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All Supply Chain Updates are authored by Kevin Reed JULY 2021 SUPPLY CHAIN UPDATE Copper has continued its rebound in cost. As of this writing, it is currently trading at nearly $4.40 once more. But, the price of actual finished copper building wire never waned much. The material that goes into the jacket of the […]
No need to touch germy surfaces once you have one of Eaton’s clever touchless tool Open doors, e-sign, twist faucets and push buttons without touching potentially contaminated surfaces. We are giving away 100 of these handy tools for FREE with hand sanitizer purchase (supplies limited to first 100 customers) 16oz pump hand sanitizer meets […]
KEY TAKEAWAY? Material should be ordered sooner rather than later, allowing us to tap our networks and second source as needed. Kink in the Supply Chain Stay at home orders have been issued all around the world. Those that were under them, are slowly working to get production levels back on track, […]
Technology is evolving, changing the way we work and how we interact with our built environments. This creates more opportunities and more complex challenges to solve. Aesthetics, quality and tailored control of light are critical to delivering a comprehensive solution for your design. Technology is also enabling our lighting to be smarter, smaller and […]
Grocery stores selling Halloween Candy in September is too early (who can keep that bag sealed for nearly two months??!) and retail Stores playing Christmas music in November makes it hard to enjoy by the time the holidays actually arrive, but the seasonal spirit of giving can never start too early! All Paramont EO & […]
When your roof comes crashing down like ours did this past Memorial Day, a LOT of thoughts race through your head. Things like, “Holy cow, that could have killed people!”, “Ugh, this is going to take a TON of work to set to right”, and “Oh boy, I hope my insurance company has my back”. […]