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Through our company blog we want to engage our customers, share industry related news and insider stories. Our leadership team will contribute thoughts and we hope you find our articles interesting!

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A.H. Harris Branch Spotlight - Bangor, Maine

by A.H. Harris

Welcome to Harris in Bangor, ME! We have been in this location on Perry Road since 2010. Our hours of operation are from 7am to 5pm Monday through Friday. From this location we primarily service these counties in northern Maine: Aroostook, Piscataquis, Penobscot, Hancock, and Washington.

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What to look for in a building material supplier

by A.H. Harris

Sure, we are all looking for a good deal, but not always does a great price equal a great transaction. In an industry that heavily relies on on-time deliveries of the right product to the right place, contractors have learned to look for a variety of qualities beyond competitive pricing. We created a short list of things to look for in a construction supplier to ensure your next project is a success!

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Meet the Team Part 51: Lynn Decker

by A.H. Harris

Welcome to Part 51 of our 'Meet the Team' series. Today we had the chance to talk with Account Manager, Lynn Decker. Lynn covers the entire state of New Jersey focusing on the industrial sector of A.H. Harris. Let's hear more from Lynn!

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Latest & Innovative Wearable Technology Keeping Construction Workers Safe

by Tom Moverman

If you are managing a construction company, you are without a doubt concerned about the safety of your crew. Construction accidents are a common occurrence and they happen for a variety of reasons, including some of the tools that workers work with. In fact, worldwide every second more than 10 workers have a work-related accident and there are more than 13 job-related deaths each day in the US alone. With that in mind, you may want to be aware of some key advances in wearable technology that will keep your workers safer and make your crews more effective and efficient.

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Meet the Team Part 50: Steve Randall

by A.H. Harris

Wow we have made it to part 50 of our Meet the Team series! We were happy to have a chance to speak with Steve Randall, who recently became an Account Manager in the Boston area! Steve is excited about this new opportunity, let's here from Steve! 

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Looking for Spring Projects? 5 areas in and around the house that need your attention right now.

by A.H. Harris

Ah, Spring! Warmer days, longer evenings, more time to be outside. Get ready to fully enjoy the season by checking out our little to-do list. Now is the time for some projects in and around the house.  

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Meet the Team Part 49: Roberta Flanagan

by A.H. Harris

In part 49 of our 'Meet the Team' blog series, we had the opportunity to speak with Roberta Flanagan. Roberta is the branch manager of the A.H. Harris Plainville, MA branch and just recently celebrated 15 years with the company. Let's learn more about Roberta and her role here at A.H. Harris!

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Meet the Team Part 48: Jason Perkins

by A.H. Harris

Wow, we are up to part 48 in our Meet the Team series! We put the spotlight on Regional Operations Manager for our Northern New England area. Jason recently celebrated 15 years with A.H. Harris, what a milestone! Let's hear more from Jason!

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Better Together – One Year Later!

by A.H. Harris

It’s hard to believe that a year has already past, since Kenseal joined forces with A.H. Harris and HarMac, and yet when we step back and look at everything our teams have accomplished in the past 365 days, it is simply amazing!


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5 Basic Safety Tips for Construction Workers

by Michael Pierce

There are over 53 million people in North America and Europe who work as construction workers. Given the multitude of risks involved in this profession, it is extremely important to take all necessary precautions to minimize the risks of injuries or of other health problems at the job. Construction workers often have to work at dangerous heights, with heavy and dangerous machinery and equipment, as well as with dangerous materials, electricity, toxic gas and other threats. Read 5 basic safety tips for construction workers’ safety and protection in our latest guest blog.

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