Dust Hog Pro Introduces Innovative New Product

“Now more than ever, taking precautions to minimize the spread of airborne particulates in any indoor environment is essential for owners, specifiers and contractors alike,” said Scott Banda, chief commercial officer for Dust Hog Pro LLC. “The Dust Hog® is the ultimate dust reducing, vacuum attachment tool… and, we have test data to prove it!”

This breakthrough solution was invented by a professional contractor and thoroughly field-tested and refined over the past year to ensure durability and performance. “Made in the USA” of high-visibility, rugged, polypropylene plastic, the Dust Hog® fits most mixing containers including 1, 5, 30 and 50 gallon pails and drums.

The Dust Hog® is ideal when mixing cement, mortar, joint compound, stucco and other powdered materials on commercial and residential jobsites. Simply insert the vacuum hose of most shop vacuums into the Dust Hog®, hang the unit on the rim of the mixing container, turn on the vacuum and begin mixing. A one-minute video is available on the company’s website at www.dusthogpro.com, which succinctly explains the product’s benefits and usage instructions.

“The Dust Hog ® utilizes our proprietary Vortex Suction Technology™ to create a high-velocity, circular air current throughout the mixing container,” added Banda. “Its patent-pending design has been specifically engineered with dual intake ports extending below the container rim, greatly enhancing vacuum suction performance.”

The company offers complete test data from an independent laboratory, backing up all impressive claims (which is available on its website). Also available is a 3-part, architectural specification for jobsites that require more thorough documentation.

The Dust Hog® may be purchased individually, in cases of six or in pallet quantities. The company is actively seeking distribution channel partners globally to help protect the many professionals in our industry as well as building occupants from the hazards of mixing powdered materials indoors.


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iQ Power Tools wins Innovation Award 2nd Time
iQ Power Tools, manufacturer of premium power tools with integrated dust collection systems, received an award for its iQ228CYCLONE at the 8th Annual Pro Tool Innovation Awards (PTIA). This is the second year in a row the company has received this prestigious award.
Moreno Valley, California, September 25, 2020 – Judges consisting of contractors, construction business owners, tradesmen, and media professionals voted on the most innovative construction and outdoor power equipment industry products in the world. This year, 78 different manufacturers and brands submitted over 320 products in dozens of categories for a chance to take home a 2020 Pro Tool Innovation Award.
PTIA judges stated about the iQ228CYCLONE, “iQ Power Tools has a heavy focus on creating dust collection second to none and turning wet-cutting applications into dry-cutting ones. Having been impressed by the quality and performance of their original dry cut tile saw, a smaller benchtop version makes it even more portable. It combines the same incredible dust collection with a smaller 7-inch saw that’s common on jobsites.”
Paul Guth, iQ’s President commented, “Our entire team was quite excited to learn that the iQ228CYCLONE was a winner. With the iQ228CYCLONE being the newest member of our dry-cut saw collection, what a great way to introduce this 7” bench-top saw… with an Innovation Award!”
Sarah Hurtado, iQ’s Marketing & Communications Manager added, “Winning this award two years in a row is a great honor. As a smaller company, we’re keeping up with, and even surpassing, the ‘big dogs’ of the industry via innovative, well thought-out products. Like David and Goliath, ours is an ongoing story about the proverbial underdog going against all the odds… and being victorious!”
Guth concluded, “Product Innovation is vital to who we are as a company. At iQ, innovation allows us to not only build tough power tools, but to do so while developing ways to actually make a difference in our industry. We are grateful to be recognized for manufacturing products that contribute to safer job sites, healthier work practices, and a more sustainable construction industry.”
iQ Power Tools manufactures a comprehensive range of premium power tools with integrated dust collection systems for the concrete, masonry, hardscape and tile sectors. The company was founded by third-generation masons Joel and Paul Guth, who have logged over 30 years each in the masonry industry. Decades of experience taught them about dust problems; their company started out creating tools to solve their own problems only to realize these same issues affected all contractors’… mess, money and a threat to the health and safety of the industry. iQ Power Tools envisions a future where their innovation helps create a 100% dust free environment: jobsites are safer, work practices are healthier… and, the construction industry becomes even more sustainable. www.iQPowerTools.com
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5 Trends In Medical Building Construction

Advancements in the medical industry do not only refer to the release of recent researches that promotes the use of CBD, or perhaps, the ban of surgical-powdered gloves. Apart from lab research, it also involves the development of medical architecture. Something that makes the lab research effective and usable.

Note that medical architecture does not only comprise hospitals and clinics. There’s a wide variety of medical buildings ranging from nursing homes to imaging and radiology treatment centers. These even include the Mental Health and Addiction treatment centers as well as Diabetes education centers.

With that said, the advancements in all these medical buildings directly impact the up-gradation of the healthcare industry. And hence, for all those associated with this industry, it is important to keep yourself well-aware of trending practices and upgrades. For the very reason, we compiled this post for you, wherein you can discover the top 5 trends in medical building construction. So, let’s get straight into the subject.

1.    Robotics & Other Advanced Technologies

Technological advancements have dominated every field of the world to maximize efficiency and conserve resources. Hence, it was inevitable for them to become a medical building construction trend sooner or later.

Perhaps, the most innovative trend is the usage of robotics, such as drones. These drones, also called Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), enable the construction teams to survey the on-site tasks accurately. Plus, it assists in dangerous accident prevention and increases safety in the work atmosphere.

Apart from drones, another innovative advanced technology is virtual reality. Although it has been in the market since 2019, the trend has recently gained appreciation in the medical construction building sector.

The virtual reality refers to the augmented digital visualization of reality. It offers a complex yet logistical experience. In medical building construction, it allows one to review the planned project with a 360-degree perspective.

2.    Development of Multi-Use Healthcare Facilities

Although specific clinics and healthcare facilities are capable of offering exact, accurate, and efficient solution to a patient’s problem, we see several mixed-use healthcare facilities becoming common. And that’s because they make treatments and patient care convenient and cost-effective for providers and patients alike.

By definition, a multi-use healthcare facility refers to a medical building accommodating several medical professionals with different specializations under one roof. It is an all-in-one building, wherein patients can receive quality care without spending too much of their time and resources in unnecessary hassle. It also creates more job opportunities in the medical industry.

3.    Green Technology & Sustainability

According to research, the construction industry accounts for 20% of emissions released globally. However, with the growing population, the demand for buildings is also increasing. Consequently, it will lead to a rise in global emissions that can harm the environment.

Fortunately, a new construction building trend has gained rapid influence, called Green Technology. It refers to the construction of buildings using environmentally friendly and resources efficient methods.

Some of the green construction practices include using bricks made from the recycled cigarette, carbon scrubbing building facades, and installation of thermally-driven air conditioners. These methods are also popular in medical building construction.

Another trend on the rise is Sustainability, which alters the construction plans to make the world livable for the upcoming generations. Designing a building structure that allows more natural light to penetrate inside and reduce the usage of electricity is an example of sustainable medical building construction.

4.    Modular & Prefab Methods

Another emerging trend in the medical industry is the increasing use of modular and prefab methods during construction. And the reason that it’s becoming popular is the fact that it’s one of the highly cost-effective ways of putting up a building together.

How? Well, to understand that, let’s look at the fundamentals of modular and prefabrication methods. Technically, modular construction involves building most of the components of the building off-site. And then, bringing these pieces on-site for assembly. Hence, it helps construction projects to finish 30% – 50% earlier than traditional methods. Plus, it removes 80% of heavy construction activity from the actual site. Thus, conserving the beauty of your site and reducing post-construction cleaning and polishing costs. Most modular construction plans come included with design plans, eliminating architect costs. One can even get these buildings custom designed as per needs. Consequently, making medical facilities capable of meeting specific needs.

5.    Construction Management Software

The construction management software refers to a tool that organizes the data, calculate resource estimates, and simplifies the project managing processes. It streamlines daily tasks and helps meet the goals efficiently. Hence, improving the company’s overall performance.

Previously, the concept of using project management solutions was foreign to many work industries. However, considering the tool’s effectivity, the usage of a CMS has become a rising trend in medical building construction. More and more companies have incorporated CMS into their work system. One can find a plethora of CMS available in the market. While some companies are using available CMS tools in the market, others have customized their own.










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3 Factors When Finding a New Office Space

Moving into a new home or office is one of life’s great stressors. Work moves can be especially trying, as there are so many factors in play. If you’re thinking of taking the plunge into finding new digs for your business, here are 3 important things to consider.


It may be a cliché, but choosing the right location really does matter. Ideally, you’re going to find a space that is convenient for you and your team members to commute to each day; if employees have to spend too much time on their daily drive it can reduce their morale. Sometimes it’s not just distance that matters, but accessibility; being adjacent to major highways and public transportation is important as well. This is also a factor if you expect to host client meetings in your new office space, as you’ll want it to be easy for your visitors to get to you.

Consider, too, what amenities you’ll want nearby your business. For some, having a post office, bank or office supply store close at hand may be critical for making daily runs. For others, it might be important to have close dining options at which staff will be able to take their lunch breaks or hold meetings. It is also a good idea from a security standpoint to pick a location that is not isolated. Check with Utah commercial real estate brokers or in your area to help you find the right space.


Of course, a perfectly-located office space won’t be ideal if it doesn’t fit your budget. Before you begin looking at places, determine exactly how much you can afford and commit to sticking to that figure; just like with buying a home, it can be easy to fall in love with a space and be tempted to cast aside your budget with stars in your eyes. Remember that every penny that doesn’t go to rent can be reinvested in the growth of your company.

That being said, it’s important to have a realistic idea of what leases in your area run. It’s wise to consult real estate experts to get a feel for the going rate on business properties. You should also look into additional expenses that are likely to come with any space, such as the cost of electricity, phone and data, maintenance, etc. There may be charges specific to the location you pick, such as security fees or snow removal. Be sure to factor all of these things into your budget.


Since monthly lease rates are based not just on location but also on square footage, you’ll also want to figure out how much space you’ll need. A key consideration is whether or not you expect to hire additional employees and/or expand the scope of your business in the next few years. If you know that you will need room to accommodate more desks, or perhaps warehouse or storage space, it may be wiser to find a spot that’s larger than what you currently need. Getting out of a lease and paying for an expensive move may not be worth what you will save in the short term by acquiring a smaller space.

Think also about the needs you have right now. Is a conference room critical? Will the space allow for enough private offices for your top employees? Do you need an onsite kitchen or breakroom as a perk for your team? It can be helpful to list out all of the dedicated areas you need or think you will need, then list them in order of priority. While it’s not always possible to find everything you’re looking for, the list can help you focus on what’s most important.

Finding new office space needn’t be a daunting task, and professionals are available to help you if it becomes too overwhelming. Stay focused on finding a well-located spot that suits your budget and gives you room to grow, then the rest will fall into place.

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Open Window that Reduces Noise from the Streets

By Patrick Lahbib, Hydro

If you live in a city, then you probably keep your windows closed when you get home from work. Unless you like the noise. My neighbor plays the drums in the evening, and it is annoying.

And here is the dilemma: If you live in a noisy environment, you don’t feel like opening your window because the noise goes through the openings that are allowing the passage of air.

Noise levels are getting higher as more and more people move into our cities. A recent study showed that 25 million people in France are concerned with road traffic noise, and the social cost of noise is estimated at EUR 57 billion annually. This need for soundproofing is also a major challenge for most architects who erect or renovate buildings.

My team and I in Hydro have been working on the acoustic topic for the past three years, trying to optimize the acoustic properties of doors and windows, and come up with an innovative solution. The active acoustic window is one of the most promising concepts we have come up with so far.

Together with Gamba Acoustique and the CNRS Mechanics and Acoustics Lab, we have designed a window that lets air in but leaves noise outside. With this window, you can leave it open all night and sleep anyway.

Let’s be precise:

  • We don’t open the window completely. Not yet anyway. The opening is 10 centimeters – or about four inches – which is more than enough for good ventilation and in accordance with anti- defenestration rules in public buildings.
  • We don’t completely cancel the noise, but we manage to reduce it sufficiently so that it is no longer a discomfort.

To achieve this amazing result, we designed a solution, implemented on a sliding window system as a first step, that combines the power of two technologies: passive and active. We use both technologies because you can’t use just one to manage the entire range of frequencies.

The passive technology is most useful with regard to loud and medium-range frequency waves. It works like this: You build an aeraulic silencer by adding two walls on each side of the opening slot with acoustic absorbing material, in the thickness of the wall. The medium and high-range frequency waves, when they pass in this tunnel, will be absorbed and reduced before entering the room.

With low frequency noise, the idea is to use active noise canceling technology. This is similar to what the manufacturers of headsets use in their noise-reduction products. Microphones register the incoming noise, then a dedicated processor – a digital sound processor – analyzes it and generates a counter- noise, which is emitted by speakers positioned on the fixed aluminum frame of the window. The result is a bigger attenuation of low frequencies. What you hear and feel at a discotheque – a lot of bass – is low-


Both technologies are working in the same way, addressing the adequate range of frequency. If you only

have “bass” noise, then the passive technology will not be sufficient because it doesn’t reduce bass. The active technology will do the job. And vice versa. The point is that both work at the same time to address the noise frequency. Right now, we are reducing the sound by a level of 300.

We are not finished yet. Active acoustic is not an easy field. But we are addressing the challenge and making progress.

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You Should Invest In Quality Garage Door and Why

In building your home, you need to consider not only its curb appeal but its overall foundation and durability as well. Garage doors greatly contribute to both of these aspects, which is why you need to invest in a high-quality one. Aside from this, below are some other reasons why you need to do so.

Increased Property Value

One of the primary reasons why you should invest in a high-quality garage door is because this can help maintain or increase the value of your property. This can be attributed to the fact the newer garage door models instantly increase the aesthetic appeal of your exteriors, and this greatly affects the first impression that people have with your home. Those that come with smart technology can prove to be an added plus factor as well. These are some of the features that potential home buyers look for in a home.

Reduced Maintenance Costs

Another reason why you should invest in a high-quality garage door is to minimize or reduce the maintenance costs of your home. While garage doors can stand the test of time, they are still prone to natural wear and tear. For this reason, from time to time, you may need to enlist garage door repair services to have it fixed. If you get a high-quality garage door, your need for repair services will be less frequent even after several years of having it installed.

Energy Savings

In getting a garage door for your house, make sure to go for a high-quality one that will be able to contribute to your energy savings. This is because these quality garage doors often feature such as sealing and insulation, apart from energy efficiency. Those with low quality are more likely to pave the way for leakage, resulting in heat and cold loss, particularly if your garage is attached to your home. While you may not notice this on the upfront, it will surely be remarkable in the long run.


Because of the smart technology integrated with contemporary high-quality garage doors, you are more likely to have a quality and peaceful sleep at night. This is because you are sure that your garage door is a hundred percent functional, such that intruders won’t have a way to enter your home through your garage door system. Aside from this, you won’t also be disturbed by the loud noise that a malfunctioning garage door makes. In terms of security, you will also be able to protect the valuables in your garage against outdoor elements such as snow or rain with a high-quality garage door that won’t easily deteriorate when exposed to these.

To wrap things up, make sure to invest in high-quality garage doors because not only will they contribute to the value of your property, they can also support you in reducing your home’s maintenance and energy costs. A high-quality door will also provide you with security that you need to feel safe in your home, and alongside this, you will have the opportunity to create a multi-functional space.

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Soft Skills All Construction Workers Should Have

Construction workers are considered among the most essential workers in any community. The labor work itself is extremely handy and requires a whole set of technical skills. The laborers in this field are considered as talented artists and well-rounded professionals that have numerous responsibilities. However, as the field is quite competitive, one would need to have more than just hard-hitting technical skills to make it in the business. It is important to consider working on developing certain soft skills that the construction workforce would deem essential in the field to get a good job.

Here are some of those skills and how you can work on demonstrating them.

Time Management

When it comes to competing for pretty much any job nowadays, having time management skills is absolutely essential. Laborers on any building site usually have to multitask and take care of numerous things all in a short period of time. That is why being able to manage your time effectively can be the most important skill you would need at this job. You should be able to show your employer that you can take on a decent amount of work and produce quality results, as well as ensure you finish all that is asked of you within a set deadline. Being punctual and excelling at time management could land you your dream job and help you succeed at it in a short period of time.

Fire and Electrical Safety

Some people find it surprising, but learning about fire and electrical safety and dealing with their emergencies is a skill on its own. It is among the most essential skills to have as a manual laborer looking to make an impression in construction. Accidents happen all the time, and according to hipaaexams.com, one should have a suitable skill set and certification that allows them to deal with such emergencies effectively. You might need to take some courses on the subject and do some practical work before you are able to excel in the fire and electrical safety skills but it sure would be worthwhile eventually.

Technological Ability

The world nowadays is highly driven by developing technology. Although manual labor continues to be the main factor in any construction work, technology has facilitated many of its aspects. As a laborer, you should not be expected to know everything about modern technology. However, you should at least have some extent of technological abilities that would allow you to compete in an ever so developing field. Make sure you know about any new technology that relates to the field and how you can work with it in order to stand out in the crowd. You would need to be adaptable and able to work both manually and with technological appliances whenever you have to without a hassle.

Team Work

Among the soft skills that are highly desirable in the manual structuring and labor workforce is the ability to work within a team. Being independent is important, however, sometimes you would have to work with a team of people on certain projects that simply cannot be executed by one person. You should be able to have enough interpersonal skills to allow you to work with others effectively and construct desirable work effortlessly. It is normal to have different opinions within a team, however, if you are a team player, you would be able to get your voice heard without stepping on anybody’s toes and ensure you reach a satisfactory result in the end.

Communication Skills

As a construction worker, you would likely have to deal with a variety of personnel all through your workdays. Whether it is your teammates, your bosses, or even your clients, being able to communicate with anyone at work is an essential skill for any laborer. The work can become so fast-paced or stressful and you must maintain a professional communication spirit through anything that comes your way. At the end of the day it is your job to build structures, so make sure you build healthy professional relationships in the process.

Working in construction can be physically and mentally challenging. However, it is a rewarding career in numerous aspects. In order to make it in this manual labor field, one must have a variety of skills that would allow them to compete with others looking to make their way. Nowadays, it is not simply the technical skills that would get you the job or help you succeed in it. In order to succeed in the labor workforce, one must possess a set of soft skills that would make them shine in the crowd and become desirable for any employer.



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Everything You Need to Know About CNC Machining

CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, and CNC machines are designed to manipulate tools in the machine shop based on the inputs from a computer program. The first of these machines were developed between the 40s and the 50s. The technology behind the machines back then relied on the now obsolete punched tape, which was a common telecommunication data storage technique. This technology was replaced by digital computer processing.

How CNC Machines Work

CNC machines rely on the instructions provided by a Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) or Computer-Aided Design (CAD) file to transform a stock piece of material into a finished prototype. Through the instructions in the file, the machine will be able to cut the material according to the design specified. The automated cuts performed by the machine greatly enhance the speed and accuracy of the process in making prototypes.

Types of CNC Machines

CNC machines are often classified into two categories, namely the conventional machining technologies, as well as the contemporary machining technologies.

1.   Conventional Machining Technologies

●      Drills

Some of the conventional machining technologies include drilling, lathes, and milling machines. With drills, cuts are performed by spinning a drill bit and allowing it to get in contact with the base material used to create the prototype. These drilling tools can produce counterboring, countersinking, reaming, as well as tapping.

●      Lathes

Drilling is very different from how lathes work because with lathes, the material is spun, and as it touches the drill bit, specific cuts are made. In some instances, the process behind this machining technique is also referred to as turning. In this case, cutting operations such as boring, grooving, and facing can be performed. This process can also create linear features such as slots, threads, as well as tapers.

●      Milling Machines

Aside from drills and lathes, there are also milling machines, which are considered to be the most common type of CNC machines. Milling machines have rotary cutting tools that are used to cut the base material to generate the product. Because these machines are quite popular, you will be able to find CNC turning and milling services effortlessly. All you need is to provide your CAD files to them. From there, the service will be able to generate the parts that you need based on the specifications that you have provided.

2.   Contemporary Machining Technologies

Apart from conventional machining technologies, there are also contemporary machining technologies which include electrical machining that can be used in conjunction with chemical machining, as well as other cutting mediums. In terms of the former, you will be able to find electron beam machining, electromechanical machining, electrical discharge machining (EDM), photochemical machining, as well as ultrasonic machining. All these are intended to perform cuts on a piece of base material to create a part based on the design specified in the computer program file. As for the latter, other cutting mediums include laser, oxy-fuel, plasma, as well as water-jet cutting technology implemented in the machines.

Machining Process Overview

The typical CNC machining process typically involves four steps. These steps are: designing the CAD model, converting the CAD files to readable CNC instructions, CNC machine preparation, as well as the execution of the operation. Before the entire process can begin, there is a need for a product design that can be created through CAD software. More often than not, the file includes the geometries, dimensions, and other technical specifications of the final product.

After the design is created, the next step is to convert the file into a program that the machines can follow. In this case, the CAD file can be run through a CAM software to create the code that can direct the tools on how the cuts should be performed. The converted files are usually in a STEP or IGES format which is loaded into the main controller of the machine.

From there, the next step involves the preparation of the machine which includes adding the base material that is ready for machine manipulation, as well as the specific machining tools necessary. Once everything is in place, all there’s left to do is to execute the operation to create the final product.

In conclusion, CNC machining is known to have various advantages such as increased productivity and a high degree of accuracy. It also paves the way for faster project completion, as well as cost-effectiveness. Because of these advantages, more and more manufacturers prefer CNC machining processes. Perhaps this is the best time for you to consider CNC machining processes as well for your production line.

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Ultimate Guide to RV Roof Repair

When you have a recreational vehicle, you must keep it in good condition, so that there won’t be any problems when you want to use it. One of the things that are often overlooked is the RV roof.

You should always check the condition of your RV roof because rain and melted snow can cause water damage to the interior of the RV that is expensive to repair. Brushing on a tree branch may cause damage to your roof’s rubber membrane, so regular inspection is necessary.

Things to do to check and repair your RV roof

The roof of your RV may not be that strong. If there is a ladder at the back of your car, it indicates that the roof is not sturdy enough for a person to walk on it directly. Lay a piece of plywood over the roof so you can distribute your weight better.

Most RV roofs today are made of rubber, but there are also vinyl, aluminum, and fiberglass roofs. If the roof is made of vinyl or rubber, clean it at least every three months. Never use cleaners that contain citrus ingredients or petroleum solvents as these can permanently damage the roof’s surface.

  1. Clean the roof and remove every bit of debris you see. Be sure the roof is dry before you repair it. Scrape off old roof material and other debris that has stuck to the surface. Just make sure that you do this carefully so as not to enlarge the hole or tear.
  2. Make sure that you check with your dealer which type of sealant fits the roof. If there is a leak, you might have to buy a rubberized leak stopper. The product creates a permanent seal. Because it is in liquid form, it seeps into cracks and crevices and is capable of bonding with metal surfaces.
  3. Be careful when using this product as it can ruin your clothes. Wear gloves and use a trowel or old paintbrush to apply it. Be sure to seal the areas around vents, seams, antennas, and other things that protrude through the roof. These areas can develop small tears that can cause leaks over time.
  4. If you have a vinyl roof, use fiberglass repair tape. Cover the area the needs patching with a sealer. Cover the area with fiberglass tape and add more sealer to complete the sealing process.
  5. Although rubber roofs are longer-lasting, they can still be damaged over time. Soap and water are the best cleaning aids for rubber roofs. Cleansers with solvents and petroleum-based ingredients can cause permanent damage to rubber roofs. Find the right type of sealant for repairing rubber roofs, such as EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) coatings or Durabak’s RV Roof Sealant that has excellent coverage, adherence, and flexibility.
  6. For a metal RV roof, you can use any household roof coating to seal a crack, tear or leak. There are tape-like products that you can use as well. Ensure that the surface is spotless and dry. Just make sure that you apply the tape carefully because you cannot peel it off once it gets in contact with the surface.
  7. If the RV roof is fiberglass, you need professional help, because there are several tools you’ll need, such as a respirator, dye grinder, and safety glasses. You also need acetone, fiberglass mat, and catalyzed resin, all of which have hazardous fumes.

Maintenance is critical to keep your RV roof in excellent condition. Check it regularly and immediately repair any small tear or crack that you find. Use a protective cover, particularly if you are parking your RV in an open area.


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IHG kicks off international Voco brand in 3 US cities

InterContinental Hotels Group will unveil its new lifestyle Voco brand in Florida, Missouri and New York. Plans call for opening 28 hotels in 19 countries over the coming five years. Read the Seeking Alpha story here

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