Need Help Battling Gravity? Here's What to Consider When Designing a Retaining Wall

Posted on: 18 June 2019

Planning a retaining wall project? Retaining walls help to prevent soil erosion on sloppy landscapes. But they need to be properly designed to fulfill their purpose. Here are some key retaining wall design factors to consider before embarking on the construction of your project. What kind of soil do you have?  Generally, clayey soils tend to have a greater water storage capacity than sandy or loamy soils. Therefore, a retaining wall intended to retain clay soil will need to have a greater load-bearing capacity than an equivalent wall meant to restrain sandy or loamy soils.
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What Types of Equipment Do Excavation Services Companies Use?

Posted on: 22 May 2019

Earthmoving and excavation service companies will often make use of their own fleet of specialist vehicles in order to carry out their work. From the big mining contractors which excavate huge amounts of earth every day to much smaller building contractors which only dig a few foundation trenches, there are plenty of different excavation machines around to use. What are the most common ones that are found in Australia today? 
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Improving the Performance of Your Cool Room HVAC System

Posted on: 3 May 2019

If you have recently installed a new cool room in your business premises, you may be wondering how you can keep the servers cool. The electricity which travels through the refrigeration units in your cool room can generate a lot of heat. If this heat is not removed, it can result in serious problems such as equipment failure and rotten food. However, there are some steps you can take which will improve the performance of the HVAC system and help to reduce the cost of keeping your cool room at the correct temperature.
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Why Land Divisions are Essential for You

Posted on: 9 April 2019

Land division involves the act of dividing the land into smaller pieces for either the purpose of selling or development. After this is done the new plots are now known as subdivisions. One of the main reasons for land division is that it helps keep the community organised. The records are kept by government organisations and can be used as proof of land ownership should any disputes arise. It's a process that is tedious and exhausting; however, knowing what to expect during the process makes it easier.
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