2018

What to Do If You Discover Asbestos in Your Home

Construction & Contractors Blog

Since the dangers of asbestos exposure were publicly revealed, it's become a homeowner's nightmare. The thought of discovering this hazardous substance in your property is accompanied by thoughts of risk to your family's health and expensive, disruptive work to remove it safely. Despite how widely the dangers are known, however, few people really know what they should do in the event they discover asbestos. Inhaling asbestos fibres is linked to a number of different respiratory problems, most worryingly mesothelioma — a type of cancer.

28 March 2018

Small But Important Features to Include In a New Custom Home

Construction & Contractors Blog

When you work with a custom homebuilder, you can choose virtually any material for the finishes, as well as dictate the walls' paint colours, and opt for the size of the rooms that will work for your needs in particular. However, there are some small but important features you might want to include in a new custom home, which can make it more enjoyable and functional overall. Note a few of those features here.

1 March 2018

3 Crucial Aspects to Consider When Choosing a New Home Builder

Construction & Contractors Blog

Building a new home is a big construction project that takes time and requires expert handling. That is why smart people buy their homes from quality home builders. A quality home builder is one that has the knowledge, skill set and experience required to successfully complete a home construction job. No matter how competent a home builder is, however, it is how well they understand client-specific needs that determines how well they meet all project requirements.

10 January 2018

Asbestos Soil Removal: Simple Safety Guidelines on Managing Contaminated Soil

Construction & Contractors Blog

Proper management of asbestos in the soil is crucial, especially if you are planning on developing the contaminated land. Unfortunately, there are numerous risk involved in handling, removing and remediating the soil. In simple terms, if the soil is disturbed, the asbestos fibres within will be released. If the particles are inhaled, they will cause harm to the people around. Therefore, you should establish a strategy to keep the asbestos fibres from contaminating the air.

4 January 2018