5 Types of Soil Testing for a Building Construction Site

Posted on: 16 July 2020

The quality of the soil in a construction site plays an important role in your project. Therefore, it's important to identify the soil characteristics in order to determine the soil's ability to support the structure. Soil testing enables you to assess the soil's suitability, providing you with crucial data used for informed planning and decision making. The process involves testing the soil's geotechnical and chemical properties.  Soil testing in a construction site identifies the various types of soil and their location, strength, density, contamination, compaction, organic content and sand content.
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Everything You Need to Know About Weatherboarding Your New Structure

Posted on: 16 June 2020

External cladding refers to the application or installation of a layer over the materials used to make your structure. The external cladding plays an essential role in providing the desired levels of thermal insulation, improving the aesthetics of the structure and boosting resistance to harsh weather elements. External cladding takes many forms, and weatherboarding is just one of them. Weatherboarding forms an overlap on the structure, unlike other forms where you fit the boards together without any overlaps.
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How To Tackle A Gas-Fired Hot Water System That Won't Light

Posted on: 29 February 2020

Gas-powered hot water systems are widely used in homes and commercial building across Australia and are prized for their reliability and longevity. Unfortunately, they can still suffer from technical problems and mechanical malfunctions from time to time, and a gas hot water heater that won't light at all can be hugely inconvenient.  If your gas-fired hot water system refuses to light, there are a number of potential problems that may be causing ignition failure.
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Three Things for Beginners to Know When Installing Air Conditioning

Posted on: 30 January 2020

There are several types of air conditioning systems, including portable systems installed in individual rooms and the huge central system that serves the entire home. The choice of an AC unit depends on user preferences and cooling needs. Even though you can install an AC on your own, if you are a DIYer, it is advisable to have an HVAC technician install the system. It is because there is a need to connect multiple interiors and exterior elements for the system to realise optimal performance.
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