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Concrete Repairs Vs. Replacement: 4 Benefits of Repairs

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Cracking, chipping, scaling, delamination, efflorescence and spalling are among common problems and defects in concrete structures. Depending on the extent of damage, you may need to call in a damage contractor for concrete repairs or replacement. Concrete repairs are a viable option if the damage isn’t so extensive that it has compromised the integrity of the structure. If the structural integrity has been weakened, replacement is the better alternative. Here is a look at some of the benefits you can expect from professional concrete repairs. Read More»

Reasons to Use Polycarbonate Roofing for Greenhouses

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If you are considering running a sustainable homestead, then one of your main building projects is going to be a greenhouse. Greenhouses are helpful for your crops year-round, but in particular, they are beneficial in colder climates where the growing seasons may be shorter. If you are planning on a greenhouse build, then the first thing to consider is the roofing. One popular option is to go with polycarbonate roofing. Here are some of the reasons why. Read More»

How to Create a Beautiful Landscape for Your Home

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A landscape is one of the features that enhance the beauty of your home. If you are selling your house, it will not only attract buyers, but it will also ensure that you get a reasonable price for the property. If you would want to create a beautiful landscape for your home, below are some tips to guide you.  Create a map A map is a good starting point as it will help you plan your landscape. Read More»

3 Reasons To Choose Full Over Partial Pool Demolition

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If you don’t use your swimming pool very often, getting rid of it is a good idea. You’ll significantly increase the size of your yard and eliminate the need for pool maintenance. Pool demolition involves breaking down the pool and filling it in, and there are two main ways that can happen: Partial Demolition: The top portion of the pool is broken off, put down at the bottom and then filled over. Read More»

Unique Trends in Decorative Trench Grates

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Who says trench grates can only be functional? Today, homeowners want the trench grates in their new houses to meet quality, practical and aesthetic standards. As a budding interior design contractor, therefore, presenting boring grates that come in familiar shapes won’t cut the mustard. It is your job as a budding interior design contractor to recommend drainage grates that align with the theme of your client’s house, and it starts by keeping abreast with the latest decorative trench grates. Read More»

Essential Factors to Consider Before Buying New Garage Door

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Whether you use your garage for storage, keeping your car safe or housing guests, buying a new garage door is a big decision. If you’re taking your investment seriously, there are some essential factors to consider before handing over your cash. Do you need to aim for a specific type of material? The type of material you choose for your garage door can depend on a few factors. If you live in an area where planning regulations are strict, you might find that your local authority restricts the material you use. Read More»

Technology to Look for When You're Hiring Marine Contractors

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If you’re looking for marine contractors to handle a project, you may want to find a company that offers the latest technology. In recent years, marine contracting has embraced a number of new elements, and in many cases, their technology even makes it cheaper to build along the sea than to build on land. Here are some of the technologies and abilities you may want to look for. 1. Dredging Capabilities Read More»

Why Choose 3D Modelling for a New Home Design?

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When you’re ready to have a new home designed and built for you, it’s good to consider having an architect create a 3D rendering of the home before you sign off on your plans. There are some very important reasons to consider a 3D rendering versus a standard blueprint or even two-dimensional sketches and drawings; note a few of those reasons here so you know your new home will turn out exactly as expected. Read More»

Student Plumbing Solutions

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Living as a student is one of the most enjoyable things you will ever do. The freedom to study, party, meet new people and see different parts of the country is incredible. However. with it comes student loans, dodgy landlords and very little money. Fortunately enough students are often quick thinking and intuitive, especially when it comes to saving money and living a little on the rough side. This guide will give you a few quick and cheap solutions to help make your university experience a little more bearable when things go wrong with the plumbing. Read More»

Two signs that it's time to replace the seating in your heavy construction equipment

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The seating in a piece of heavy construction equipment needs to be replaced at least once every couple of years (or even more frequently, if the equipment is used on a daily basis). Here are two signs that it’s time to replace your equipment’s seat system. You experience back and neck pain after operating the equipment for more than a few minutes The truck seats in forklifts, excavators and other types of heavy construction equipment usually have lumbar and neck cushioning. Read More»