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All You Need To Know About Commercial Scaffolding

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Commercial buildings will span for tens or even hundreds of floors. Scaffolding is an instant solution for workers laying bricks or conducting electric, glazing, and painting works on the upper floors. Below some things that you should know about commercial scaffolding. 1. Always Choose The Right Scaffold What type of scaffold will you use at your site? Steel and cantilever scaffolds are ideal for outdoor use. They can hold massive weights and are often used to construct skyscrapers. Read More»

What Makes Timber Supplies an Ecologically Sustainable Choice for Residential Construction?

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Although timber is one of the oldest construction materials, there has been a gradual shift towards engineered supplies such as steel and aluminium under the impression that the use of wood is harming the planet. Although deforestation is a major concern, you should know that sourcing responsibly harvested lumber goes a long way in curbing environmental degradation. Additionally, while decreasing the reliance on timber products is well-meant, the reality is that wood remains a green alternative when compared to engineered materials for various reasons. Read More»

Errors You Should Never Make In Industrial Construction Projects

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Industrial construction is a sector that involves building power plants and specialised facilities. These projects also involve the design, installation and maintenance of these structures. Thus, industrial construction companies need to have specific skills and equipment. If you have an industrial construction project coming up, then you have to plan. That means understanding the things to do and what to avoid. Knowing these aspects will ensure success in your project. Here are some mistakes you should never make in your industrial construction project. Read More»

Why Your Business Could Have Asbestos In It And What You Need To Do About It

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There is no more dreaded word in the real estate industry than “asbestos.” For many decades, asbestos was an integral part of construction in both a friable and bonded form, and many buildings still contain asbestos that has not yet been removed. If you have never had your business premises checked for asbestos, then there is no time like the present, as the longer you wait the more chance you have of potential asbestos fibres getting into the air. Read More»

Key Benefits of Painting Your Commercial Equipment

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Commercial painting extends beyond painting the walls, roofs and floors of businesses. Paint can also be applied to machines as a way of increasing their productivity and longevity. In addition to water-based or epoxy paints, contractors also use coatings and finishing materials to cover the exposed surfaces of commercial equipment. The uses cases of painting machines are extensive. Some coatings help prevent rust, while others prevent damage from abrasion, vibration and high temperatures. Read More»

Three things to check on your HVAC cooling tower

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The cooling tower is an essential part of your HVAC system. When your HVAC system is operating correctly, it will ensure that the temperature in your home or office remains at exactly the right level whatever conditions may be like outside. However, when the HVAC system fails, then you will soon notice the difference as the conditions inside the building begin to resemble those in the open air. One of the biggest causes of HVAC failure is problems with your cooling tower often leading to an expensive cooling tower repair. Read More»

Things You Didn't Know About Bathroom Renovations

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Your bathroom is supposed to be one of the cosiest rooms in your home. While its primary purpose is to carry out hygiene tasks, this room plays a significant role in determining the value of your property. This is the reason most homeowners carry out bathroom renovations when they realise that their bathroom is not as functional and cosy as it was before. If you are planning to renovate your bathroom soon, be sure to consider the following tips. Read More»

Why You Should Consider Upgrading Your Commercial Insulation

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Many businesses across Australia begin in older buildings because they are cheaper and more accessible than building your own when you are just starting out. If your business has been occupying an older building for a few years, however, it might be time to consider upgrading your insulation. While it can be an expensive undertaking, the long term benefits mean that an upfront cost is easily paid back in the long run through savings. Read More»

Does Your Shower Need Re-Grouting? Here Are the Three Signs to Watch Out For

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Grouting is one of the essential parts of the bathroom floor installation process. When the installation is properly done, your bathroom will serve you with a lot of ease and convenience. On the other hand, when the installation is done shoddily, the quality of drainage will diminish before the bathroom has served its purpose well, and you will be left doing repairs more often than you need to. It is also important to know that even with excellent installation and maintenance, bathroom tiles still age and the grout still disintegrates. Read More»

3 Steps to a Successful Excavation Project on Your Developed Property

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Are you planning an excavation project on your property? Perhaps you’re planning a project to build a structural addition or to grade land for landscaping? It’s crucial to understand that excavating on already developed land is different from working on an empty piece of land. The excavation company needs to exercise a lot of care throughout the process to avoid property damage. With this in mind, here are three steps you should take to ensure a successful and disaster-free excavation project. Read More»