Zoey Williamson

Whether you're starting a home building project or doing something on a larger scale, you have to keep a lot of different elements in mind. You have to think about the quality of the contractors you hire, the environmental impact of the materials you select, and the building processes that are used in the project. You also have to think about time and budget constraints. That can be overwhelming, but this blog is here to shoulder some of the burden. My name is Jonathon, and I've been there. I decided to start this blog to provide tips and ideas for others who are dealing with the stresses of planning, starting or managing a construction project.

Zoey Williamson

A Guide On Asbestos Removals

16 July 2021
 Categories:
Construction & Contractors, Blog

Most homes built before the asbestos ban will certainly have asbestos on the walls, floors, insulation or roof. If your home contains asbestos, you would want to get rid of the hazardous material. Below is an article with some asbestos removal tips.  DIY Asbestos Removal  There are two categories of asbestos: friable and non-friable. Friable asbestos is loose and quickly spreads its fibres. On the other hand, non-friable asbestos is compact.
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3 Benefits of a Topographical Survey on a Land Development Project

26 May 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You'll commission a range of land surveys before you start work on your development project. One of the most useful early surveys is a topographical analysis of your plot. These surveys assess the land you want to build on. They look at the contours of the land, its boundaries and its features. However, what benefits come from having an early topographical survey? 1. Get a True Picture of the Land
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Is Your Company Planning Some Building Work?

22 April 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Is your business expanding? Are you considering building on a new site to accommodate your growing workforce? Perhaps you have sufficient space to remodel the premises on your existing site. Whatever building work you want to be done, there are plenty of questions to be answered before the industrial construction companies can begin the building work. Are you building on a new site? If you are starting a new company or opening a new location, you must ensure that your building and its intended use comply with the area zoning requirements.
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Residential Demolition: 4 Steps That Protect Neighbouring Properties

12 March 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Demolition can be a noisy and messy business. If you are planning to have a property demolished, you may be wondering about the steps demolition contractors will take to limit the impact of the work on your neighbours. This article details the steps which can be taken during demolition work to protect those who live nearby. Read on to discover more. Misting One of the first steps you can take is to minimise dust by using a misting system.
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Could a structural engineer help guide your project?

26 January 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you concerned about the state of your property? It may be that you have noticed that the roof has started to sag or that worrying cracks are beginning to creep across the walls. Perhaps, there is nothing wrong with your property at the moment but you think that an alteration or extension that you are proposing could have a structural impact on the property. If there are any structural concerns about your property, then it is advisable to call in a structural engineer.
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About Me
The Anatomy of a Perfect Construction Project: Tips for Consumers

Whether you're starting a home building project or doing something on a larger scale, you have to keep a lot of different elements in mind. You have to think about the quality of the contractors you hire, the environmental impact of the materials you select, and the building processes that are used in the project. You also have to think about time and budget constraints. That can be overwhelming, but this blog is here to shoulder some of the burden. My name is Jonathon, and I've been there. I decided to start this blog to provide tips and ideas for others who are dealing with the stresses of planning, starting or managing a construction project.

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