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.

3 Reasons Why Data Cabling Can Benefit from a Shift Towards Hard Flooring

4 January 2019
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Developments in IT infrastructure management—cabling and wiring—are causing changes in the choice of floor types. Although raised flooring has been a staple for first-generation data cabling management techniques, modern IT facilities are moving towards hard flooring. For instance, most data centres are installing overhead cable trays and replacing raised floors with hard flooring. Therefore, if you work in a data centre that has raised flooring, it is time to convince the management to make the shift for the proper performance of data cabling.
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The Horror of a Blocked Toilet: What to Do

1 May 2018
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Whether it's Jack Nicholson going crazy in an isolated and creepy yet picturesque hotel, or a cultivated and charming killer with a taste for fava beans and a nice Chianti, this type of horror ends the moment you turn the TV off and remember you're in your nice, safe home. But what about when your home presents you with another type of horror? When your toilet doesn't flush and the water (along with the contents of the bowl) begins to creep upwards, it's a sign that something is seriously wrong in the world.
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Commercial Concrete Kerbing: Simple Tips for Ensuring Durability

29 March 2018
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Concrete kerbs are favourable over alternatives for commercial kerbing applications. In simple terms, concrete is a durable and strong material which can withstand the stress of high traffic and unexpected impact. Also, the material is relatively inexpensive and has a contemporary appearance which complements commercial setups. In addition, the concrete kerbing will not need constant maintenance. However, you should note that the performance and longevity of the structure can be determined by numerous external factors.
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What to Do If Your Toilet Backs Up Whilst Your Family Is Ill

29 October 2017
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If your family has the flu or any other health issue where they are vomiting and having diarrhea, the last thing you want is a backed up toilet. However, toilets seem to back up and overflow at the worst times, and if it happens whilst everyone is sick, there are a few steps you need to take. Try these ideas: 1. Shut Off the Water To prevent more water from getting onto the floor, shut off the toilet.
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High And Mighty: Choosing High-End Metal Roofing Materials For Your Home

6 July 2017
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Metal roofing has a number of highly attractive advantages over more traditional and conventional roofing choices, from its incredible durability to the ease with which is can be cleaned and maintained. However, the standard steel sheets seen adorning many metal-roofed buildings can look somewhat drab and utilitarian, especially if they fall victim to the rust that can plague older steel roofs. Consequently, many homeowners who seek the benefits of metal roofing will invest in one of the more distinctive, high-end metals.
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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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