Where to Add Locks in Your Commercial Facility

When it comes to keeping your commercial facility or office secure, of course you know to have very strong locks and alarms on all the doorways and entrances. However, you may not realize that other areas of your facility should also be locked, and should have upgraded locks added regularly, to ensure their security. Note a few suggestions for where to add locks, and when to have those locks replaced, in your commercial facility or office space. Read More 

Act Fast to Get Rid of Black Mould on Plasterboard Ceilings

Black mould is a shockingly common problem in homes, and it can be difficult to deal with. Just when you think you've defeated it once and for all, back it comes, spreading across surfaces in no time. Mould spores can damage your health, causing respiratory problems and other symptoms. Health issues aside, it can be a particularly severe problem on plasterboard ceilings, not least because it makes the mould more difficult to reach than it is when it's on walls. Read More 

Concrete Removal Advice

If you are in the process of renovating your home, you may have a large section of concrete driveway or wall which you wish to remove. Concrete is a very hardy substance. While this is a fantastic property for the material to have when it is in place, it can make removing it difficult. Below is a guide to everything you need to know about the process of concrete removal. Read More 

Essential Questions to Consider If You Want to Sell Off Some of Your Property

If you own a large plot of land and you are thinking about selling off pieces of it, there are a few steps you need to take. While the process can vary based on where you live, there are a few essentials that stay the same from area to area. Here's a look at what you need to think about during this process. Have You Done a Title Search? When it comes to boundaries in the country, they may not always be clear. Read More 

Two tips for staying on schedule during a construction project

If a construction project falls behind schedule, it can lead to major additional expenses. Here are two ways to stay on schedule during a building project. Be careful about where you choose to have deliveries dropped off Certain types of building materials, such as timber, can deteriorate when exposed to the elements. As such, when they are delivered to the construction site, they cannot be simply left in a pile outdoors but instead need to be carefully stowed away in a suitable storage container. Read More