Tips to Ensure that Your Directional Drilling Equipment Operates at Maximum Efficiency

25 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Directional drilling has become popular because it allows building contractors and engineers to perform tasks such as the installation of pipes, cables and conduits without creating a lot of mess on the surface. For directional drilling to be successful, you need to ensure that all the tools are in perfect working condition before you start operations. Here are the most important tips that can help you enhance the efficiency of your directional drilling tools. Read More 

How To Make Sure You Are Fully Prepared For Every Job

11 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Working in construction as a builder will mean that you come into a wide range of scenarios every week and no two events are quite the same. As you well know you must be prepared for all kinds of events and not having the right equipment on you at all times can mean heavy delays in getting the job done and, in turn, can cost you work that you then miss out on due to these delays. Read More 

Protecting Your Home From Storm Damage

25 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Every year, Australia is battered by extreme weather which can cause significant damage to property. Tropical storms can bring high winds, hail and heavy rain, which can result in flooding and damage to roofing. Below is a guide to some of the steps you can make to your home to ensure that it is protected from the next big storm. Install a stormwater drain Tropical downpours can lead to an extremely large amount of rain falling in a very short amount of time. Read More 

What You Should Know About Removing a Tree Close to Your House

31 July 2018
 Categories: , Blog

People have trees removed for lots of different reasons, but they normally boil down to the tree either being hazardous or inconvenient. This could be because the tree is damaged, because it's growing in a dangerous way, or simply because you want to free up outdoor space for landscaping. Sometimes a tree is growing too close to your house, and that causes several problems in itself. Branches might be worryingly close to windows and guttering, or the tree could be blocking your views. Read More 

Why the Soil at Your Building Site May Contain Asbestos and What You Should Do

4 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The risk posed by asbestos is very well known and it's not surprising that there are a significant number of rules and regulations linked to the disposal of this substance. If you currently need to work on a particular plot of land, but suspect that it may have been originally contaminated with asbestos, this piece will explain what you should do. Learn How the Challenge Materialised It is unfortunate that asbestos was essentially uncontrolled for so long, but it's even more unfortunate that some individuals treated the risk as secondary to profit, in more recent times. Read More