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2 Reasons why Soil Testing Is Important Before Construction

As most of the people know, in order to construct a structure that is fit for human occupation and local standards, you need to have a qualified and professional contractor, a viable plan and resources. However, most people tend to forget about the earth on which your structure will stand. Other than the sturdiness of the land, one should also test the reactivity of the soil. This is referred to as soil testing. Read More 

Tennis Court Construction: Maintaining and Protecting Your Synthetic Grass Surface

If you are interested in building a tennis court for private or public use, you should consider opting for a synthetic turf surface. There are multiple alternative materials to consider for this type of sports construction project. However, synthetic turf provides good overall benefits. In simple terms, the material is comfortable for most people unlike hard surfaces like asphalt and concrete, which can be tough on delicate bodies. Also, synthetic turf does not demand a lot of maintenance like natural grass. Read More 

Benefits You Will Get When You Have Retaining Walls

Retaining walls are usually stiff and hard. They are used for carrying soil mass that prevents the soil from entering the premises of the property. They are common in gardens and slopes. There are several kinds of retaining walls that can be used for a variety of approaches. They have to be constructed and carefully planned to take the soil pressure into account. The desired changes will also be based on the repose soil angle. Read More 

Top 4 Tips For Domestic Scaffolding Safety

For safe access during work-at-height projects on a home, be it a new construction or repair work and refurbishment, you will need domestic scaffolding. Whether you're the homeowner or the tradesperson working on the project, domestic scaffolding safety is one thing that you must appreciate on all your projects. To guarantee safety while using scaffolding, here are a few pointers that you should keep in mind: 1.    Choose The Right Scaffolding Read More 

Four Signs Your Commercial Fridge Has a Freon Leak

Commercial and residential refrigerators need freon to run. This substance runs through pipes in the fridge, and it absorbs heat and releases cold so that your refrigeration system runs properly. The freon exists in a closed loop, and in optimal running conditions, it never needs to be topped up or replaced. Sometimes, however, leaks can occur. Freon can be toxic to inhale, and without adequate levels of freon, your refrigerator may not run properly. Read More