Colin's Construction Blog: Building a House

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Colin's Construction Blog: Building a House

Hi, there! My name is Colin. Last year, I finally completed some construction work on my home. For many years, I had been meaning to do lots of jobs around the place. I wanted to install a new bathroom downstairs. However, I had no idea how to do this so I avoided everything. My wife continued to complain about the lack of progress so I eventually contacted a team of contractors. A plumber, an electrician and a construction team visited my home and completed the work. As they did so, they taught me an awful lot about the best way to complete the job. I hope you find my blog useful.

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6 Tips for Taking Care of Your Commercial Kerbs

29 October 2017
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If you are getting commercial kerbing for your apartment building, store or other commercial building, you may be wondering how to take care of your kerbs. The best care regime starts before you even put in your kerbing. Here are some ideas to consider: 1. Choose a Quality Installer When choosing a company to put in your kerbing, look for a company that is experienced with commercial jobs in particular. They will know the building codes and any accessibility guidelines you need to keep in mind. Read More …

Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Metal Roof for Your Home

22 October 2017
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A metal roof is a great investment for any home, as metal roofs usually last much longer than standard asphalt shingles, and may work better at insulating the home. In turn, the home will lose less heating and cooling throughout the year. If you're thinking of a metal roof for your home, note a few mistakes you want to avoid in its selection and installation, so you know you get the right roof and are happy with it over the lifetime of homeownership: Read More …

Answering Your Questions About Glass Splashbacks

10 July 2017
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Glass splashbacks are a great choice for your kitchen, as the glass opens up the space and makes it seem bright and clean, and also coordinates with any type of decor, from traditional to ultra-modern and everything in between. If you're thinking of glass splashbacks for your kitchen, note a few questions you might have about this material and then discuss this choice with an installer as needed. Can the glass be as large as I want? Read More …

4 Useful Things You Need to Support the Functioning of Your Waste Water System

10 July 2017
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A residential waste water treatment system is basically like a miniature waste water treatment plant that you install at your home. It performs the same function as a septic tank, but it features different internal mechanisms. In particular, it has electrical components (which septic tanks don't have). For people living in remote areas or who don't want to be connected to a municipal sewer system, a home waste water system can be ideal. Read More …

Things You Must Do When Refurbishing a Used Wooden Crate

6 July 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Wooden crates have been around for quite a long time. You can use them for transporting things such as farm produce and stationery. They are also handy in the construction industry for transporting and storing materials. Crates used for these purposes are prone to being banged up, accumulating dust and dirt, staining and splintering. Regular use can thus wear them put and render them useless in a matter of days or months. Read More …