Building Inspection Tips for the Exterior Part of a Building

Posted on: 22 February 2016

When you are inspecting a building for damage or signs of wear, the interior sections of the property is where your main focus typically shifts. However, it is important that you are aware of the various sections on the exterior part of the property that also need to be inspected. There are many warning signs about the integrity of a property that can be detected by taking a closer look at the exterior part.
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Is DIY Demolition Ever a Good Idea?

Posted on: 23 November 2015

It might be tempting to take care of any demolition projects yourself. Is this really a smart idea though? When it comes to DIY demolition, it's vital to not bite off more than you can chew. The Necessary Equipment You will need to have a sturdy crowbar to loosen various fittings and fixtures before they can be removed. When it comes to smashing, you will need to have an assortment of sledgehammers of varying sizes and weights.
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How to use your wood heater in a safe and beneficial way

Posted on: 5 November 2015

One of the biggest issues when using a wooden stove to warm you home is the issue regarding air pollution. Using improper fuel and the wrong approach could not just release harmful gases into the atmosphere, it could also damage you and your family's health severely. Making sure you're not using your wooden heater incorrectly can benefit your health, the environment, and also your finances. Proper materials The first thing you need to evaluate is what types of material you are burning.
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Timber Windows | 5 Steps to Remove Mould from Timber Window Sills

Posted on: 21 September 2015

Leakage and condensation on timber windows can cause mould to grow on windowsills. This growing mould can lead to stubborn stains and musty odours in a home. Besides unsightly stains and musty smells, mould can also cause health hazards and breathing problems, so you'll want to get rid of it as soon as you possibly can. Ignoring the mould problem will result in it seeping into the pores of the wood –– eventually requiring replacement.
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