Reasons To Contemplate New Home Construction When Shopping For A Home

Posted on: 29 September 2016

When it comes time to move out of your home, condo or apartment, you might be weighing the options between looking for an existing home or contacting a builder about the construction of a new home. The latter is a highly desirable option that is worth exploring, regardless of your budget. Whether you wish to have a small, modest home built or you're looking for something on the other end of the spectrum, there are a number of reasons to pursue the route of new home construction.
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3 Reasons To Use Driveway Pavers For Your Driveway

Posted on: 9 September 2016

When it comes to creating a great driveway, your first thought may be to use cement and have one poured. However, if you are looking for something that is a bit more aesthetically pleasing and unique, you should look into using driveway pavers instead. Here are three reasons to use driveway pavers.  They Add More Dimension To Your Driveway While a regular concrete driveway gets the job done, it is often very boring.
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Digging In The Yard? Why Professional Excavation Is A Safer Bet

Posted on: 22 August 2016

Excavating a part of your yard isn't always a big job, but it's one that's usually better left to companies whose workers have been trained to deal with the dangerous aspects of the project. When you dig more than a few inches into the soil, you're creating hazards and potentially putting yourself in harm's way, while these workers have been trained to properly handle the situations that could come up. And the hole or trench doesn't have to be very big to create an issue.
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New Roofer Training Guide: How To Safely Use An Extension Ladder

Posted on: 28 July 2016

Even seasoned roofers fall off of ladders. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration notes that in 2014, 4,821 workers were killed on the job and 20.5% of all deaths were in the construction trades. The leading cause of deaths, almost 40%, of those killed in the construction trades was from workers falling off of things like ladders.  The Center for Disease Control states that 81% of injuries construction workers suffer result from falling off of ladders.
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