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Carrie's Construction Tips

Welcome to my blog. I'm Carrie and I would like to share some of the top tips I have learnt about construction and repair work in the home. My passion is for buying old property and carrying out work on them to bring them into the 21st century. I started out doing this a couple of years ago. I used some money I had inherited to buy a wreck of a place and if I am honest, I didn't have a clue what I was doing. I was really lucky to find some great contractors who helped me out a lot and taught me lots of very cool things.

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Finding the Perfect Custom Builder for Your Home: Key Things to Consider

28 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Finding a custom builder for your home can be an exciting experience. However, it might not be as straightforward as it seems. You need to evaluate your options carefully by considering some crucial factors first. For instance, you'll want to consider the builder's reputation, experience and previous work. References from your friends or family can also come in handy. While these aspects are crucial in choosing a new home contractor, they may not be enough in helping you find the right one. Read More …

3 Upgrades for Your Tennis Court Construction Project

3 August 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Designing the ideal tennis court for your home landscape can take time. You want to make sure that the tennis court is suitable for your play style. You also want to make sure that the tennis court fits your landscape as well as your budget. The design planning stage is the ideal time to look over possible upgrades that would benefit you and your enjoyment of your completed tennis court. Here are three upgrades you should consider and what you need to know about each one. Read More …

Town Planning: Think About People Living With Dementia in Your Town

27 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to designing a town or city, one needs to think about the occupants of the town and how the various structures, streets and amenities contribute to improving their quality of life. One of the things that you should take into consideration is how the town's design affects people living with dementia. These are people whose thinking capacity has significantly reduced, and they tend to forget things often. A complex town design can frustrate such individuals as they will find it hard to manoeuvre the streets and access buildings. Read More …

Unique Ways for Construction Project Managers to Lower Demolition Costs

21 March 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

To most people, demolition work seems like a less expensive undertaking because to them the process involves knocking down walls and floors 'haphazardly'. However, nothing could be further from the truth. A lot of planning goes into demolition projects, and this is the reason construction contractors leave that kind of work to professionals. Before hiring the services of a demolition contractor, construction project managers must first have an estimate of the costs to be incurred. Read More …

Why epoxy flooring is right for your premises

5 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are considering installing new flooring in all or part of your commercial or industrial building, then you should think about the advantages that an epoxy floor can offer you. Epoxy flooring is quick to install and has become a popular choice for warehouses, laboratories, beverage plants and similar industrial buildings as it provides a smooth, attractive high gloss surface that is hard wearing and low maintenance. Here are the four great reasons to choose epoxy flooring for your premises. Read More …