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The Pros of Incorporating Non-Destructive Digging Into Your Construction Project

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When your construction project warrants the excavation of the earth, as most projects do, you and your construction contractors need to decide what will be the best technique. And while it may seem easier to simply stick to traditional methods that you are accustomed to, you may want to consider integrating new technology into your project by opting for non-destructive digging. Also referred to as vacuum excavation, this technique employs sucker trucks that work via pressurised water jets, air suction and compression to carry out the job. Read More»

Three Things You Need To Consider When Choosing Which Type Of Material You Want Your Wall Frames Made Out Of

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Wall frames make up a large amount of your entire home’s structure and therefore can determine a lot about its longevity, how well it ages and how it behaves in certain environments. When it comes to wall frames, there are two major types of material: steel and timber. Both have their own benefits and negatives, but to decide which one you want, you should consider how they each react to different problems. Read More»

Are Shutters Right for Your Property?

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If you have been considering adding shutters to the windows in your building, then you will probably already be aware of some of the many advantages that shutters can offer. The decorative nature of shutters is well known and it is easy to see the positive effect that they can have simply by walking past homes which have already had shutters fitted. However, there are many other benefits which may only become apparent once the shutters have been in place for a while. Read More»