How to Deal With Water Damage to a Decorative Cornice

31 December 2018
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If you live in an older home that was built before the time where every process was mechanised, then you may enjoy some of the decorative skills employed by tradesmen and plasterers from "back in the day." The edge of the plaster ceiling in your living room is adorned with a cornice and may have an elaborate pattern as a way of adding character to the room itself. However, you're facing a significant problem with this ceiling, as you've recently had a flooding event. Read More 

Repair or Replace? How to Deal with Damaged Facility Doors

29 May 2018
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If you are a facility manager, do you sometimes feel as if you need to have eyes in the back of your head so that you can keep an eye out for vandals, corner-cutting employees or other mischief makers? You may have CCTV cameras dotted around your facility, but they can't capture every misdeed and from time to time you will have to dig into your corporate pocket to make some significant repairs. Read More 

Two Tips To Prevent Foundation Failure In Your New Home

20 September 2017
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The Queensland first home buyer's grant is a $20,000 incentive to purchase a new home and land package. You have taken advantage of this financial bonus, and move-in day is just around the corner. Since you have not lived in Brisbane before, you may not be aware of the types of weather you can expect. Brisbane suffers from periods of both drought and very wet weather. Since both of these weather extremes impact on the foundation of your new home, you must know how to protect your new home's foundations from needing an expensive repair. Read More 

Choose the Right Demolition Hammer for your Project with These 3 Tips

18 July 2017
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Demolition hammers are valuable pieces of equipment in the construction industry. They are designed with enough power to tear down buildings and walls in demolition projects. They can take out some of the strongest buildings and constructions including concrete structures. However, they are different in terms of size and power. Different constructions have different demolition demands based on their size, nature of material used, foundation systems, environmental conditions in the area, and even the age of the construction. Read More 

What Can Be Recycled When You Demolish Your Home?

11 July 2017
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If you are demolishing your home and you don't want to just throw all the materials into the landfill, you may want to figure out how to recycle as much as possible. There are numerous options when it comes to demolition material recycling. Here's a look at just some of the items you may want to recycle and how to do that. 1. Anything Reusable in Its Current Condition Before starting the demolition process, you should go through the home and pull out anything that is reusable in its current condition. Read More