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My name is Richard. I own a large commercial business which is located in Melbourne, Australia. Last year, I decided I needed to revamp the look of my business so I shut everything down for 8 weeks and called in a team of contractors. The contractors replaced the plumbing and installed a new electrical system. I also asked them to carry out some work on the roof. I was really impressed with how quickly they completed the work so I could reopen my business to the public. I decided to start this blog so I could offer advice to other business owners.

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All You Need To Know About Commercial Scaffolding

7 August 2020
 Categories:
Construction & Contractors, Blog

Scaffolding is your best bet when you need to access high places as you put up a commercial building. Below is a guide on commercial scaffolding and the various considerations you should make when hiring the equipment. Types of Commercial Scaffolding There are various types of commercial scaffolding to suit a wide range of construction needs. Steel scaffolding is commonly used when building high rise buildings. It is easy to set up and can support massive weights.
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Are You Planning to Build a Retaining Wall?

14 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you are landscaping your property then one of the biggest problems you could face is the slope of the ground. Not only could a slope interfere with your chosen landscaping design but it could have serious environmental consequences as well. At other times you may want to include a feature at height or in a location where the required soil or water would not naturally stay without assistance from you.
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Understanding Earthmoving in Civil Construction

9 June 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Civil construction work is related to the construction of public structures that include water reservoirs, sewer systems, roads, railways, dams, bridges, airports, public offices or buildings, etc. Such work involves digging into the ground, which means moving large quantities of rubble or earth. Here's what you need to know about earthmoving and civil work. Civil Work Civil work is provided by the government through tenders. You can come across a bridge construction project tender, road construction project tender, rail construction project tender, dam construction project tender, etc.
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Protective Mistakes That Apprentices Should Avoid During Asbestos Removal

4 March 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As an apprentice working for an asbestos abatement company, you should understand that asbestos takes many dangerous shapes and forms. Therefore, proper preparation during the asbestos removal process is essential to keeping the site as well as the surrounding environment safe. That said, being an apprentice on your first asbestos removal project could be a bit scary, given the dangers that asbestos poses. However, this should not be a problem if you avoid most of the asbestos removal protection mistakes that apprentices make.
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Why You Need a Renovation Consultation for Home Health Upgrades

21 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Many people are moving to home health as an alternative to nursing homes and assisted living care. When you make a choice as a family to do this, one of the considerations is upgrading the home. These upgrades usually mean taking on some renovations. If this sounds like the path you are on, then you should consider the reasons you need a renovations consultant. Here are a few of those reasons — and what you should know about each one.
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About Me
Using Construction Contractors on a Commercial Business

My name is Richard. I own a large commercial business which is located in Melbourne, Australia. Last year, I decided I needed to revamp the look of my business so I shut everything down for 8 weeks and called in a team of contractors. The contractors replaced the plumbing and installed a new electrical system. I also asked them to carry out some work on the roof. I was really impressed with how quickly they completed the work so I could reopen my business to the public. I decided to start this blog so I could offer advice to other business owners.

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