’s crucial to understand the potential fire hazards in these settings. So, we’ll explore the importance of identifying risks and how fireproofing can help protect industrial facilities. Common Causes of Industrial Fires Industrial facilities are susceptible to

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Mold Remediation vs. Mold Removal: What’s the Difference?

Dealing with mold issues is crucial for a healthy living environment. However, many people are left asking, “What is the difference between mold remediation and mold removal?” With that in mind, we’ll take a look at the key differences between these two terms. And we’ll help you understand why mold remediation is the comprehensive solution

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What Do Home Inspectors Look for in Louisiana?

Buying a home is a significant investment, likely one of the largest you will ever make. Therefore, it’s crucial to obtain as much information as possible about the property’s condition and any potential major repairs before finalizing the purchase.  Home inspections are conducted by licensed and certified home inspectors from LSBHI. They help reduce the

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What You Should Know About Blown-In Cellulose Insulation

If you’re planning to insulate an enclosed wall or an attic in an existing building, the most common type of insulation you’ll use is loose-fill cellulose insulation, which is often installed through a process called blow-in insulation.  While blown-in fiberglass and fiberglass batts are also commonly used for attic insulation, when it comes to enclosed

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