Pass The First Time: How To Prepare For Your Building Inspection

If you're scheduled for a building inspection, you want to make sure you pass the first time. Taking multiple attempts to pass your building inspection will cost you time and money. Luckily, there are steps you can take to improve your chances of passing your building inspection on the first attempt. Here are four of those steps for you to follow.  Take Care of Plumbing  If you're currently dealing with leaky pipes, and you're scheduled for a building inspection, now's the time to take care of the repairs. [Read More]

Is Directional Drilling the Right Option?

Are you searching for a way to get utility cables to your building site? Perhaps you are trying to install a new water main, or an electricity supply. Maybe it is fibre broadband that you want to bring to a new area. In most cases, installing a pipe or a cable involves digging a trench from one location to the next before putting the pipe in the trench and covering it over with earth. [Read More]

Are you planning an excavation on your construction site?

Whether you are a homeowner building an extension to your property or a representative of the government planning a new bridge, it is common to think that all building work is similar. One area that particularly suffers from this misconception is excavation. Many people think that excavation work is just digging a big hole and that any company can do it with whatever equipment they happen to have available. The truth is that excavation is often highly specialized and should only be carried out with the appropriate equipment. [Read More]

Home Demolition: DIY Versus Home Demolition Experts

Home demolition means bringing down part of your home structure or the entire structure. You may come across simple and complex demolition work; the difference lies in the size of your home, the amount of work required and demolition work specifics. Here's why it might be in your best interest to hire home demolition services instead of carrying out the demolition yourself: Knowledge and Skills If you do not consider yourself a handy person, hire a home demolition expert. [Read More]