Decorative Coatings to Spruce up Your Concrete Paving

12 February 2019
 Categories: , Blog

While concrete remains a staple material for a majority of flooring applications, most people will agree that unfinished concrete is not attractive. Thus, although concrete paving will be a functional choice for your property, you will also have to deliberate on ways to give it a facelift so that it can complement your home's aesthetic. One of the easiest ways of revamping these grey slabs is by opting for decorative coatings. Read More 

Constructing a New Structure? Only Employ High-Quality Builders’ Hardware

11 January 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Constructing a new home build can be incredibly expensive. Thus, it is not uncommon to find some individuals trying to skimp on the materials that they use so that they can bring own their overall buildings costs. But what these people are not keeping in mind is that the overall quality of their house is directly dependent on the quality of the builders' hardware that they utilise. Although high-quality building materials will be expensive, do not let the sticker shock deter you from investing in your custom house. Read More 

Is Portaloo Hire a Necessity for Your Construction Site?

26 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a construction project manager, it is your responsibility to ensure that the building goes up without a hitch while ensuring that the well-being of your tradies is also met. And while these blue-collar workers have come to do the heavy lifting, it does not mean that they should be working in uncomfortable conditions. One oversight that some project managers make is not arranging for portaloo hire at their construction site, under the assumption that the workers will find their own ways to relieve themselves. Read More 

3 benefits of using salvaged materials when building your home

19 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have plans to build a home soon, you should consider using salvaged materials to construct some parts of it. Read on to discover why this is a good idea. 1. It's more environmentally-friendly The manufacturing and transportation of new construction materials generate a lot of greenhouse gases, which damage the ozone layer and subsequently contribute to climate change. Furthermore, because a lot of essential building materials are made from wood (such as structural framework components, flooring and countertops), the production of these materials also contributes to deforestation, a serious issue which has led to a drastic reduction in biodiversity in many parts of the world. Read More 

Tree Removal Dangers Everyone Should Know

11 October 2018
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Generally, tree care work can be risky, but tree removal is dangerous. Felling a tree successfully requires knowledge of biology, tree physics, advanced cutting techniques, cutting tools and much more. If you attempt tree removal by yourself, you could be injured by malfunctioning equipment, falling limbs or the tree itself. Here is a list of tree hazards you should know and avoid. Improper equipment When removals professionals are doing their job, they normally wear protective gear from their heads to toes. Read More