2 Reasons To Use Mobile Scaffolding When Renovating Your Shop's Exterior

If you're renovating your shop's exterior and will be rendering or painting its walls during this process, it might be better to use mobile scaffolding to renovate the walls' uppermost areas, instead of fixed scaffolding or ladders. Here are some reasons why. You'll have the option of easily moving the scaffolding   If your business needs to stay open when you're having work done on the building's exterior, then mobile scaffolding might be more convenient for you to use than its fixed-in-place equivalent, as it will give you the option of easily moving it.   Read More...

Tips for Working With a Land Surveyor to Prevent Issues With Neighbours

When you think about people who can help you out with legal disputes, you might think about lawyers. However, there are some cases when you need to work with other professionals in addition to a lawyer. For example, a land surveyor can help you prevent or deal with a legal issue or a neighbourly dispute. If you don't really understand how, these are things you might want to know as a property owner.   Read More...

Why You Should Deconstruct and Not Demolish

If you have recently bought a "fixer-upper" home but decided that there is more downer than upper involved, you may be looking to demolish the home instead. Yet while it may be easy to bring in the hydraulic excavators and fire right away, you might want to consider a more selective approach. What do you need to know about the different processes of deconstruction? Doing the Right Thing In recent times, sustainability has certainly been a very hot topic, and people are under a lot of pressure to reduce the size of their carbon footprint.   Read More...

Have You Thought About Drill Hire?

Taking care of your home is always important. You may enjoy buying new furniture and keeping the property in good condition, but sometimes you may want to make more extensive repairs or alterations to your property. If you are carrying out renovation or repair work at your home, one of the tools that you will almost certainly need is a drill. Drilling is fundamental to many other jobs. Outside your home, you could be trying to connect fencing, break up paving, or install electrical connections.   Read More...

Are You Worried About Your Plaster Ceiling?

Does your home have a plaster ceiling? If your property was constructed between 1920 and 1960, your ceiling could have been made from plasterboard, or the builders could have used an older technique with wood or expanded metal lath supporting the finished plaster walls. Whatever type of ceiling your home may have, any of them can develop faults that must be repaired for the home to remain safe. Any structural faults in your home can be problematic, and a problem with a ceiling has the potential to be disastrous.   Read More...