What to Do If You Suspect Your Old House Has Asbestos

Posted on: 22 April 2021

Homes built before the 1980s could expose occupants to asbestos. The hazardous substance lurks in building materials manufactured in the 1900s, and when inhaled, it can cause severe health complications such as lung cancer and mesothelioma. Therefore, if you suspect your old home may be having asbestos, it's imperative to take immediate action. Below are three essential steps you can take towards asbestos remediation. Inspect your building materials Just because your home was built in the late 1900s doesn't mean it has asbestos.
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Why Residential Demolition Is Such A Tricky Task

Posted on: 16 March 2021

Australia has a lot of built-up areas populated with buildings that are several decades old. As such, it is only natural that many people look to update their property by tearing down the old and replacing it with something new, which in turn leads to quite a lot of demolition work. Residential demolition is a very tricky task and one that is best left to the experts in the field. In some ways, it can be much more demanding than actually building the house.
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Are you considering demolishing your home?

Posted on: 25 January 2021

Whatever state your property is in, the idea of home demolition is rarely a welcome one. There may be times when you decide that you want to knock down your home to create something bigger but more frequently the idea of a home demolition comes up after a catastrophic disaster such as a fire, flood or extensive storm damage. It is often tempting to think that it is cheaper to repair any damage, but that isn't always the case.
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Are You Thinking About Subdividing Land?

Posted on: 9 December 2020

Are you thinking about setting up a subdivision? If you have some land that you want to build on, then creating a subdivision is often the most practical option. Selling a large piece of land will not generate anywhere near the level of income that a completed subdivision or even the sale of individual plots could bring. If you are planning a subdivision, then you can't simply place properties randomly on your plot of land.
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