29 January 2016
Managing a construction crew can be a difficult part of owning a construction company, as you always need personnel who are properly licensed and trained for any jobsite; it can take a lot of time double-checking paperwork and licensing when you need to hire on new crew members. You may also see that you have a high turnover in personnel as your workers are often tempted to take a construction job that is closer to home, easier work, and so on.
25 January 2016
Side return extensions are standard in traditional or contemporary terraced houses where a strip of land is left on the side of the original buildings to create a form of an L-shaped garden. If you live in such a house, you may have realized how unnecessarily dingy and dark this passageway is. Nonetheless, you can transform this unused space into a spacious and vibrant room with natural lighting by extending sideways.
15 January 2016
Having your house restumped can be a tedious task that demands careful planning and that might make your house impossible to live in for awhile during the restumping process. Restumping is an alternative to underpinning and replaces the wooden piles in your house's foundation to level and stabilise it. Wooden piles are outdated as foundation material, as wood is being replaced with sturdier options that are incapable of rotting, like steel or concrete.
6 January 2016
When there is a power outage, it helps to have a portable generator at home in order to get power for the things you really need. However, there are also some fire and electrical dangers of using a generator, so you need to be sure you know how to use it safely and effectively. Here are some important things to keep in mind when using a generator during a power outage.
29 December 2015
If you're buying a piece of land with the intention of building your dream home, an office, or an industrial building, a licensed surveyor can help ensure the property is in order, with the correct boundary lines, size, ownership, etc. A surveyor can be as important as your real estate agent in the transaction. Without a surveyor, you could run into difficulties in the future if you decide to divide the land, sell, or expand or if you have neighbours who dispute the property line.