Louella Grant

How to Protect Yourself Before You Begin Any Underwater Work

Construction & Contractors Blog

Do you have some construction work to do within a waterway that is adjacent to your commercial property? Perhaps you need to construct a dock facility of some kind so that you can bring in materials more efficiently or load up finished products for onward distribution. Either way, this is going to require quite a lot of detailed work underwater in order to lay the foundations. As part of this preparation, you will need to look at the bigger picture so that you do not cause unnecessary damage or issues in other areas, so what type of protection do you need to introduce before you begin any work in earnest?

2 November 2018

What to Do With Your Reversing Valve When Things Go Wrong

Construction & Contractors Blog

As people decide that they want to become more environmentally friendly, they are choosing heating and cooling methods for their home that are far more sustainable. Towards the top of the list in the accommodating Australian environment may well be a heat pump, as this is highly energy-efficient and much less impactful than combustion-based options. Like anything else, though, problems can materialise, and somebody may have told you that your reversing valve is playing up.

11 October 2018

Key Considerations When Installing A Cool Room

Construction & Contractors Blog

Retail refrigeration is important if you run a supermarket, a restaurant or a flower shop where the freshness of your perishables items is important. This is why cool rooms are essential for such applications. However, cool rooms are a costly investment and that's why careful consideration of some key issues is essential when thinking of installing one. Besides the costs associated with the installation of cool rooms, it's imperative to understand that they run on electricity.

26 September 2018

Two steps to take if you discover cracks in the foundation of the house you are renovating

Construction & Contractors Blog

If you have discovered cracks in the foundation of the property you are currently renovating, here are two steps you will need to take. Identify and fix the source of the foundation cracks before you have the foundation itself repaired After discovering the cracked foundation, your first instinct might be to call a tradesperson who does foundation crack repairs and arrange for them to fix the damage as quickly as possible.

1 August 2018

Applications of concrete floors in schools

Construction & Contractors Blog

Schools often experience a heavy amount of foot traffic on a regular basis. As hundreds of students walk back and forth from their classes, they tend to heavily use the floors and subject them to wear and tear. In addition, school children are not immune to spilling liquids and other items on the floors from time to time. Schools therefore need a durable, cost-effective and easy-to-maintain material for constructing their floors.

5 March 2018

DIY vs. Professional House Window Tint Installation

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Are you looking to make a few simple yet highly rewarding improvements to your house? If so, you should consider installing window tinting films on your house windows. Home window tinting installation is typically performed to add privacy, improve the exterior appearance of a house or make home interiors more comfortable especially on hot sunny days. In addition to these benefits, installing window tinting can provide protection from the sun's ultraviolet radiation, which can be harmful to human health but also cause fading of a house's interior furnishings.

5 March 2018

3 Ways To Utilise The Dual Key Addition On Your Custom Built Home

Construction & Contractors Blog

Building a brand new home is an exciting prospect and one that also comes with many options for construction. Like many Australians, you may have decided to have your home custom built to ensure that it meets your lifestyle needs both now and in the future. Instead of simply building a single dwelling, many people are now choosing to create a dual key home. Essentially, a dual key home is on that has a small addition as well as the main home.

5 March 2018

The 3 Most Common Building Demolition Approaches

Construction & Contractors Blog

Demolition is a complicated job. It involves the procedural dismantling of the structure, followed by site clearing, and then remediation of the environment. Some good options exist for the demolition of a structure. In the end, the final decision on choice is made after considering multiple factors that include location, size of the building, building material, and purpose of the demolition. After all relevant considerations are taken into account, a course of action is determined.

5 March 2018

Why More Construction Companies are Opting for Trenchless Drilling

Construction & Contractors Blog

Construction companies and other types of industries have practiced drilling for many years. It's often necessary to drill into underground layers in order to carry out infrastructure installation and to drill wells, boreholes, and other types of underground resources. The excavation process and large amounts of earth and waste that are produced by traditional drilling have led to the need for a more efficient drilling technique. As a result, trenchless drilling has been developed.

29 January 2018

How to plan your timber deliveries

Construction & Contractors Blog

Arranging a timber delivery to your home is the easiest way to ensure that the wood you need will reach it's destination on time and in the best possible condition. Your supplier will be help you to find the perfect date so you can be sure you won't be left waiting around wondering what has happened to your expected delivery. What you will need to do is to give some thought to how the delivery will actually take place.

6 December 2017