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Floor Maintenance Tips for Your Patio’s Concrete Protective Coating

15 February 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are planning to reconstruct your patio then you should put into consideration how you are going to protect its concrete floors. While concrete floors are durable, you want to add some aesthetics to it so that the appearance of your patio does not become boring when all the work is finished. One way to improve the aesthetic value of the concrete floor is to have a protective coating applied to it. Read More …

Tile vs Solid-Pane: The Pros and Cons of Each Glass Splashback Configuration

13 February 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're having a new home built, one of the features you may want to consider are glass splashbacks. Glass splashbacks are valued for their attractive reflective surface, versatile design options, and excellent heat resistance, so it should come as no surprise to learn that they are popular with homeowners all across the country. However, there are choices to make even after you've opted for a glass splashback, and one of the most important is whether you'll fit a whole pane or use a number of tiles. Read More …

Concrete Grinding: Comparing the Wet and Dry Techniques

18 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Concrete floors are durable and resilient, but they are still prone to degradation due to continued usage. In most cases, the finishing layer of the surface will become stained and worn out, and the entire flooring will lose its original appeal. Fortunately, you can restore the concrete without having to demolish and rebuild the surface by grinding. Ideally, you should engage a professional concrete grinding contractor for the work. However, if you are a DIY enthusiast, you can rent or purchase a grinder to perform this task without expert assistance. Read More …

Building A Granny Flat? Here Are Three Space Saving Techniques You Should Utilize

17 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a granny flat within your property is a great way of having your older loved ones nearer to you without having to worry about creating extra space in your house. Granny flats may not always be as big as standard houses, and one of the biggest challenges that you are likely to face is on how to maximize space. However, there are ways you can maximize the available space for storage and leave enough room for your older loved ones. Read More …

The Different Types of Cables You Can Use to Enhance Communication in Your Building

16 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As technology was introduced in the telecommunication industry, there were numerous advancements that took place such as the development of new communication devices, communication cables, and new communication architectures. However, the development of new types of communication cables significantly enhanced the rate of communication all over the world. These cables are used to transmit telephone conversations, images and other forms of data. Examples of communication cables included fibre optic cables, coaxial cables, Ethernet cables and twisted pair cables. Read More …