Company NewsPro-Line Construction Materials Ltd.2019-12-13T21:24:53+00:00
Construction projects can be a nightmare if they are not meticulously planned. In addition to managing your workers, you need to stay on top of inventory to make sure the entire process runs smoothly. After all, the last thing any construction contractor wants to be known for is overrunning on time and budget. If you are looking to boost your material management strategy, here are some handy tips to organize your construction supplies. 2318
Choosing the right roofing material supplier for residential, commercial, or industrial construction can be overwhelming. With many options at your fingertips, you will want to pick the one that best fits your budget and structural design. For reliable protection and lasting comfort for years to come, read on to learn what you should expect from quality roofing material suppliers. 2200
Did you know that insulating your building can cut your energy bills in half? Whether it be for a home, warehouse, or office building, adding insulation is key to boosting the efficiency of your heating and cooling activity. Before you decide which product is the right choice for you, here are the most common insulation materials, their thermal resistance or R-value, and what they can bring to your project. 2187
Henry/Bakor Pumadeq Training Thanks to all our Contractors for attending the Pumadeq training. Great turnout and Pro-Line appreciates everyone’s time commitment to promote new products in our industry. Looking forward to seeing everyone in action on site in the coming months.
There’s a joke that goes, “I was blasting my music the other day and my neighbour liked it so much, he threw a brick through my window to hear it better.” You probably don’t want to be that guy. Many of us have had the experience of hearing from our neighbours in ways that we don’t want—dogs barking, children crying, spouses arguing. Maybe your neighbours are hard-of-hearing and turn up the volume on their TV or radio. Whatever the source, sound does not respect boundaries, nor does it care about your desire to get work done or go to sleep. But what can you do about sound, other than using earplugs? As it turns out, you can do something, and it doesn’t even involve confronting your neighbour, calling the police, or cranking up your own music to drown other noises out. All it takes is some help from acoustic insulation suppliers. 1980