Construction Contractors

Ways of Minimising the Degrading Effects of Corrosive Soil on Steel Screw Piles

Steel screw piles are one of the most popular construction products used for building deep foundations today. In most applications, corrosion of the steel is not a serious concern, but if the soil into which the piles are going to be driven is corrosive in nature, measures will have to be taken to prevent rapid degradation of the portion that is below the ground.  Fabricators of steel screw piles can provide products with that can offer maximum resistance from soil corrosion. Read More 

Desiging Your Perfect Home: Put Together a Portfolio of Ideas

People are opting in increasing numbers to have their own homes designed. Sometimes this is because the costs can be surprisingly low, even when you factor in land, materials and labour. But overall, of course, the chance to have your dream home designed and constructed from scratch is too good to pass up. As you'll probably understand, there's a lot of ground to cover between coming up with an initial design and packing up for moving day, but it's ground that should bring a lot of joy and excitement. Read More 

Additions to Make Your Deck Practical and Appealing

One of the investments you can make during house construction is the addition of a deck. However, merely having the structure in place does not translate into enhanced aesthetics for your property. There are some things that you could consider to make your deck pop while also making sure you can enjoy your living space to the maximum. Read on to find out which additions would make your deck appealing while boosting its practicality. Read More 

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Marking a Lot or Other Pavement

If you own, manage, or are in any way responsible for an apartment complex, commercial facility or other such area, you will need to ensure the surfaces of the parking lot and roadways around the complex are always properly marked. Failure to keep these surfaces marked properly can result in overcrowding of the lot, cars being blocked in because of haphazard parking, collisions and the lack of adequate handicapped spaces or fire lanes. Read More 

Answering Some Questions About Asbestos and Its Removal

Asbestos can be a very dangerous substance, which is why it's no longer used in the construction of Australian homes and buildings today. However, this doesn't mean that there is no risk of coming into contact with the substance and of suffering some very severe and adverse health risks because of it. Note a few questions you might have about asbestos and your chance of exposure to it and how to keep yourself safe. Read More