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Hi, I'm Mandy. If you're looking for tips on pool construction, you've come to the right place. We've just had a new pool installed and I'm full of advice! When I started on our pool I thought it would be an easy build. Boy, was I wrong. I didn't know anything about building a pool apart from the fact I wanted one. Luckily, our construction company set me straight. They helped me work out how big the pool could be and they showed me which shape would suit our yard space. They sorted out permits and even gave me advice on fencing. To find out what I learned, read through my blog. Hope it helps!


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Important Tidbits to Know About Having Glass Tinting Done on Your Commercial Building

If you own, lease, or rent a commercial building and would like to make some improvements to it, one thing that you might want to learn about is glass tinting. If you're new to having tint installed on commercial glass, there are a few things you may want to know. These tidbits of information should help prepare you. It's a Good Idea to Have it Done First of all, if you aren't sure of whether or not you want to have glass tinting done on your commercial building, consider these reasons why it could be an excellent idea:

Three Reasons To Use Asbestos Removal Services Before Selling Your House In Australia

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that can be found in many places around the world. It has been used in construction because it is fire resistant, cheap, and flexible. However, asbestos can become dangerous if it is disturbed and fibres are released into the air. These fibres can cause serious health problems such as lung cancer if they are inhaled over a long period of time. As such, asbestos removal services are necessary before selling your house to ensure that your future buyer's health is not put at risk.

Two situations in which you should use non-destructive digging techniques

If you need to have construction work done on your property that will involve digging and you're in one of these situations, you should request that your contractor use non-destructive digging methods (such as using suction or pressurised water to dislodge the soil, instead of digging it up with an excavator). The digging area is close to a protected tree If you have a protected tree on your property that the law prohibits you from damaging or removing and your construction project will involve digging up soil that is near this tree, you should ensure that the contractor and their team use non-destructive digging techniques to remove this soil.

3 Reasons to Build a Verandah on Your Home

If you're looking for new ways to improve your home, then a verandah is a good option. If you have the space, this build has a range of practical and financial benefits. What are they? 1. Add Sheltered Outdoor Space to Your Home If you add a verandah to your home, then you create a stylish and sheltered outdoor space. The verandah's roof protects you from the sun, rain and wind.

Why You Should Still Take Asbestos Seriously In 2022

Even though it has been over twenty years since asbestos was first phased out of new constructions in Australia, there are still many reasons why you can never be too careful when it comes to protecting yourself from this dangerous fibre. While it might be relegated to the history books when it comes to the construction industry, there are still many old buildings that are littered with asbestos products. Here are a few reasons why you should still take asbestos seriously in 2022 even if you have never previously encountered it and aren't even sure your home has it.