Ways Erratic Weather Changes Can Lead To Foundation Repair

13 November 2017
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Although predominantly known for its warm climate, many parts of Australia experience seasonal weather changes. Some of these changes can be quite severe, with prolonged droughts being alternated with lengthy rainy seasons. And although the hot weather is something most people prefer over biting cold, prolonged heat can have an adverse effect on your foundation by causing extreme changes in the soil. You should be especially wary of erratic weather changes when you live in an area characterised by clay soil, as this land can experience drastic changes when exposed to excessive heat or moisture. Read More 

Dealing With Concrete After a Demolition Job

14 August 2017
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When demolishing any large building, such as a shopping centre or block of apartments, it is inevitable that a large amount of waste concrete will be generated. However, this concrete does not have to be carried off to a landfill site or left in place as an eyesore for the local community. Instead, it can be recycled and reused. Below is a guide to how different types of concrete can be salvaged from a demolition site and recycled. Read More 

Expert fire damage restoration tips for homeowners

16 August 2016
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Fire can wreak serious havoc on your property. The damage often left in its wake is enormous, and restoration can therefore be a daunting task. The heat isn't the only harming agent during fires. Smoke, soot and even the water used to combat the fire may also damage your property. Once the flames go out, there are a number of things you can do to minimize damage to your stuff and jump-start the restoration process. Read More 

3 Factors to Help You Determine the Cost of House Demolitions

27 July 2015
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It's not easy at all to plan for the demolition of your house. There are many considerations to bear in mind when planning this process, one of which is safety. You also have to consider the costs associated with clearing the area after the demolition took place, as well as how to manage the debris effectively. Another extremely important aspect is the cost involved in a house demolition. Because a house demolition can get quite expensive, here are a few factors that may help you understand whether or not you can afford it. Read More