Pipe Dreams: The Advantages Of Installing Water Piping Using Trenchless Drilling

Posted on: 30 March 2017

Installing new subterreanean water pipes can be a laborious and time-consuming job whichever way you slice it, and techniques capable of reducing the amount of hassle involved in water pipe installation are always welcome. To that end, trenchless drilling has become an enormously popular technique for speeding water pipe installation, and its easy to see why -- this modern and innovative drilling technique has a number of advantages over more conventional pipe laying methods.
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Top Reasons Why Steel Carports Sell Very Well on the Construction Market

Posted on: 23 March 2017

When talking about the different types of carports available on the construction market, one can never miss to mention steel carports. Steel carports have become a popular choice for many Australian homeowners, despite their relatively pricier installation. If you have just finished building your new house and building a carport is the next project in line, here's why you should opt for a steel carport. Steel carports have excellent durability.
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Why You Should Ask a Staffing Agency to Find Permanent Workers for Your Construction Company

Posted on: 27 February 2017

When a staffing agency plays a permanent placement role for a construction company, it means they are hiring construction workers and then supplying them to the company for an agreed upon fee. Under this kind of recruiting arrangement, the construction workers are placed permanently with the company, and no contractual engagement exists between the workers and the recruiting agency. Here's why you, a construction contractor, should use a staffing agency to find permanent workers.
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Concrete Joints: Sealer or Filler?

Posted on: 5 December 2016

In concrete construction, sealing a joint and filling a joint are not the same thing—though they often serve a similar purpose. If you're laying concrete slabs and you're not sure how to handle sealing and filling your joints, read on. What is sealing a joint, and when should you do it? Concrete sealant is a soft material that allows a concrete slab to naturally expand and contract with the weather and general usage.
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