Construction Site Safety: Measures to Protect Your Workers from Eye Injuries

27 September 2019
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The construction industry is one of the sectors where work-related eye injuries are common. The nature of the operations and processes result in flying debris which easily get lodged in the eye and cause harm. More than 50,000 people were admitted to hospitals over work-related eye injuries between 2010 and 2015. As a contractor overseeing a construction project, you must protect your workers from eye injuries. Not only do these injuries cause costly downtime, but they also result in losses if you don't have workers' compensation insurance. Read More 

3 Top Reasons Why Your House Needs Vinyl Cladding

22 August 2017
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Vinyl is one of the building supplies that has recently started garnering attention from interior designers and construction contractors alike. Grossly underappreciated in years past, technological advancements have transformed vinyl into an attractive as well as highly functional building material for a myriad of applications. One of the on-trend vinyl applications is as cladding. Some homeowners may assume that they do not need siding for their property as long as it is painted, but this could not be further from the truth. Read More 

Materials Available To You When Contemplating New Cladding

21 June 2017
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Cladding is an essential building supply when constructing your home as this will ensure your exterior walls are protected from the effects of prolonged exposure to the elements. In addition to this, your cladding can also help in preventing pest infestations, development of mould, regulating interior temperatures and more. If you have timber cladding, you will inevitably have to replace it after some time due to natural wear. Below are the options that are available to you when contemplating replacing your timber cladding with new materials. Read More 

How to Choose the Ideal Installation Location for a Split System’s Outdoor Unit

4 October 2016
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Split unit air conditioners consist of an indoor unit that conditions the air and an outdoor unit that dispels heat from the system. To get the best value and ensure optimal performance of split systems, you will be required to choose the ideal installation location for the indoor and outdoor unit. Selecting a location for the outdoor unit can be challenging due to exposure to the elements. Learn some factors that you should consider when choosing the location of your split system's outdoor unit. Read More 

What Building Inspection Services Do I Need Before a Home Flip?

20 September 2016
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One of the ways that many real estate developers and small contractors are using to make ends meet during slow months is home flipping. The concept is to find a home that is being sold at a very low price, remodel the home, and resell it for the higher value. Profits on these home sells can be substantial depending on the neighborhood and what upgrades have been done to the home. Read More