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Bore Water and Low Pressure: Tips for Buying the Right Pressure Booster Pump

1 February 2021
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Construction & Contractors, Blog

Boreholes provide a reliable source of water for both farm and home use. However, if you have a bore in your home, you need to find a way to resolve pressure issues. The water that gets pumped from the well may not have enough pressure to serve your household. Thus, some plumbing fixtures may have a low flow rate or no water at all.  A pressure booster pump can resolve the water pressure issues in your home.
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Land Development Tips: A Guide On Residential Developments

15 December 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Would you want to develop a residential property? Could be you want to build your home or invest in the real estate industry. Read this guide for some land development tips for your residential property.  Land Survey A lands survey will help you identify the exact property boundaries. It prevents you from encroaching into your neighbour's land or public land. If you intend to subdivide the property, the lands surveyor will ensure that the development complies with the local subdivision laws.
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Do You Know What Roof Trusses You Need?

12 November 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

How much thought do you give to your roof? The roof is one one of the most important aspects of any property, it protects both your possessions and every structural component of the home, keeping them safe and dry. However, in many cases, the structure of the roof is barely considered by homeowners; they are understandably, often more interested in features of the home that they can see. If you find that you need to repair or replace the roof of your property then it can often be the first time that you have had to think about how your roof is supported.
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Everything Beginners Need to Know About Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Systems

13 October 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system is popular in Australia due to its efficiency in heating and cooling homes. The system comprises an indoor unit for heating and cooling air for distribution to different rooms through ductwork. Noteworthy, cold air is released into rooms via ceiling outlets. Moreover, air from different places is recycled through an indoor unit and air grille. A ducted reverse cycle system is expensive to buy and install; therefore, homeowners should bear a few factors in mind, including space, size of the unit, and running costs, among other factors.
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Opening a New Retail Store? How to Work With a Shop Defit Expert

11 September 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have found a commercial space for your new business venture, then you may be particularly keen to get going. This retail space is in a great location with good, regular business, and you are confident that you can make it work well. Yet you may need to carry out certain modifications before you can move ahead, especially if an outgoing tenant is involved. What are some of the things to bear in mind as you push forward?
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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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