Construction Creates Our World

Construction Creates Our World

Worried About Your Seawall? Signs You Need To Schedule An Inspection

If you own a waterfront home, you also have a seawall. You might not realize it, but the seawall serves as a barrier between your property and the water. If the seawall deteriorates, your property is at an increased risk for water damage, such as erosion. One of the best ways to protect your seawall is to schedule routine inspections. If you haven't had the seawall in

Ways To Recycle Leftover Construction Materials

When working on a construction project, you are going to end up with a certain amount of leftover or slightly used materials. Instead of just letting them go to waste, you will want to consider some of the various ways in which you can recycle at least some of it. While some things may be bound for the construction dumpster, there are other things that can be given a

What To Consider When Installing A Backyard Patio

Do you currently have a deck that looks like it is in disrepair, and you're tired of the maintenance of staining it and replacing broken boards? If so, you're likely considering having a new concrete patio poured to replace it. Here are some things to consider when building a concrete patio. The Shape Of The Patio One of the nice things about poured concrete is that y

2 Reasons To Have A Professional Repair Your Commercial Building's Fire Sprinkler System Instead Of Doing It Yourself

When you own and/or operate within a commercial building, one of your key responsibilities is to ensure that the fire safety features of the structure are working properly. While inspecting the sprinkler system, you may have noted that one of the sprinkler heads or piping is broken or corroded, requiring repairs. Because the task seems simple, you may be tempted to do

3 Common Types Of Land Surveying

Land surveying is the set of tasks that are performed to measure and record properties. The survey process can be done in various ways, depending on the type of land being surveyed. You can work with a professional surveyor to make sure your building is constructed on a stable foundation. This article discusses three common types of land surveying. 1. Topographic Surv