The Undeniable Importance of a Dilapidation Survey Prior To Property Development

Posted on: 2 January 2019

When gearing up to embark on a new property development project, you may think that once you have acquired the site, then you can go ahead with your plans. However, one aspect of property development that is always overlooked is the necessity of a dilapidation survey -- more so if you are thinking of developing the structure without razing it to the ground. Failure to engage in a dilapidation survey can leave you liable to a host of damages that you were unaware of, which can prove incredibly expensive down the road and even make you lose your development.
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How to Make the Most Out of Your Skip Space

Posted on: 24 October 2018

Putting rubbish in your skip may seem like the easiest part of the skip hire process, but if not done properly, it could potentially lead to additional costs and problems. Generally, you are required to load rubbish up to a certain line indicated near the brim of your skip. If you fill your skip beyond this level, your loaded bin will not be collected until you have removed the excess waste. Additionally, you may be required to pay a fine for breaching the terms of service.
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What You Should Know About Control Valves

Posted on: 8 October 2018

Valves can be used to control the flow of water into your property. They are also important for maintaining water pressure. Valve repair is an important task carried out by contractors to ensure that the valve still works effectively. Water control valves Control valves are used to control the flow, level and pressure of water in your pipes. If your property has a high level of water pressure, a pressure reducing valve may be used.
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Creative Uses of Tree Stumps After the Tree Felling Process

Posted on: 9 September 2018

Tree felling is sometimes necessary to trim trees that can pose risks to your home or your neighbours. Once a tree is felled by a tree removal service, the stump typically remains behind. While most homeowners view tree stumps as a liability, they can actually become an asset for your outdoor space. Tree stumps don't have to be annoying structures that breed insects or cause your children to fall over when playing outside.
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