Concrete Industrial Buildings: Planning for Your Tilt-up Panel Construction

Posted on: 12 January 2019

Tilt-up construction is a beneficial option to consider if you are preparing to build an industrial structure. The installation of concrete panels takes a shorter period of time than traditional construction. Also, this building method is less labour-intensive than alternative methods because the panels are put in place using cranes. In addition, tilt-up construction provides a lot of options in terms of design. However, it is essential to note that tilt-up panel construction requires a lot of planning.
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4 Qualities That Make Metal Roofing an Environmentally Smart Choice for Your Home

Posted on: 16 December 2018

If you're currently in the market for a roof replacement for your old house and are keen on choosing an environmentally-friendly roofing material, a metal roofing reroof is an option worth considering. Check out these four amazing reasons why metal reroofing is a great option for your home, and the environment. 1. It is long-lasting The durability of metal roofing products makes them an excellent choice for the environment. This is because roofing material that lasts long minimises demand for new roofing products.
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Understanding Property Subdivision

Posted on: 17 October 2018

Whether you are looking for an investment property or just one to make a home in, there are many different and often confusing terms in the property market. A growing number of properties now are also being marketed and sold under the banner of property subdivision; these are called subdivision developments. These subdivision developments are a new breed of property and require a different set of knowledge when considering buying or renting one.
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2 tips for budget-conscious people who want to build homes

Posted on: 30 September 2018

If you are planning to have one of the home builders in your local area build a house for you, but are on a tight budget and are concerned about the impact this might have on the construction project, here are some tips that you may find useful.  1. Design the house so that there is space to add expensive features in the future If you dream of having a house with a specific feature but can't quite afford the cost of adding it in right now, you might want to ask your contractor to design the house so that you can easily add this feature in the future.
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