A Timber Fence for Your Property: What You Need to Know

17 October 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your home is a valuable asset. While it's important that you invest in appropriate door and window locks to prevent unwanted entry into your home, how will you protect the exterior of your home? For most homes, a well-maintained garden fence is the most effective way of ensuring your privacy and preventing intruders from accessing your property. What should your fence look like? Any fence you consider putting around your home must be perfect in keeping with the appearance of your property. Read More 

Considerations To Have In Mind When Constructing A Granny Flat

26 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Granny flats are not, by any means, a new concept. Nonetheless, when compared to the granny flats of old, the new-age varieties are much more architecturally enticing with their contemporary designs. Moreover, they are no longer considered to be the space allocated to ageing parents. Instead, they are now a great extra bedroom or even an Airbnb space to supplement the homeowner's income. Thus, if you have extra space in your yard, it is unsurprising that you would want to make the most of it by hiring construction contractors to build a granny flat. Read More 

3 Ways to Maximise Built-in Wardrobe Space in a Small Bedroom

4 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your bedroom is small, then you may not be sure whether to install built-in wardrobes or whether to just buy freestanding storage. However, even small bedrooms benefit from having wardrobes custom built. They may actually take up less footprint space and maximise the available space you have in the room. It is important to design your wardrobes carefully in a smaller room, however. These tips should help. 1. Use All Available Space Read More 

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