Green Building Materials Options for Your Construction Business

Posted on: 14 November 2017

As a small-scale civil engineering building contractor, you must come up with strategies that will make you competitive in the local industry. It is especially so if you are dealing with small structures such as tree houses or decks. One way you can achieve a competitive edge is by recycling materials. However, with so many options out there that can substitute traditional building materials, it can be hard making a choice.
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How to Clean a Plywood Floor Without Damaging It

Posted on: 13 November 2017

If you have plywood flooring in your attic or another part of your home and it is dirty or stained, you may be wondering how to clean it. You need to be careful. As the floor isn't finished, you may damage it if you get it too wet. Here are some tips to help you. Start With Dry Cleaning Methods The most effective way to clean a plywood floor is to sweep or vacuum it.
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How to Reduce the Risk of a Break-In Through Your Home's Windows

Posted on: 13 November 2017

Your home's windows often provide thieves and intruders a convenient means of entering and exiting the home, as a thief can use a pry bar to easily force open a window with poor-quality locks. A rock, brick, or other item you have in your yard can also become a makeshift tool for breaking a window and getting into the home, so that an intruder doesn't even need to bring their own tools!
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Unique Materials and Designs for Kitchen Surfaces

Posted on: 13 November 2017

When it comes to kitchen surfaces in your home, meaning the flooring, benchtops, and splashback, you don't need to settle for anything bland and dull, or anything that looks exactly like what the neighbours have in their home's kitchen! There are many options you have available for kitchen surfaces that are both stylish and functional, and which can set your kitchen apart from all the others on the block. Note a few of those unique materials here, and then discuss these options with a contractor when you're ready to remodel your home's kitchen.
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