Although land division refers to the process of subdividing a parcel of land into smaller lots, it is essential to know that this process is not as simple as demarcating the different lots and doing with them as you wish. The process needs to be systematic for it to be legal. To help you manage your expectations, here is what you need to know about residential land division to determine if it is right for you. [Read More]
Could Your Home Have an Asbestos Problem?
Asbestos is a group of silicate minerals comprised of tiny, microscopic fibres that take the form of fibrous crystals. Although asbestos was widely used for thousands of years in a wide range of industries, it was the construction industry that it saw its most extensive use where it's strength, electrical resistance, and comparatively low cost made it a popular insulation material. Asbestos can be found in properties built as recently as the 1980s although the use of the material was prohibited after that time. [Read More]
A Guide On Commercial Scaffolding
Commercial scaffolding is a must-have when building high rise commercial buildings. More often than not, contractors have a difficult time when hiring and using scaffolds. Below is a short guide on commercial scaffolding. Choosing A Commercial Scaffold When constructing a multiple storey building, you could opt to use the following types of scaffolding: A staircase tower scaffold comprises several platforms connected by a staircase. They are ideal when construction workers need to carry heavy or wide items inside the scaffold. [Read More]
Factors To Consider During a Home Demolition Project
Demolishing a house does not simply involve knocking it down, clearing the rubbish and constructing a new building. There is a lot involved in demolition projects. You need to acquire the right legal authorisation and work with a professional to ensure the project runs smoothly. Here are some of the factors you ought to consider before engaging in house demolition. Legal Requirements Before demolishing a house, you need to obtain a building permit from your local council. [Read More]