Building a New House

Building a New House

What You Need To Know about Trenchless Drilling Services

5 October 2017
 Categories:
Construction & Contractors, Blog

For many homeowners, sewer lines are among the last elements to think about. This is especially so after both construction and landscaping have been completed. However, at times, there may be problems with your underground sewer system. This requires quick repairs before further damage is caused to your property. Well, in such a circumstance, you can call for trenchless drilling services. They will ensure that they work on your underground sewer lines without tampering your ground surface.
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2 Bold Ideas For A Unique Glass Splashback In Your Kitchen

4 October 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Modern kitchen design has come a long way in recent years and there is an astounding number of different styles and looks to choose from. There is also a lot more scope to have fun and make your kitchen a bold, unique and fun space that has your own personal touches. Using glass as a splashback material is a great way to add a vibrant and individual feature to your kitchen.
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Surveyors: The Vitality of Land Surveying in the Modern World

4 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are dreaming of buying land or property, it is necessary that you contact a survey specialist. You need to know whether the property that you are placing your money on is legit and worth it. A professional surveyor will go a long way in ensuring that you are knowledgeable about the land and property in it. Land surveying is among the most important steps when it comes to selling and buying buildings and fields of land.
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How Your Town Planner Should Help With Conservation

2 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you working in development and planning your next big project? Depending on where it takes place, you'll need to give consideration to the local ecosystem and historic environment. Town planners can help you determine how the local environment affects your project and what you can do about it. As such, they guide you in meeting your legal conservation obligations. Protecting historic buildings Historic buildings bring prestige and charm to the areas they inhabit.
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How Can You Tell If Your House Needs Underpinning?

1 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A major reason why properties require structural repairs such as underpinning is if they have started to succumb to the effects of subsidence. Subsidence refers to the process by which the subsoil steadily begins to pull away from the property's foundation, which inadvertently creates a cavity. As the subsidence increases, the higher the likelihood that the building will start to sink into the pit. There are various reasons why subsidence may start including extensive tree root systems that significantly deplete moisture from the ground to severe drought.
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About Me
Building a New House

If you have decided to build a new house, you may be trying to figure out where to begin. Drawing up the plans, buying materials and laying foundations can all be time-consuming and sometimes confusing work. I was quite bullish when I decided to build my own home and I tried to do a lot of this work single-handedly. However, I soon realised that this would be impossible. In the end, I called in a team of construction contractors who helped to complete the property. I watched them at work and I learnt lots of useful stuff which I will write about here.

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