When you're installing an acoustical ceiling tile project, do you have the right tools for the job? Although it can be tempting to simply improvise or mock up your own tools, having the right tool for the task at hand can mean all the difference between quickly completing a high-quality job and providing poor performance with ill-fitting material. But what tools really make the difference when it's time to get the job done? Here's a review of some of the most necessary and productive tools for your acoustical ceiling tile job.

Ceiling Tiles

Ceiling tiles. The thought brings you back to school days, staring up at the ceiling and counting the dots on the boring 2’ x 2’ or 4’ textured white panels. If you don’t want this to haunt you and your project, you’re not alone! Ceiling tiles today are nothing like they used to be and come in a wide variety of colors, textures, materials, and use cases. Unexpected and better than being thrusted back to your school days.

OSHA 10 and 30 Certification

Construction is a dangerous business. In fact, it accounts for an astounding number of injuries and fatalities every year. But OSHA has developed certifications for a couple of safety programs that can help your business set itself above the competition by proving that you have a stronger dedication to on-the-job safety. In this post, we'll discuss the basics of OSHA 10 and 30 certification and refreshers and what it can do for your business.

When it comes to ventilation and your home, it's easy to see why it's needed in such moisture-rich areas as the bathroom, kitchen and basement. But what about your roof? Roof ventilation helps your room remain cooler through both the summer and winter, giving your roof a longer lifespan and a much lower risk of damage. But how does this process work and what do you need to know to improve your roof's ventilation? Here's some information to help get you started.

How to Keep your Job Site Clean and Safe

If there’s one constant in the world, its mud. Especially in New England, mud season in the spring and early summer, it’s something you can count on. Unfortunately, mud can cause some serious problems, from material damage to slips and falls. It can also flow into ewer systems, gumming up the works and creating a visual blight on the neighborhood. We can’t avoid the impending doom of mud season, but we can give you tips on how to keep your job site clean and safe.