Miriam Lewis

4 Reasons To Consider Commercial Window Tinting

Construction & Contractors Blog

Are you considering upgrading or installing your commercial window tints? Whether you're a commercial property owner or renting space for your business, glass window tinting offers numerous benefits. Professionally installed window tints guarantee a more productive working environment, privacy, security and efficiency to your commercial premises.  Here are four advantages of working with a professional contractor to install commercial glass window tints for your business: Enhanced Energy Efficiency Commercial glass window tinting can significantly contribute to a highly energy-efficient business.

25 August 2022

Why Painters Use the Paints They Do

Construction & Contractors Blog

You may have distinct ideas about what paint you want in which part of your house, but the painters you hire will also have some say in this. When you choose the paint for your home, you're choosing more than a color and more than a quality, such as mildew resistance. You're also looking at ease of cleaning, odour-emitting capability, and more. This is why the painters have some say in what you use as they understand why some paints work better in different parts of your home.

28 June 2022

Does Your Building Project Involve Concrete?

Construction & Contractors Blog

Whatever construction project you may be working on, one material you have probably been considering using is concrete. For building projects, concrete has many advantages. Concrete is strong and relatively cheap, and it can be used in a multitude of ways, from creating building foundations, to creating beautiful polished floors. Concrete can even form the structure of almost any building. For a small domestic project, you might consider mixing the concrete yourself, but in most cases, you will want to work with a professional concrete company that can create the concrete products you need.

15 April 2022

Crucial Factors to Consider When Choosing a Material for Your Retaining Wall Construction

Construction & Contractors Blog

From timber to poured concrete and masonry materials such as brick, natural stone blocks, mortarless stone veneer and concrete blocks, there are many materials you can use to build retaining walls.  However, not all building materials are ideal for every application that requires retaining walls. That's why it is important to choose your retaining wall building material carefully. In determining the perfect construction material for your residential walls, consider these key factors.

23 February 2022

How to Plan for a Successful Partial Demolition for Your Home

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Partial building demolitions allow homeowners to create extra interior spaces, merge existing rooms and make other major structural alterations to the home. Unlike other demolition projects, partial demolitions only aim at bringing down a selected section of the building. Thus, when done incorrectly, they can lead to costly, irreversible damage to a structure. If you are planning a partial demolition on your home, here are a few tips to guarantee the success of the project.

15 December 2021

Two Tips to Follow When Buying a Plot for Your New Home

Construction & Contractors Blog

Here are two tips to follow when you are buying a plot to construct a home on. Don't make any definite plans for the building project before the land surveyor is finished their work Because building a house is a long, complicated and expensive process, you will probably be eager to get started with planning it as soon as you can. However, it is important to wait until the land surveyor has fully evaluated your plot and provided you with their report before you make any concrete plans (such as instructing your building contractor to begin drawing up house plans, hiring subcontractors or purchasing construction materials).

29 October 2021

A Guide On How To Execute A Knockdown Rebuild

Construction & Contractors Blog

Over time, your needs change, and your house loses its functionality. For example, it could be that your family has grown larger or that you need a modern living area or kitchen. A knockdown rebuild is the easiest way to resolve this puzzle. Simply put, you knock down the old building and build a new home. This excerpt discusses how to conduct a successful knockdown rebuild.  House Design Ask your architect to design your new home.

16 September 2021

Tile Rating Schemes to Consider When Choosing Bathroom Floor Tiles

Construction & Contractors Blog

Porcelain and ceramic bathroom tiles come in a vast array of colours and designs. But you also need to think about practical considerations, such as how much wear a tile can withstand and how slippery it is if you're laying it across the floor. Another aspect of multitoned tiles is how uniform in appearance they are, from tile to tile. To help you pick the best option for your bathroom, tiles are rated according to their various attributes.

30 July 2021

Top Benefits of Concrete Panels for Building

Construction & Contractors Blog

Concrete panels are popular building materials, and there is a chance that you will be interested in using concrete panels for your own building project once you learn a little more about them. If you have an upcoming building project coming up, and if you are trying to figure out which building materials should be used for your project, then you should consider concrete panels. Concrete panels can be great for building for the following reasons and more.

21 June 2021

Driveway Spray Sealing: An Introduction

Construction & Contractors Blog

Anyone who has ever had to live with a cracking and buckled driveway knows that it's not just an eyesore. It can be downright dangerous if you end up taking a spill when it gives way beneath your feet, which is why there are so many people out there who would do anything to restore the unsightly asphalt on their driveway. Fortunately, driveway sealing projects don't have to be costly or time-consuming — these three simple tips can help make the process as painless and simple as possible.

5 April 2021