Two tips for safely transporting and handling your construction materials

Posted on: 5 June 2017

Damaged construction materials can not only drastically increase the costs of your project, but could also result in serious delays (due to the time spent waiting for the replacement materials to arrive). As such, it's sensible to take measures to ensure that your materials remain safe when they're being transported to the construction site and whilst they're being moved around inside it. Here are two ways to do this. Keep materials secured inside the vehicle
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Preparing to Minimise Land Effects and Deal With Byproducts When Trenchless Drilling

Posted on: 4 June 2017

Trenchless and horizontal directional drilling reduce the effect of drilling on the landscape and produces fewer byproducts throughout the process. However, the process still affects the land and creates some byproducts. Although both effects are lessened, you still need to prepare. Here's what to keep in mind: 1. Soil Investigation  A directional or trenchless drilling service requires a certain type of land to be the most successful. If the soil is too sandy, for instance, it can be more likely to cave in during the drilling process.
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2 Beautiful And Unusual Contemporary Tiling Looks For Your New Bathroom

Posted on: 4 June 2017

Tiling is an essential part of creating a practical and functional bathroom conversion. Tiles are durable, water-resistant and easy to clean and maintain in a room that is prone to mould and mildew growth. If you're planning a bathroom renovation and you think that opting for more modern and unusual materials for your splashbacks and shower recess might result in a more contemporary and interesting look, then think again. Modern wall tiles are no longer the generic, bland and basic bathroom feature that they once were.
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5 Tips to Help With Concrete Joint Sealing

Posted on: 4 June 2017

If you want a smooth look between concrete slabs, you may want to seal the joints. In order for this process to be as effective as possible, you need to prepare carefully. Here are some tips to help you   1. Wait Until the Concrete Is Set and Cured You can't seal the joints between the slabs until the concrete is fully set and cured. This doesn't just mean that the concrete is dry and ready to walk on.
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