Construction Contractors

  • 4 Features to Look for When Hiring Scaffolding for a Domestic Project

    If you're painting your home, repairing a chimney or doing a variety of other projects, you need something bigger, safer and more convenient than a ladder, and that's domestic scaffolding. To ensure your project goes smoothly, you may want to look for the following features when you decide which scaffolding to hire: Works with Your Home's Design Basic scaffolding just goes straight up. That's perfect if you're trying to clean the windows on a high rise that's straight up and down or working in a similar situation, but it's not the best solution if you're working on a complex house that has different roof lines, dormer windows or other architectural elements that mean the home is not straight up and down.
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  • 3 Things to Know about Shower and Tub Valve Repairs

    When you notice a leak in your bathroom shower or tub, one of the culprits is likely the valve. You may notice a leak during your shower or bath coming directly from the underside of the valve or from around the casing. If this is the case, you'll need to repair the valve itself. Here are three things you need to know about the shower and tub valve repairs you are facing and how to do them as efficiently as possible.
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  • Two safety tips that can lower the risk of labourers being injured on building sites

    Due to the hazardous nature of construction work, injuries occur quite often on building sites. However, there are steps that site managers can take to lower the risk of labourers getting hurt during their time on construction sites. Carry on reading to learn what these steps are. Implement strict rules regarding the unloading and transportation of timber deliveries The process of unloading and transporting the timber that is delivered to a building site can result in labourers sustaining both minor and major injuries.
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  • Commercial Concreting: 3 Ways to Modify Concrete Surfaces

    If you are planning to install new flooring inside or outside your commercial premises, you may not have considered using concrete. Many people make the mistake of thinking that concrete creates a boring or drab look. However, the reality is that concrete can be modified so that it looks just as good as any other type of flooring. Below is a guide to 3 ways in which you can enhance a concrete floor inside and outside your commercial property.
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  • Is It In Your Best Interests To Purchase A Carport?

    Homeowners without the luxury of a garage on their property will probably vacillate between constructing one from scratch and buying a carport. And while both options may seem viable, you should put considerable thought into each choice to ensure that you are making a suitable decision. Keep in mind that while a garage seems like the best permanent solution for your property, a carport poses a host of benefits to both renters and owners.
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  • Two Tips for Those Who Have Just Hired a Contractor to Build Them a New Home

    If you have just hired a new home contractor to build a house for you, you may find the following tips to be helpful. Make sure your contractor has several ways of contacting you It is extremely important to ensure that your contractor has several ways of contacting you. As such, in addition to giving them your mobile number, you may also want to give them your email address and your work phone number.
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  • Add Some Natural Fire to Your Outdoor Gatherings with Safe Patio Accessories

    Despite the widespread use of electricity for the purposes of heating and lighting, a real fire holds a unique sort of appeal. Sitting around a flickering flame makes people feel warmed and comforted in a way that no radiator or electric lamp can, and it brings an extra-special touch to your outdoor gatherings. Of course, everyone knows how dangerous fire can be, so maximising safety should be your number-one concern. Having a fire on your patio helps prevent flames from spreading to dry grass or other flammable material, but you can't just build a bonfire on the patio surface.
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