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Choosing the Right Material For a Construction Project

  • Contaminated Land: Three Critical Issues to Address before Asbestos Soil Removal

    Asbestos in the soil can be dangerous, especially if you are interested in developing the land through construction or agriculture. In general, if the asbestos particles in your contaminated land are released due to disturbance, they could be inhaled by the people around. As a result, diseases such asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma could develop in the affected people. Besides, the asbestos can cause harm to the general environment. If you are interested in asbestos soil removal as a remediation process for your contaminated process, you should address these critical issues before proceeding with the project.

  • House Construction: How to Store Your Timber Trusses on the Site

    Under ideal circumstances, timber trusses should be installed immediately after they are delivered to the construction site. This practice ensures that the roofing framework is set up while the product is in its best condition. Remember, trusses are manufactured in a controlled industrial environment for optimal performance and stability. Continuous exposure to unfavourable conditions can cause some deterioration before installation. Unfortunately, in the real world, immediate installation upon delivery is not always possible because of unexpected issues.

  • 5 Reasons Why There Is No Substitute for The Unique Metal Roofs

    There is simply no substitute for metal roofs. Other than adding a striking major design element, metal reigns in maintenance and energy efficiency. Also, unlike other roofing materials, a metal roof will practically last you a lifetime. Here's a closer look at why a roof made from metal makes perfect sense. Strength Colorbond, a type of metal roofing, is one of the most advanced building materials present today. Metal roofing is highly resistant to elements.

  • 3 Benefits of Acquiring the EWP License for a Job Seeker

    With non-residential building activity set to grow over the next three years, you should expect competition for jobs in the construction sector to get tighter. It is especially the case if you are an aspiring EWP machine operator because boom-type elevated platforms are a necessity in construction worksites today. As a fresh college graduate, you might be wondering how to get ahead of the competition and secure employment with a building contractor.

  • Plywood Products

    Plywood is a type of wood that has been engineered from manufactured boards such as particle board (chipboard) and medium density fibreboard (MDF). Plywood bind resin and wood fibre-sheet cells are thin, strong and long to make up a composite material. There are various plywood products available and include the following. Hardboard Hardboards are a type of plywood that can be perforated, standard, oil tempered or white painted grades. Hardboards are used in covering of floors but can also have varied applications which include cladding and paneling.

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Choosing the Right Material For a Construction Project

If you are planning to start a new construction project, you may be wondering about the best type of materials to use. About 6 months ago, I decided to carry out an extensive renovation of my home. This would involve demolishing one wall, extending the kitchen and the construction of a new patio area. I really wasn't sure which materials would be best. I consulted with a contractor and he explained the pros and cons of each material. In the end, I opted for wood and steel. I am really pleased with the end results. I hope this blog helps you to plan your construction project.

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