Should You Consider Prefabricated Homes For Your New Home Build?

Posted on: 20 October 2017

A significant number of people tend to associated prefabricated homes with regular trailer homes, but this is a big misconception. The truth of the matter is that the manufacturing technology used to create prefabricated homes makes them outstandingly similar to a conventional home build. In addition to this, prefabricated dwellings also present a range of advantages that you would not get if you chose to embark on building a custom home.
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5 Signs You Shouldn't Approach Home Demolition on Your Own

Posted on: 11 July 2017

If you need to demolish part or all of your home, it may be tempting to do it yourself. After all, who can't grab a sledge hammer and take down a house? It's easy right? Actually, demolition is harder than most people realise. Here are five signs that you shouldn't do your own demolition. 1. You Don't Have Experience This is especially important when it comes to internal demolition. In particular, if you want to open up an area by removing a wall, you need to ensure that you don't remove any load bearing parts.
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How To Get The Building Design You Want

Posted on: 10 July 2017

Whether you are building a property from scratch or carrying out restorations on an existing building, you will need to factor in building design at some point in the process. It is the building design that will determine the layout and overall design of your renovations and ensure that the end result is to your exact specification.  Take Time To Decide On Your Building Design You may already have a good idea of the kind of building design you are after.
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Why Contour Surveys Are Primary Whenever You Consider Purchasing Any Land

Posted on: 7 July 2017

If you have grandiose plans to develop a new parcel of land, you may have some options available to you. You believe that the land in question would be suitable, but realise that you are only at the beginning of a complicated research process. Before you get too far ahead of yourself, you need to engage a proper survey. What is involved here? The Real World View It's very unlikely that the land in question is completely flat and in fact, an area with a certain amount of elevation is typically preferable for aesthetic purposes.
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