Moving Toward a More Eco-Friendly Cement

Moving Toward a More Eco-Friendly Cement

By Jason Spangler in Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Second only to water, concrete is the earth’s most highly utilized material. It’s estimated that on a global scale, we use more than 25 billion tons of new concrete annually—more than three tons of concrete per person. As China, India and other countries continue to industrialize, global use of concrete will only grow. Why does […]

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Frank Lumber Company: Finding a Profitable Niche

By Tony Morgan in Industry Information for Lumber Companies & Kiln Dryers | 0 Comment

Located in Mill City, Oregon, Frank Lumber Co., Inc. has a long history of manufacturing high-quality products. “Frank Lumber got its start in the late 1930s on the North Fork of the Santiam River where my uncle, A.J. Frank, was in business,” explained Clement Frank, Quality Control Manager since 1989. “A.J. moved the company to […]

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How Long Does It Take to Acclimate Hardwood Flooring?

By Larry Loffer in Moisture Meters Wood Division Knowledge Base Flooring | 33 Comments

There is a common misconception among contractors that if you bring wood flooring into the workplace and let it sit for a few days, it will acclimate properly and be ready to install. This is a big mistake that costs flooring contractors time and money. What Is Wood Floor Acclimation? According to the National Wood […]

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