What Are Some of the Main Differences Between Custom Homes and Semi-Custom Homes?

You and your family might have already decided that it's your dream to build a home from the ground up. After all, you might love the idea of living in a brand new home that has finishes that you have picked out and that has the floor plan that is best for your family. When looking around for a builder so you can get started with your project, however, you might have noticed that different home builders advertise different services. [Read More]

2 Advantages of Using Ground-Penetrating Radar Before Digging

If you are preparing to break ground at a new construction site in a new area, you may be concerned about what may lie beneath the surface. Usually, you may depend on schematics that could be old and obsolete. Or, you may dig boreholes to get an approximate idea as to what type of materials and conditions you may find. Instead of depending on these types of methods to scope out what you may run into while digging, you may want to consider using ground-penetrating radar. [Read More]

Safety Considerations When Hiring Mobile Scaffolding

Mobile scaffolds are quite popular due to their versatility at the site. These scaffolds are easy to install and can be used outdoors and indoors. If you have an ongoing construction or home renovation project, you may need to hire a mobile scaffold. The extract below details some mobile scaffolding hire and safety tips.  Hire The Right Scaffold Start by accessing your job and site to establish the type of scaffolding you require. [Read More]

Should You Use Directional Drilling Next Time?

Obstacles are a problem for any construction or maintenance company. Having something in the way when you need to work there is inconvenient, but how serious a difficulty it might pose depends on your circumstances. If you want to build somewhere and there is an existing property, you can obtain permission to demolish it. If you have vegetation stopping you from using your land, you can hire a company to clear the ground and make it ready for planting, building or whatever you are planning. [Read More]