Construction Contractors

When Is It Time to Demolish a Home

The option of demolishing a home is typically not something that many homeowners think about when trying to decide on their options for repairs and renovations, moving, selling the land, and the like. However, a demolition can be a good choice in many cases; note when this is and why demolishing can be right for you and your home under these circumstances. Consider upcoming repairs A home may need just one major repair at the moment, and the cost of this one repair may not actually justify demolishing the house itself. Read More 

Two Ways to Keep Costs Down When Purchasing and Renovating a Dilapidated House

If you're considering buying and renovating a dilapidated property, here are a few tips which should enable you to keep your costs down, without compromising on the quality of the finished house. Get a building inspection report It may seem a bit illogical to spend several hundred dollars on a building inspection report when you're trying to conserve funds. However, this type of service could save you thousands in the long run. Read More 

Do You Buy or Rent Heavy Equipment? Factors to Consider

Do you have some big projects rolling down the pipe? Are you making big plans for growing your company's capabilities? With all these questions in mind, it is clear that you will need to associate with trucks or heavy equipment. What's the criterion of deciding on when to purchase such equipment or when to rent? You want an economic option that will cut down on costs as much as possible but still offer the best results for your company. Read More 

A Couple of Tips to Renovating a Fixer Upper

Whether you are looking to invest in a fixer-upper for resale or want to purchase it as your first home, one fact to contend with is that the structure will require renovations for it to become valuable real estate. Nonetheless, not many homeowners know how best to go about converting this structure into a comfortable living space. Instead, they make the mistake of gutting the entire building and end up having to spend exorbitant amounts of money to put it back together. Read More 

Five Tips for Construction Companies Using Recruitment Agencies to Fill Permanent Placement Roles

If you need to hire a contractor for a permanent placement role in your company, you can search, interview, and hire someone on your own, or you can have a recruitment company to handle all that for you. Before approaching a recruiter about helping you fill a permanent placement role, there are several ideas you may want to consider. 1. Look for an Agency With Experience With Permanent Placement Most recruiting agencies offer both temporary and permanent placement, but before selecting an agency, you should ask about its track record with permanent placements. Read More