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Fastest Falcon in The World Finds A New Home

People who have worked in Long Beach’s City Hall since the 1980s have been aware of the presence of at least one pair of Peregrine Falcons nestled high above the scene of downtown.  It is unknown whether these birds were intentionally lured to city hall or whether they chose that site by chance.  One thing […]


If you’re looking for more information about demolition careers, you’ve certainly landed in the right place. We’ve created a guide outlining how you can get a job in demolition.  This will help to open your eyes to the real world of construction and help you to prepare yourself for your chosen career path. 

How to Demolish Commercial Buildings

Demolishing commercial buildings needs more scrutiny and care than residential demolition. Just as in residential demolition process, there are different methods with which you can take down the building.  Before proceeding with commercial building demolitions, there are some things you need to know. Here is a brief look at the methods mentioned above.  Implosion  Implosion […]

Painting Over Mold: Is It a Good Idea?

Can you paint over mold? Is that a viable way to kill the mold infestation or will it only make things worse? Are there different kinds of paints and different painting techniques that are more or less effective against mold?  While this might seem like an ideal short-term fix, the reality is that painting over mold does nothing […]

How Dangerous is Black Mold to Health?

Mold in buildings and homes can be a costly and dangerous problem; particularly when infestations of toxic black mold occur. Hearing about mold can be scary, especially if it’s in your home or business and it’s making you and other people sick. It can poison your family, your co-workers, your friends, and even your pets. 

Asbestos in Water??

Asbestos is largely viewed as a concern when airborne fibers are inhaled. Studies have shown most mesothelioma cases and other asbestos-related diseases are largely caused by inhalation of the toxic fibers.