Precautions You Should Take After Glass Repairs

17 July 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It may not seem like it, but glass is an essential part of our lives. It is in our bathrooms, windows, churches, kitchens and cars, among other things. It can also be used to package drinks, foods and pharmaceutical drugs. Wherever you look, you can easily spot glass. Now, despite its versatile use, glass breaks easily, and it is essential to take the necessary precautions after glass repairs. Some of these precautions include the following: Read More 

DIY Plastering: 4 Tools You Will Need

28 June 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If a wall in your home has been damaged, you will need to apply a fresh coat of plaster to the area in order to make it as good as new. However, before you get to work, you should ensure you have all of the tools you need with you. Read on to find out about the equipment you need to complete a plastering job. A mixing bucket As the name suggests, the mixing bucket is used to mix the plaster before it is applied to the wall. Read More 

Options for Steep Inclines and Your Waterfront Property

31 May 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Steep inclines and pathways to the waterfront can be an issue for a waterfront residential homeowner. When you bought the home, you may have had a simple carved out pathway that used the natural rocks and land formation to reach the waterfront. The issue with this option comes in with storms or with friends or family members that may not be able to navigate the path. If this is the case, consider the following options that a marine contractor can offer to help you navigate the path safely year round. Read More 

Reasons to Prioritise Soil Stabilisation Prior To Paving Your Property

17 May 2019
 Categories: , Blog

If you are planning to pave your property, whether commercial or residential, you may be under the impression that the process of soil stabilisation will be more expensive than simply digging out the soil and laying your concrete, asphalt and so on. The reality is that soil stabilisation is not just a cost-efficient step to paving your property, but it is also crucial to the strength and the durability of the newly laid paving. Read More 

Why Residential Insulation Is Essential For Your Garage

29 March 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A majority of homeowners know that residential insulation is crucial for their house. Nonetheless, the garage tends to be overlooked when insulation installation is performed. You may think that insulating your garage is a waste of money, but this is incorrect. When you take into consideration how useful this space is for the storage of an array of items, coupled with the multiple times the garage is opened on a daily basis, you will find that insulating this space is just as essential as insulating the rest of your structure. Read More