How Can Directional Drilling Services Add Value to Your Contracting Business?

12 November 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have been contracted to lay fibre optics cables but there is a big hitch and the cables have to go across a city highway, do you close the road and dig a trench across it? This is where you need directional drilling services. Instead of cutting a trench across the highway, directional drilling will drill a hole underneath it. Contracting businesses tasked with laying cables and piping can use directional drilling to add value to their contracts in several ways. Read More 

A Guide On Residential Demolition

30 September 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Demolishing your home could seem like a straightforward and easy task. However, you need to be careful to avoid severe accidents and exposure to dangerous materials. Read this excerpt for some residential demolition tips.  Hire A Qualified Contractor Demolition works should be conducted by skilled and experienced contractors. Below are some tips to help you choose a demolition contractor:  Check the contractor's portfolio to ascertain that he or she has handled similar or larger projects in the past. Read More 

Purchasing Land? Why You Need to Know Precisely What You’re Working with Before You Can Develop

15 September 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you want to develop a significant plot of land, you will first need to figure out exactly what you're dealing with. You may already have some rudimentary measurements, but if you're going to make the best use of this opportunity, you need to be very accurate and use the best equipment possible. As you choose your contractors, what type of equipment should you be on the lookout for? High Accuracy Read More 

How the Strata Subdivision Surveyor Will Help You With Land Subdivision

12 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Land subdivision is the most crucial part of the land development process. When the subdivision is not done properly, it leaves the possibility of boundary and other surveillance problems showing up later on, which might lead to the demolition of already established structures, lawsuits and other losses.  As a property developer, you should always ensure that you engage a competent surveyor from the start of the survey process to the time when you get the land subdivision title and all the permits needed to establish your choice of property. Read More 

Are You Thinking About Finishing the External Side to Your House? Here Are Three Reasons to Try Cladding

17 June 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Cladding is not always visible from afar, but it is an external protection which most buildings carry in one form or the other. Cladding is the act of installing an additional layer of material on an already existing structure. It is done for functional and aesthetic reasons. Some of the most commonly used materials to make cladding include brick, wood, vinyl and cement. If you are thinking about changing the way your house looks and you have several options on your plate, here are three main reasons to consider external cladding. Read More