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Top Maintenance Tips for Engineered Flooring

19 December 2019
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When building a new home, you must research the different aspects of such a project, such as the flooring. While there are many flooring options for homeowners, most are turning towards engineered wood flooring for two critical reasons. First, engineered wood flooring is cost-effective compared to solid flooring, and second, the flooring offers an insulation solution since it is more resistant to temperature fluctuations. While installing engineered flooring is the easiest part, maintenance can be quite tricky.
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Is Underpinning Simply An Expensive Repair Measure For Your Foundation?

19 December 2019
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Keeping your foundation in good condition is crucial for the integrity of your entire house. Hence, when you begin to notice signs such as sticky doors, uneven flooring and watermarks on the walls, it is prudent to get foundation repairs as soon as possible. After you have decided to undertake foundation repairs, you will find you have a myriad of options to choose from, such as piers, patching, slab jacking and underpinning.
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Why Have a Re-Establishment Survey Before You Buy a Fixer-Upper?

18 December 2019
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While you know that older properties need to be surveyed before you buy them, you may want to look beyond structural reports if you're buying an old fixer-upper. Of course it's important that you know how sound the house is; however, it's also a good idea to look at other issues, like the property's boundaries. It may be worth hiring a land surveyor to run a re-establishment survey before you commit to the purchase.
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The Dangers Of Not Fixing A Broken Light

18 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Every now and then electrical appliances malfunction and just cease to work. In most cases, you simply replace them, but when it is something that is as inbuilt as the wiring that connects your lights, it can be a big hassle to organise an electrician to come in to take a look. Often people will leave lights that don't work unfixed for years, and sometimes only fix the issue when they want to sell the house.
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Laying a New Asphalt Drive? Why It’s All about the Base

18 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you own a property that stands within its own grounds, you may have a nice, winding driveway in between the home and the public road. The previous owner had installed a loose surface drive here and had been perfectly happy, but you might want to upgrade to something smoother and more appropriate. In this case, you could decide to install blacktop, but you'll need to pay close attention to its installation due to the nature of the soil beneath.
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About Me
Finding the Best Contractors: My Guide

Hello! My name is Simon and this is my guide to finding the best construction contractors. I know a think or two about finding contractors ever since I decided to redevelop my home. Over the past two years, i have hired lots of different contractors and asked them to complete different jobs on the property. This has taught me a think or two about working with them and finding the best people for the job. i hope you enjoy reading this blog and that it helps you to find the perfect contractor whatever it is you are trying to achieve.

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