3 Event Upgrades to Your Standard Portaloo Rentals

24 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have been renting portaloo options for your various events through the year, then you likely are used to the traditional option. The traditional option is chemical composting with no flushing. Though these rentals work fine, there are some upgrades that you can make to your normal portaloo hire that will give people attending your event more comfort and more useful amenities. Here are three of those upgrades to consider for your portaloo hire. Read More 

Why You Should Waterproof Your Bathroom

10 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When decorating your bathroom, methods can be used to waterproof surfaces, preventing water from causing damage to your property. Bathroom waterproofing has many advantages, including preventing leaks and damp, increasing the value of your property and increasing insulation. How can your bathroom be waterproofed? Bathroom waterproofing can be achieved in different ways. One method is through the use of paint and a waterproof membrane. A primer is applied to the bathroom surfaces, followed by the use of silicone to seal any gaps between the wall and the floor. Read More 

Ensure Your Building Adheres to Fire and Safety Regulations With These Tips

25 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Municipal councils will put minimum fire and safety requirements in place for construction projects to follow. One of the minimum standards is the installation of fire protection construction products, also known as passive fire protection products. These products form part of the building itself and play several functions, including providing a means of escape when there is fire, limiting the spread of fire from one area to another. Some will contain fire in the room in which the fire originated, and sometimes they will prevent fire from outside from getting into the building. Read More 

3 Things to Know About Electrics When Building a New Home

30 July 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When building a new house, you may be so consumed in the design process that you don't stop to think about your electrical needs. Most people assume that there is a standard way of installing electrical fixtures in homes. While this is true, the world is quickly changing, and homes have varying electrical demands. What works for your neighbour may not work for you. That's why you need to create an electrical design that will meet the present and future needs of your new home. Read More 

3 Plumbing Supplies that Can Save You Money Later

4 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, you know that there will be times when a simple repair will save you money. The issues with simple plumbing repairs comes in with having the right supplies when you need them. If you want to prepare for common plumbing repairs, then you need to get the right supplies. Here are three plumbing supplies that can save you money later and possibly keep you from having to make an after hours repair call. Read More