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Learning About The Three Divisions Of Construction

My name is Michael Jones and this blog focuses on the three divisions of construction. Building construction is what most people are familiar with and this consists of the building of homes and businesses. Industrial construction is the operation of erecting manufacturing plants and refineries. Infrastructure is another type of construction that focuses on the building of large projects, such as bridges and dams. I became interested in this subject many years ago after I watched a television documentary about construction. Since then, I've done a lot of research to learn everything I can about the various types of construction. If this topic also interests you, you'll find out a lot of information by reading this blog.

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Suggestions You Can Give Your Clients When Building Their Custom Home

14 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to a custom home build, your clients likely have a lot of ideas. Some of them you may question, but as their contractor it's your job to see the majority of their desires come to completion. Some homeowners may be at a loss as to how they can get the most out of their luxury home, and this is where you can make suggestions to help them enjoy their property even more. Read More …

Top 3 Things That Should Not Be Recycled

22 September 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you concerned about the environment? Do you like to recycle as much as possible? While wanting to recycle as much as possible is a noble ambition, the truth is that proper garbage disposal can be a tricky subject at times. Here are some things that you should think twice about before putting them into your recycling bin: Cardboard: While most cardboard is fine to recycle, not all of it is. If your cardboard is laminated or otherwise has lots of tape still stuck to it, the excess plastic may get caught in your recycling center's machinery. Read More …

How To Replace A Furnace Filter

2 September 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The filter is the first line of defense for your furnace, as it protects the unit from dirt, dust and debris being sucked into the motor of the machine. Over time dust and debris will build up on the filter and completely block the air from passing through. When the air filter is blocked it will prevent the furnace from reaching the temperature that you set at the thermostat, which will make the motor run that much harder. Read More …

Key Points For Stove Maintenance

27 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you use stoves, it is vitally important that you learn the ins and outs of taking great care of it. The way that you manage and maintain your stove will dictate the durability and performance that you receive from it. There are some critical guidelines for you to keep in mind in order to understand the most practical ways to care for the stove. With this in mind, read the points below and use them in order to get the absolute best out of your stove for the long haul. Read More …

Chain-Link Vs. Cedar Fencing | Which One Is Best For You?

7 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you buy a fencing material, you need to look at more than just the cost of your fence. Instead, you also need to think about your primary reason for installing a fence and how much maintenance different materials will require. For example, if you are simply looking to mark a boundary, and you don't want to worry about a lot of upkeep, then you should consider purchasing a chain-link fence. Read More …