The Advantages of Choosing a Second Floor Extension Over a Conventional Home Extension

Posted on: 18 April 2017

Adding an extension to your home is a wonderful way to increase your living space without going through the hassle of moving homes. However, while adding an extension to our home is less bothersome than switching homes, it is far from a simple process, and choosing the type of extension you require can be more difficult than you might imagine. Second storey home extensions are becoming an increasingly popular choice or homeowners across Australia and allow homeowners to build up rather than out to create an extension on top of their single storey home.
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Top Grades: Why Preliminary Grade Control Drilling Is Vital For A Profitable Mine

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Anybody who works in the mining industry knows how vital it is to fully assess a mine before drilling in earnest begins, and one of the most important aspects of preparing a mine for drilling is by conducting preliminary, grade control drilling.  What is grade control drilling? The aim of grade control drilling is to take samples of the ore contained within a prospective mine, which are thoroughly analysed by a mining geologist using various pieces of ore grading equipment.
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What Impacts the Extent of Hail Damage on Your Residential Roof?

Posted on: 23 March 2017

Is your residential roof susceptible to hail damage? If it is, what are the factors that influence the extent of damage caused to your roof during hail storms? Hail damage is measured in terms of the magnitude of damage, ranging from granule loss, edge removal, and cracking or breaking of the roofing material, and so on. One type of hail damage may not necessarily call for a complete replacement of the roof, so it is a good idea to call in an expert roofer to come and inspect your roof beforehand.
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Commercial Construction: Simple Cost Management Strategies for Your Project

Posted on: 23 March 2017

The construction of a commercial building requires extensive financial investment for ideal success. However, no business can afford to spend money on a project without significant limitations. Therefore, you must be diligent to ensure that the potential cumulative costs are managed and controlled. This will minimise long-term financial implications and promote early profitability of the business. Here are some simple strategies to help manage your commercial construction costs. Contract Experienced Engineers
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