Will Your Construction Project Cause Vibration?

1 December 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Vibration is something that everyone feels, but that not many people take seriously. Vibration can be felt from something as small as a household drill or even a washing machine. However, these are only small examples and don't cause more than a mild inconvenience. Heavy equipment will generate much more vibration and can be more problematic. One area where lots of vibration is often generated is a construction site. What causes vibration during construction work? Read More 

How Much Should You Expect to Pay for Pre-Purchase Building Inspection Services?

15 October 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you take into account how large of an investment purchasing a house is, you will quickly realise that you need to take all measures necessary to ensure that you are not paying for a defective property. And one of the best ways of doing so is by enlisting pre-purchase building inspection services. While some individuals are under the impression that these services will simply inflate their overall property acquisition costs, the truth of the matter is that a building inspection can go a long way in saving you money in the long run. Read More 

4 Top Considerations When Installing Commercial Lifts

30 August 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Lifts have more to offer than just structural support to business premises. They are vital in providing efficient transportation of people and goods to and from various building floors. When considering installing a commercial lift, you must keep in mind its overall safety and functionality. Furthermore, the success of your commercial lift installation is dependent on these four critical factors: The Lift Capacity  During the planning phase, determine the expected building capacity, as well as passenger waiting time. Read More 

Could Your Design Benefit From Incorporating Concrete Panels?

20 July 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Bricks, breeze blocks or wood are all common building materials, but perhaps the most common of all is concrete. You could use concrete for building strong foundations or for constructing a bridge or a wall. The popularity of concrete is partly due to the strength of the material. However, the versatility of concrete also plays a part in its inclusion in so many building projects. In some cases, you may want to pour concrete on-site. Read More 

Ready For A Change? Why You Need To Talk To A Contractor About A Home Extension

3 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home no longer suits your needs, it's time to talk to a contractor. A home extension might be just what you need to make your home more enjoyable. One of the great things about a home extension is that the process can increase the size of an existing space, or it can be used to add a new room to your home.  If you're not sure that a home extension is right for you, read the information provided below. Read More