Leisurely Drives and Road Signs

Today we will talk about work driving. Something most of us do, whether we drive company cars or trucks for work or drive our own vehicles to accomplish work errands. “But why does it say ‘leisurely’ in the title?” you may ask…”This is work after all, right? Aren’t you on the clock??” Because, sometimes yourContinue reading “Leisurely Drives and Road Signs”

A Land That Tries to Kill You

Australia has often been touted as the land with the most dangerous creatures, both quantity- and quality-wise. And from what I have read and the pictures I have seen, I do believe it! And yet, many people love Australia and call it home. The danger factor doesn’t seem to sway them too much. That beingContinue reading “A Land That Tries to Kill You”

Need Some Proper PPE?

We trust you are all staying safe during the resurgence of this pandemic. We have been working this whole time, wearing our carefully curated PPE… We here at Gary’s Welding Inc. are firm believers in proper personal protective equipment (PPE). Without it, our work would be, ummm, pretty painful and downright dangerous. Here are aContinue reading “Need Some Proper PPE?”

‘Adventures’ in Welding, Part 2

Yet More Cautionary Tales to Brighten Your Day If you haven’t read the first post in this series, check it out here…https://garysweldinginc.com/2017/10/19/adventures-in-welding-and-other-cautionary-tales/ Just to recap, last time, we shared a few harrowing “adventures” that we have had in the welding biz. So, let’s get down to even more welding shrapnel (brass tacks??), shall we? IContinue reading “‘Adventures’ in Welding, Part 2”

Welding DIY, Part 2: Setting up Your First Welding Truck

Here Are 4 Truck-Must-Haves You Can Make Yourself This is a continuation from our post on setting up your first welding shop (see that post here). When you first start your own welding business, having a welding truck is a necessity if you are going to do any portable welding. Where we live in beautifulContinue reading “Welding DIY, Part 2: Setting up Your First Welding Truck”