Say No to DIY: 5 Reasons to Hire a Professional If You Need a Concrete Slab

Posted on: 13 November 2017

A concrete slab can make a delightful patio, a durable driveway or the foundation for certain types of homes. If you're thinking about putting in a concrete slab, you need to decide if you want to do it yourself or hire a professional. Here are five reasons to hire a professional. 1. Don't Have to Buy Supplies Generally, most people don't have the supplies they need for pouring a concrete slab.
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Two steps you can take to ensure your construction project goes as smoothly as possible

Posted on: 13 November 2017

If you intend to build a house on a plot of land, there are a couple of things you should do before the project begins, in order to ensure that the entire process goes as smoothly as possible. Read on to find out more. Arrange for the site to be analysed Before you and your contractor begin to draw up the plans for the building, it is important to have the site on which you will be constructing the house analysed.
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Two tips for a simple and straightforward bathroom renovation project

Posted on: 10 November 2017

If you have arranged to have your bathroom renovated, here are some tips which should ensure that the renovation process is as simple and straightforward as possible. Think about your family's personal requirements Before you instruct your contractor to begin the renovation process, it's important to think carefully about you and your family's personal requirements and to take steps to ensure that your new bathroom meets these requirements. Failing to consider this before the renovation work gets underway could result in you having to make changes to the bathroom after it has been completed.
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When to Call a Town Planner for Your Development Plans

Posted on: 8 November 2017

As a developer, you know how important it is that an entire neighbourhood be able to support your development, whether that's an apartment complex or a shopping centre. If the neighbourhood or town in which your development is located is overcrowded or doesn't have enough residents, or doesn't have supporting shops and businesses around your development, this can affect your number of potential tenants, and the overall value of your property.
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