• Troubleshooting Your Ducted Vacuum System

    23 February 2016

    If you have a ducted vacuum system in your home, you know how effective it can be in cleaning compared to other standard systems. Ducted vacuum systems are also convenient and lightweight. Maintenance is key to ensuring that your ducted system continues functioning effectively. For this reason, you need to watch out for any signs of problems in the functioning of your system so that you identify solutions as early as possible.

  • What determines the price you pay for a new roof on your home?

    9 February 2016

    There are many factors that can prompt you to change your house's roof. For instance, you may want to re-roof for aesthetic and safety reasons if the roof is old, weak, and degraded. It may also be leaking or cracked in different parts necessitating a major repair, which is as good as re-laying the whole roof. In addition, functional reasons such as energy efficiency roof are also an adequate reason for you to fit a new roof on your house.

  • Why Use a Hiring Company for Your Construction Labor Needs?

    29 January 2016

    Managing a construction crew can be a difficult part of owning a construction company, as you always need personnel who are properly licensed and trained for any jobsite; it can take a lot of time double-checking paperwork and licensing when you need to hire on new crew members. You may also see that you have a high turnover in personnel as your workers are often tempted to take a construction job that is closer to home, easier work, and so on.

  • Side Return Extension: Transforming It into a Unique Space

    25 January 2016

    Side return extensions are standard in traditional or contemporary terraced houses where a strip of land is left on the side of the original buildings to create a form of an L-shaped garden. If you live in such a house, you may have realized how unnecessarily dingy and dark this passageway is. Nonetheless, you can transform this unused space into a spacious and vibrant room with natural lighting by extending sideways.

  • Choosing Between Screw Piles and Bored Priers When Restumping Your House

    15 January 2016

    Having your house restumped can be a tedious task that demands careful planning and that might make your house impossible to live in for awhile during the restumping process. Restumping is an alternative to underpinning and replaces the wooden piles in your house's foundation to level and stabilise it. Wooden piles are outdated as foundation material, as wood is being replaced with sturdier options that are incapable of rotting, like steel or concrete.