Retaining Walls: Things to Consider

26 April 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A retaining wall can help to flatten slopes or support soil which is located on an incline. This article looks at the things you should consider when constructing a retaining wall. The location of the work Conduct an assessment of the area to determine if a retaining wall will be needed. You should also check if a functional drainage system is present. If there isn't, this will also need to be constructed. Read More 

Save Money When Hiring Excavators: 5 Top Tips

26 April 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

With the rising cost of residential construction and maintenance, it's more important now than ever to save money when hiring excavators. Don't let this costly expense surprise you in the middle of your construction project. Reduce your costs today by following these five tips: Don't be afraid to negotiate Don't just assume that the excavator's price is the best. You should always shop around for your best price, even when you have one excavator in mind. Read More 

Residential Drafting and Design: An Introduction

26 March 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are thinking about building a new residence of some sort or even just want to spruce up an old one, drafting and design may seem mysterious and complex. But in truth, it is not that difficult. This article is here to try and demystify things a little for you! It will go through what residential drafting is in the first place, as well as how to use it to your advantage when you're planning out your new project. Read More 

What To Do When Your Commercial Refrigerators Start Malfunctioning

4 February 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Many commercial companies use refrigeration for all sorts of purposes, from medical storage to food preparation. Whatever your needs are, there are some steps you should always follow when your commercial refrigerators stop working as intended, and you need to act fast. Refrigeration repair should be the first number you call, but there are some steps you can take to minimise the damage and risk before and after the mechanics arrive. Read More