Steel scaffolding is sometimes called tubular scaffolding, as it is constructed from steel tubes that are fixed together, rather than planks made from timber or bamboo. It is a popular form of scaffolding in construction work but is it the right material for your project? Here are some of the advantages of hiring steel scaffolding. 1. Strength Firstly, steel is a very strong and durable material. This means that the scaffolding will be much stronger than traditional timber scaffolding. [Read More]
Does Your Driveway Need a Respray?
Have you looked at the state of your driveway recently? It may only be a few years since you had your driveway resurfaced, but perhaps it is already showing signs of wear. It doesn't take long for a few bumps to start appearing, eventually leading to potholes. What can make the driveway deteriorate much faster than it otherwise would is when the driveway spray sealing has been compromised, allowing water and general wear and tear to damage the surface. [Read More]
Materials to Consider for a Garden Retaining Wall
Beautiful gardens combine hardscape components, walkways and patios with natural foliage and plants. Instead of depending on paving to bring textures and colours to your garden, why not build a retaining wall? These barriers hold back soil on one side. They can be used to surround elevated garden beds or create flat levels on a steep hill. Retaining walls can be practical and decorative. Here are several materials you might consider to build one on your property. [Read More]
Tips for Having Property Surveying Done Before Putting Your Land Up for Sale
If you have a piece of land that you want to put up for sale, you could be doing various things to get ready. You may need to have a property survey done before you put your land up for sale, and you may want to follow the tips below when doing so. Understand Why You Should Have a Survey Done You might not think it's necessary for you to have a survey done before putting a piece of land up for sale. [Read More]