Why Don’t Previous Plans and Approvals Apply to Similar Development Parcels?

13 December 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As developers rush to create more subdivisions to ease the housing crisis, the approvals process may seem like it's becoming more unnecessary, at least for units that are similar in location and construction to others nearby. However, the approvals process, as extensive as it is, plays a vital role in allowing contractors to continue to build quality homes. Putting each development plan through its own approvals process ensures that the land under and around the units will remain in good shape – and that helps the construction remain in good shape as well. Read More 

Constant Pressure Pump: Three Precautions for Installing Your New Unit

21 October 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have been struggling with water pressure problems in your home, you should think about purchasing and installing a constant pressure pump. As implied, this unit is designed to ensure that the water flow in your home is consistent. It can resolve problems like the reduction of pressure when multiple outlets are open. Also, it will suppress water hammer issues caused by variable water release and flow in the pipes. Read More 

4 Crucial Considerations When Hiring Scaffolding Equipment

8 September 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Scaffolding equipment is crucial for contractors working at greater heights. When contrasted with ladders, scaffolds offer more safety at your worksite. Since they are costly to purchase, renting scaffolding equipment is more sensible, especially for short-term projects. Here are a few considerations to guide you when renting scaffolding equipment:  Assess the Site Before Renting  Proper site assessment is necessary for determining its safety before hiring scaffolding equipment. Check for overhead utility power lines, tree branches or communication cables that might impede the scaffold's proper function. Read More 

Top Mistakes You Should Avoid When Building a Deck

23 July 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a deck can be a wonderful way to upgrade and improve your home, and it might be something that you will want to do so that you can create a nice space for spending time outdoors, too. There are some common mistakes that people make when building a deck, and you'll want to avoid those same mistakes. These are some examples of common mistakes that you should watch out for and avoid during the deck construction process. Read More 

Top Reasons to Consider Timber Wall Frames as Building Materials for Your Australian Home

15 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Many things come into play when constructing a house, from the flooring options to the roofing materials. One vital aspect that you have to consider is your home's structure. You must have a structure that is strong and stable to ensure your home stands strong. That means choosing building materials that offer these properties.  Though contractors use various materials in making wall frames, wood has remained a popular choice over the decades. Read More