Simple Tips for Reducing Industrial Costs


Managing an industrial project can be tough work, especially if you’re on a tight budget and are desperately trying to lower costs, without making any sacrifices to the quality of your project. Luckily, there are a few simple tips that many industrial projects could utilize to better control their operation costs and help make themselves more profitable in the long run. If you’re concerned with cutting costs on your own projects, then be sure to read on.

Utility Pole Quality
As important as utility poles are to many projects, not many managers consider the difference that wood quality can make in the overall usefulness of a utility pole. With that in mind, wood utility poles suppliers like Brown Wood Preserving Company work with their clients on a regular basis to help them get the right wood for the right job, without costing them a fortune. If you’ve always relied on your own team to select the wood, then it might be worth contacting a professional in the field to get their input on the matter instead.

Energy Consumption
For many industrial projects, energy consumption is often one of the biggest costs, and yet most managers don’t even really consider it. As it happens though, companies can make minor adjustments to their energy usage to create big savings for their customers. This, in the long run, can help boost a company’s overall profit margins and help to ensure that their current project isn’t their last. If your company has been wasting money on inefficient lighting sources, or goes through too much money on a weekly basis due to fuel costs, then it might be time to take a closer look at your operation expenses and try to focus on making your company “go green.” Renewable energy isn’t as costly as it once was and can help you save a surprising amount of money.

While these tips won’t help you complete a project faster, they can at least help you save money without slowing down your workers. Regardless of whether you invest in better services, or make the switch to renewable energy, it’s important to make sure that you and your workers are on the same page. As long as you commit to each project with enthusiasm and determination, you’ll find that your work will speak for itself and people will respond positively to that.

Hello, May!


Oh my, did you notice how time flew by so quickly? We just said goodbye to the 4th month of the year, now- we are all screaming, “HELLO, MAY!!!”

I know I can’t believe it myself. All I know is that it is getting more and more exciting every passing day.

Here’s my photo of the day I shared on Facebook earlier. It is a beautiful capture to me.

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And here’s how I captioned it:

I love to watch the orchids in my sunroom budding, blooming, and whithering! Ecclesiastes 3:1 says ‘There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under heavens.’

Well, it is Finals week time. SWAU graduation this weekend and Tennessee-bound next week. And work-wise, I just went PART TIME.


Thank you, April! Hello, May!