The HMS Beagle, used by Charles Darwin for his historic voyages around the world, was built in 1825 with copper skins below the water line. The copper sheathing extended hull life and protected against barnacles and other kinds seaborne hazards. Today most seagoing vessels use a copper-containing paint for hull protection.
January 20, 2015
New Years’ Resolution…Schedule maintenance visits!
Despite the recent findings that plumbing and heating engineers are busier than ever, 2/3 of installers still fail to regularly schedule in a return maintenance visit and are missing out on added business opportunities. The … Read More
UK Tradesmen working harder than ever!
A survey by Plumbfix has revealed that qualified plumbing and heating engineers are working harder than ever and are expecting a business boost over the next 12 months. 81% of plumbers have stated that they … Read More