Why You Should Construct Your Garage Over A Concrete Foundation Rather Than Dirt Or Gravel

27 December 2018
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If you're building a garage so you have a place to keep your car safe and to store yard tools, then you have a lot of options when how you construct the building. One decision is the type of foundation. While it's possible to build a garage over compacted soil, putting down a concrete slab is usually the best way to go. After a contractor installs the slab, you can install a wood or metal building and have a garage that offers the best protection for your car. Read More 

Top Benefits of Stained Concrete Flooring in Vehicle Showrooms

10 October 2018
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If you are in the car business, you might be looking for the right flooring option for your vehicle showroom. There are a few different types of flooring that can work in vehicle showrooms, but they aren't all equal. Stained concrete flooring is a wildly popular choice that might be great for your showroom. These are a few benefits to choosing this type of flooring for your vehicle showroom. You Can Give It Just About Any Look That You Want Read More 

How To Install New Plumbing On A Ground Floor/Basement Using Trench Cutters

15 May 2018
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In a public municipal building, you might have plumbing so old that sometimes you do not know how old it is until it has to be replaced or updated. While government buildings are frequently inspected for safety and violations of building codes, the building inspector only makes note of the age of the plumbing. He or she is not responsible for replacing it. If you are in charge of making necessary repairs and updates to the municipal buildings in your city, it may be time to replace or install new plumbing in these buildings. Read More 

Sidewalk Designs And Mobility: Three Things To Keep In Mind

14 December 2017
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Sidewalks alongside private paths and maintenance roads on a commercial property don't have to look like your typical plain municipal sidewalk; you can make the pathways a little fancier or more eclectic if you desire. But the design of the sidewalk still needs to remain practical for everyone, including those who may have mobility issues or who have to do things like transport items in wheeled trolleys or backpacks. As you design your unique sidewalk, remember the following. Read More 

A Few Things You’ll Want To Know About Interior Demolition When Upgrading Your Kitchen

10 October 2017
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Removing an interior wall is often done when renovating an older home. If your home is several years old, it may have a small kitchen that is separate from the rest of the house. Removing a wall and making one large room out of two small rooms will totally change the look and function of your home. Here are a few things to know about interior demolition when it comes to upgrading your kitchen. Read More