Five Things to Consider About Epoxy Terrazo

Posted on: 10 April 2017

If you're looking for a concrete protective coating that also looks beautiful, you may want to consider epoxy-based terrazzo. Based on ancient mosaics, this type of protective covering blends contemporary products with old school style, but many consumers still haven't heard of it. Here's what you need to know. 1. Thin Coating Terrazzo based in cement is one of the oldest forms of decorative floor coverings. It involves setting bits of rock, glass, marble and other items into concrete.
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Lay Of The Land: How Professional Site Analysis Can Benefit A Residential Landscaping Project

Posted on: 5 April 2017

Whether you're a homeowner looking to to spruce up the ground around your homestead or a property developer looking to make your properties more attractive to potential buyers and renters, there are countless reasons for taking up a substantial landscaping project around a residential property. However, if your landscaping plans involve more complex work than simply sticking in a few extra flowerbeds, you would be well advised to have your work site professionally analysed by a site analysis service.
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Home Designs: Custom Window Options to Consider

Posted on: 5 April 2017

More often than not, window designs become an afterthought when designing a home. What some individuals are not considering when contemplating custom home designs is that their windows can open up the residence while also framing the exterior of the structure. With the myriad of options, it is not unusual to find some homeowners getting confused about what design to choose. You can avoid this by establishing whether your windows are primarily for light or for ventilation.
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Three Questions to Ask Your Electrician If You Plan to Put a Cool Room in Your Warehouse

Posted on: 4 April 2017

If you are planning to have a cool room installed in your warehouse, you may need to hire a commercial electrician to help you with the process. To ensure you select the right cool room and that you understand its impact on your current electrical system, you may want to ask your electrician the following three questions. 1. Do You Need to Add New Outlets or Circuits to Support the Cool Room?
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