Tips for Ensuring Safety When Working With Scaffolding

14 August 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Planning to use scaffolding for your work at height job? As is the case when using any elevating or aerial work platform, safety should be a top priority when using scaffolding. Taking steps to ensure the safety of everyone involved in your job will help you reduce and potentially eliminate liability that may stem from accidents and injuries that may arise on the job.  So, what should you do to ensure scaffolding safety? Read More 

Is Your Cooling Tower a Threat to the General Public?

15 July 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are responsible for maintaining a larger building, whether residential or commercial, you have a certain amount of responsibility towards the people who come and go on a daily basis. You may be aware of this responsibility and address most of the obvious risks while feeling fairly confident about your position. Yet you may be overlooking something that could cause a serious health issue and is associated with the very function of your building. Read More 

Areas in the Land Division Process Where a Land Surveyor’s Input Is Critical

26 June 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Land division is a process that anyone who is in the construction sector long enough can undertake. However, that is not to say that the whole process is easy and straightforward. For instance, it is wrong to conclude that property developers always get around the process 100% of the time. Unless you are a land surveyor, understanding the land division processes can be complicated, overwhelming and confusing. It is the reason why most people get some of the most critical areas wrong and end up wasting time and significant resources to amend the mistakes. Read More 

Green Commercial AC Technologies That HVAC Contractors Should Explore

28 May 2019
 Categories: , Blog

For a commercial HVAC contractor, the priority is to offer clients commercial air conditioning solutions that are energy efficient or green. It is especially the case if you consider the fact that environmental regulations are getting more strict by the day. There is growing evidence that clients are willing to pay more for environmentally friendly commercial HVAC systems. As a commercial HVAC contractor, this is excellent news for your bottom-line and reputation. Read More 

The Advantages Of Using Engineered Stone For Your New Kitchen Benchtop

14 May 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Engineered stone is a type of hybrid product — part manufactured, part natural.  It consists of a combination of crushed stone — typically quartz — and other materials such as glass or shells, and a resin bonding material. It has many advantages when used for a kitchen benchtop. Provides Design Freedom For a start, engineered stone provides design freedom because the range of different colours and textures is so vast. This will allow you to easily choose a hue and pattern to coordinate with other components such as cabinetry, splashbacks, and appliances. Read More