I own an abatement company and Focus on smaller jobs. I received information in a job that has 300,000sf of wallboard. How do you even price something like that without going to far over or under. The most I ever did is about 10ksf so 300,000 is way out my league but want to take on the task to grow my company. Any advice or pricing?
We use wallboards for our Service Department, we display New tickets, SLA's, tickets overdue and hours worked KPI's etc.
We also have a separate room for our NOC engineers, they are basically fully responsible for handling all monitoring alets, which comes from various tools. We want to make the work they do more visible, by presenting information on big TV's.
We use, Autotask PSA, Datto RMM, Auvik, but that's not fully alligned, they have different interfaces, so you have to se 3 different TV's and it's becoming a mess.
So question is there a tool where we can show a MAP with all 'Devices Down' or 'Missed back-ups' or 'Security incidents'?
Recently i reviewed BrightGauge, they are good at numbers and reports, but not at presenting it geographical.
Just looking for one tool, because all this information is available in our PSA.
Any suggestions how we can show this, or is it just a stupid idea?
Hello everyone, I used to work at CFA and that had a unique wallboard that has the data on how the franchise is doing. I need a picture of any wallboard because i am doing a project on how CFA is very efficient. And I think that they are very efficient because the manager and workers can see how they perform daily with that wallbaord, but I cant find any pictures online. Idk If I should ask the cfa that I used to work for and ask if I should take a pic if the wallboard. But if u have one plz send it to me! ._. 😭💖
Maryland USA. Detached masonry garage from my townhouse. Redoing it (new roof, extending one of the walls further back into my yard, new concrete slab floor, new doors and windows. Planning to insulate the roof but not the walls because I don't want to cut into my interior width (only 15 feet wide and constructed by my narrow lot. So planning to flat frame stud walls and not insulate the sides.
My question is, what should I use to finish the walls? Will not be climate controlled. Want to use the space as a little workshop when the car isn't there, so will be hanging storage and need hooks and such for garden tools. Drywall would look nice and neat, but is there a specific kind to use for an unconditioned that will be cold in the winter and hit and humid in the summer? Or should I use a different material altogether?
In our office, we've been given 3 large screens on the wall and we're not too sure what to put on it.
Any suggestions around real time monitoring and pretty graphics would be great.
We're an MSP focusing on cloud/networking if that helps.
Ok folks, I’ve come here before and have received great advice, which has all been very appreciated.
A new to us house, built in 1994. We bought the house knowing it needed a new roof. That has been taken care of, but now years of neglect are coming to haunt us.
We live in a downtown city and our house was built right “next to” an 1880s brick structure.
Our entire West wall (about 60’, and 2 stories) of the house is butted up against their brick house.
I don’t understand how this was done structural wise or why.
Fast forward to today, finally getting into some repairs and I found water damage, including still wet wallboard and insulation. I’m hoping this is just from prior to the roof being repaired. But I can’t determine that.
Tearing it out, I find that the only thing between our house and the brick structure is another layer of wallboard?!!! I don’t understand this, why wasn’t OSB or plywood used?
Needless to say, the inside wallboard AND that layer of outside wallboard is completely water damaged and crumbling. The only thing left with integrity are the 2x4s. And pulling out that outside layer of wallboard leaves a 3/4” gap on the outside.
I’ve attached a couple pics below, I don’t know what to do. Yes, I can demo everything, but what do I actually need to do to replace that “outside” layer of bad wallboard that is pressed against the brick structure???
I hope I’ve explained myself somewhat coherently. I’m extremely disheartened and am at a loss.
Any advice would be so helpful.
Does anyone have a recommendation for an inexpensive TV to be used for displaying wallboard statistics?
Alternatively, things to look out for / avoid?
Made a wallpaper template app.
Would love some feedback on it.
PS. I am using an Isolate to get the color palette of the wallpaper. The implementation I settled was using a single isolate and sending/receiving info via ports. If the isolate is currently computing a palette, it other requests poll to see the status of the isolate and only then send the request. This is my first time working with isolates. Is this implementation a good practice?
We have a customer wanting to put a display on their wall to show info from one of their web applications.
The application support just says it has to run in a chrome browser.
Rather than go through the hassle of having a device connected to the display, I am thinking it would be better if we had a SmartTV running Chrome Browser.
However I have no experience with Smart TV's and wondered if anyone can recommend one that has Chrome Browser loaded natively, has WiFi.
Also if someone could explain how they would interact with the TV, control which page the browser is showing etc?