Two safety tips for those who are performing restoration work on a jetty

Posted on: 4 February 2019

If you will be overseeing the restoration of an old jetty, here are some tips that you should keep in mind to ensure that the restoration work does not result in any injuries or accidents. Take steps to keep members of the public away from the jetty At the beginning of the restoration project, you should place a barrier around the sections of the jetty where the construction equipment will be used.
[Read More]

Benefits of Hiring a Land Development Consultant

Posted on: 15 January 2019

A land development consultant is an individual that provides consultancy services to people intending to develop their land. Below are several benefits of hiring a land development consultant.  Land subdivision Although land subdivision is a lengthy process, the land development consultant should tell you what the process entails. Crucial information includes:  The minimum plot size according to local law. The availability of utilities such as gas, water, sewer and electricity in the area.
[Read More]

Three Fantastic Reasons to Consider Concrete Kerbing for Your Commercial Landscape

Posted on: 29 December 2018

Are you looking to demarcate and prettify your commercial landscape? The outdoor appearance of your landscape can speak volumes about your business, so it is important to make sure it looks its best. Kerb installation is an option to consider if you want to give your commercial landscape a clean, organized look. But kerbing systems are made of different materials, so the first thing to do is to pick your kerbing material.
[Read More]

A Guide to Choosing the Right Surveyor for Your Property

Posted on: 22 October 2018

You may be interested in buying a home, and after a long search, you have finally settled on that dream home. Before buying that house, your mortgage provider must conduct their valuation of that property. However, most people will not be satisfied with that valuation, and they will want a survey on the property that they are willing to purchase. They will want the surveyor to look at the structural condition of that property.
[Read More]