The idea of building a property from scratch is a dream for many people, but the quality of the property will often be dependent on the quality of the land. For this reason, you might think that building on sloping land is out of the question, but this is not necessarily the case. You do, however, need to arm yourself with some important information so that the build goes to plan. [Read More]
Queenslander Renovation And Demolition: What You Need To Know About Brisbane Planning Regulations
For many people in and around Brisbane, the Queenslander home is one of the most iconic property styles in Australia. Designed to cope with the tropical conditions that Brisbane must sometimes withstand, these homes are increasingly under threat from developers, so it's unsurprising that planning regulations now actively protect these famous buildings. If you're planning renovation work on a Queenslander that involves any form of demolition, you need to make sure you carefully consider all planning regulations. [Read More]
Using Clean Fill In New South Wales: Advice For House Builders
The term 'clean fill' refers to earth and soil that is completely free from contaminants like grass, rubble and industrial waste. House builders commonly use clean fill to raise the height of a low-lying construction site or to fill in unwanted features like swimming pools and ponds. If you're building a home in New South Wales, it's important to understand how local environmental regulations can affect the supply and use of clean fill material. [Read More]
Is Your Cooling Tower Operating at Peak Efficiency?
As a busy maintenance and engineering manager you are well aware of the vital role your cooling towers perform at your facility. With the many urgent demands on the budget, keeping them operating at peak performance may sometimes be difficult to manage. However, by attending to just three common cooling tower issues you can increase their efficiency, improve their operation and extend their working life. Effective management of the motors, successful handling of contamination, and close observation of water levels will result in more efficient performance. [Read More]