Why You Need a Structural Engineer

Posted on: 22 April 2019
When you have plans to build any structure, a home, commercial building, bridge, dam, pool, elevated tank, etc., you will require a structural engineer. The main job of the structural engineer is to make sure that these structures are erected with full support to enable them to stand without being affected by any forces. Such forces can be environmental (earthquakes, storms, wind, etc.) or human (number of people the structure will hold and the activity to be carried out in the structure).
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Tips for Keeping Your Electric Drain-Cleaning Machine in Tip-Top Working Condition

Posted on: 1 April 2019
An electric drain-cleaning machine is a useful aide when it comes to unclogging stopped-up drains and sewer lines. If you own the equipment and have some experience in operating it, you can clean your residential drains on your own as part of routine plumbing maintenance.   Just like other mechanical equipment, your drain-cleaning machine requires proper care and upkeep to continue working properly. Otherwise, it will become less efficient at its job over time.
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Emerging Trends in Door Hardware

Posted on: 11 March 2019
Turn and open – this has been the standard feature on door hardware for years. Notably, there is nothing wrong with traditional door knobs, but today's homeowner is looking for more than just functionality. Efficiency and aesthetics on door hardware have become just as important. With so many manufacturers producing some of the best builders' door hardware in the market, it can be difficult for custom homebuilders to keep up with what's popular and what's running out of favour.
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2 tips for preventing property damage when you're renovating your home

Posted on: 10 February 2019
If you're unused to using power tools, construction materials or access equipment (like ladders and scaffolding), there is a chance that you could damage your home whilst you are trying to renovate it. Here are some tips that you should keep in mind to prevent this from happening. 1. Identify the layout of the air conditioning system's ductwork before you begin If you have a ducted air conditioning system, you should try to identify the layout of this system's ductwork before you start the renovation work.
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