Construction Contractors: Getting the Job Done

Underpinning Techniques for Repairing Faulty Foundations

Underpinning is one of the best methods for increasing the depth of a foundation or repairing a faulty foundation. This could be the case if the foundation is damaged or you intend to add more storeys to an existing building. One of the common signs that show a structure requires underpinning is when it has visible cracks, or there is a sign of a faulty foundation, particularly diagonal cracks. The most popular technique an underpinning contractor can use is the mass pour method. Read More 

Time For A Kerb, But Which One Best Suits Your Needs?

When it comes to concrete kerbing, most people do not find it a subject to get excited about. After all, aren't all kerbs the same? As someone who needs to replace concrete kerbing at their home, you will be surprised to learn that there are differences in kerbing types, and knowing these difference helps you determine which product is best for your needs. So before you call a concrete contractor to come and quote for your project, these are three different kerbs available to you. Read More 

4 Underpinning Methods To Be Aware Of

If the foundation of your house has started to sink, then it is time to begin deliberating on underpinning services. While there are multiple foundation repair services that you can choose, underpinning is one of the most sought-after for Aussie homes as it entails the lifting of your structure to mitigate the settlement. As a result, your foundation is not only safeguarded from further sinking, but the entire structure is stabilised too. Read More 

Advantages of Using Onboard Truck Weighing Scales

An overloaded vehicle is not safe because it can negatively affect the road surface and the environment. The chances of a bulk haulage truck that has been overloaded getting an accident are very high, so it is a danger to humans. The truck will be unstable, and therefore it will be difficult to steer. These overloaded trucks consume a lot of fuel and need maintenance on a regular basis. Most transport companies have gone ahead to install onboard scales on their haulage trucks. Read More 

Follow These Simple Steps to Safeguard the Safety of Your Workers When Using Scaffolding

Fall hazards are one of the major causes of severe injuries and fatalities in the construction industry. Most of the falls happen when the workers are on scaffolds, which means that it is possible to cut down the accidents by merely minding the safety of the frameworks. Safe Work Australia recommends a set of guidelines and recommendations for the creation, use and maintenance of scaffolding for safety in construction to reduce hazards which come with using them. Read More