When You May Need To Hire A Rock Removal Professional

Construction & Contractors Blog

When residential developers build homes and prepare lots for sale, they'll commonly remove many of the large rocks that are on the property. However, whether you've recently moved into a new home or you've been in the same residence for a decade or more, you may decide that you want to remove one or more large rocks, too. Tackling this job yourself can be tricky. Not only is it physically demanding, but you may also lack the equipment that is necessary for getting the job done right.

8 September 2020

Foundation Cracks? Get Them Fixed

Construction & Contractors Blog

Listen, it's not fun, and it's probably going to cost a bit more money than you'd like. There's no arguing with that. But if you're seeing big cracks in your foundation- not just hairline cracks, but cracks that are 1/8th of an inch or larger- then you could have trouble coming. Foundational cracks are the first sign that your foundation is not just settling, but troubled. This can lead to other issues as time goes on.

22 July 2020

The Drone Surveying Guide To Help Plan, Map And Build A Countryside Estate

Construction & Contractors Blog

When you are planning on building a countryside estate, finding the perfect property is just the beginning of the work that needs to be done. If there are a lot of acres, you are going to want to have detailed land surveying done. This is something that can be done quickly and accurately with the help of drone surveying. The following drone surveying guide will help you with the planning, mapping, and building of your countryside estate:

28 May 2020

Why You Should Always Recycle Scrap Metal Leftover From Your Company Jobs

Construction & Contractors Blog

Some companies will produce a lot of scrap metal every single month. Others might do a lot of business, but do not end up with nearly as much scrap metal. Either way, if the metal is not taken for metal recycling, it can build up to be a massive pile on your commercial property. That is not something you want to have happen. If it has already happened, you might want to hire a metal recycling company that goes to commercial properties to get rid of the junk metal.

7 April 2020

Three Expectations For Your Construction Contractor

Construction & Contractors Blog

Whether you are renovating your current home or constructing something new on your property, it is important to have expectations in place with your construction contractor. The following can help you know what is reasonable when it comes to working with the construction crew. An Accurate Yet Evolving Timeline At the onset of the project, your contractor should provide you with a relatively accurate timeline for the work. The most accurate timelines are actually multiple timelines because many factors can affect the completion date.

20 February 2020