Retro, Vintage, and Antique Jewellery - What’s The Difference?

When buying old jewellery, you'll notice that some pieces are marked as antique, some as retro, and some as vintage.  The category into which a piece falls can have a big influence on price and future value.  So, what's the difference between each and what factors determine the category into which a piece falls?  Read on for more information. Vintage jewellery For jewellery to be classified as vintage, it should be at least 20 years old. Read More 

Improving the value of your business before you sell it

If you are looking to sell your business in the future you might be wondering how much your business is currently worth and what actions you can take between now and the sale time to maximise the value of your business. It can be useful in this situation to get a management consultant in to calculate an indicative valuation of your company and help identify opportunities to improve the value of your business. Read More 

What Should I Know about Waterproofing My Garage Before Converting It?

One of the most common home renovations is to convert an attached garage to a small apartment for older members of your family. This family member may be a child that is going to university but living at home or an elderly family member that needs in-home nursing care. Regardless of the reason for the garage conversion, there are certain steps you will need to take. One of those steps is waterproofing. Read More 

Troubleshooting Common Problems You are Likely to Encounter When Using Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps are among the most reliable pumps available on the market. They move fluids from one point to another through the action of an impeller. Basically, an impeller refers to a set of vanes made in such that they impart a rotational effect on a given mass of fluid.  The cyclical movement of the vanes generates a significant centrifugal force that throws water outwards and away from the centre of the rotating impeller. Read More 

Tips For Marking Your Company Premises Car Park

If you work in the city and commute to work by car, finding parking spaces can be real headache.  A company premises that offers a free car park is great news for for staff, although you will need to mark it out properly.  This helps to ensure that space isn't wasted and makes sure that everyone has room to park their vehicle.  By hiring the right equipment, you can save money by doing the job yourself. Read More