Is your bathroom properly waterproofed?

Posted on: 29 August 2019

Bathrooms are by far the wettest room in the house, and ensuring that your bathroom is properly waterproofed so that the water does not penetrate beyond the outer surfaces of the room has never been more important. While adequate bathroom waterproofing is sensible from a practical perspective it is also important from a legal point of view since installing proper waterproofing is a legal requirement and you must ensure that your home is fully compliant with Australian Standards.
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A Strong and Lasting Building Is Worth Your Time and Money

Posted on: 22 July 2019

Piling is the technique used to drive deep foundations into the earth during construction. Building structures including viaducts, bridges, roads and homes can't be stable and strong without correct piling. Piles are used to firm the ground and spread building load, especially in areas where earth and soil are poor. Displacement and replacement piles are the two main categories used in the construction field, and they are made of steel, concrete, metal or wood.
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2 Safety Benefits Of Tree Lopping And Why You Should Act Fast

Posted on: 8 July 2019

Done right and by an experienced expert, tree lopping has many advantages. Apart from improved aesthetics and improving the overall health of your tree, this tree care technique is crucial when you think about the safety of people and property nearby. How is tree lopping good for improving safety? Here is a look at two top safety risks and how cutting off some sections off of your tree will help keep you and your property safe.
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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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