Salt Damp Inspections for Preventative Maintenance

Posted on: 20 October 2021

One of the causes of breakdown in homes across Australia is salt damp. This type of issue can cause typical water damage and dampness through concrete flooring. It can also cause the concrete to break down and become brittle. This brittleness can lead to the damage of the house foundation and the walls. It can also allow the dampness to move into wood and cause wood rot. Before any of this happens, you can have a salt damp inspection done as part of your regular preventative maintenance.
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4 Tips for Staying Safe During a Demolition Project

Posted on: 16 October 2020

Every building has an expected design life, and when the useful life ends, the structure becomes unsafe for living. It is important to demolish such buildings to create space that can be reused. Demolition work involves knocking down a building or part of a load-bearing structure. Health and safety are a priority when handling demolition projects in Australia. Therefore, you have to know the proper ways to keep yourself and your workers safe when demolishing a building.
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3 Reasons Why Underpinning Is Crucial for Your Home or Business Premise

Posted on: 26 June 2020

Unless you have enough experience in the construction industry, chances are that you know little about your home's foundations. They are crucial aspects of any structure or building. For this reason, they require more strengthening and stabilisation through underpinning.  Before beginning the excavation project, you need to hire qualified contractors. They are crucial in determining the soil ability to withstand the structure's weight. After the assessment, they can decide the type of underpinning method that's required.
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Commercial Fencing Guide

Posted on: 22 April 2020

A fence will enhance the security of your commercial building, its appearance and value. Below is a guide on the various considerations you should make when choosing and installing a commercial fence. Check Zoning Regulations Zoning regulations may prohibit specific types of fences. For instance, high chain-link fences may be prohibited in the CBD. Besides, the regulations may determine the height of fences to be used or completely restrict the use of fences.
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