Today, slate is understood as asbestos-cement sheets made of Portland cement with the introduction of asbestos fibers into it. The history of slate dates back more than a century, and during this time it has become a very common building material. At one time this is the most commonly used type of roof, although today it is gradually being displaced by other materials. However, the scope of slate is still quite wide, which makes the business of its production a very promising direction.
Slate production has several competitive manufactures, which can greatly affect entry into the market at first. Today, other materials are often installed as a roof, considering slate to be obsolete and unsafe material. In fact, like all other types of roofing, asbestos-cement sheets have their advantages and disadvantages, and it is impossible to say that they are clearly worse than their alternatives. If only Continue reading
In the field of construction business, there are several areas that are available even with a small amount of start-up investments, that is, those that can be attributed to small business. One of these areas is the provision of welding services, this can be done by an entrepreneur almost alone, having relatively small capacities. However, you need to understand that in this direction there are usually many other companies that specialize exclusively in welding, in general the level of competition is usually quite high, even in small cities there will be many other companies that are engaged only in welding or an even larger list of additional services, including complex construction work. In this regard, it makes sense to think about opening a company that deals not only with welding, but also with some other work, this will allow you to earn income from several sources at once. Continue reading
My home is my castle. Housing is one of the basic human needs. The house of the first person was a cave, then a hut. Today we live in comfortable apartments and individual households. It would seem that many centuries of evolution have created an insurmountable gulf between modern ancient houses and they can have nothing in common. However, there are still more similarities than might seem at first glance. And one of them is heat. In the cold, man – today, like thirty thousand years ago – is uncomfortable. A strong and prolonged cold could well be a threat to life. For this reason, we try to warm our home. In the cave, a fire was a means of heating. Over time, heating systems have evolved. There were fireplaces melted with coal and firewood. There was steam heating. Today, water heating is most often used; electric heaters can also be used as additional heat sources. Continue reading