Concrete Services and Other Hard Topics: Blogs about Contractors

Shared Sub-Division Spaces That Foster a Sense of Community

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If you are currently in the midst of organising a sub-division, you need to ensure that you meet all of the government’s requirements for this type of space. If you don’t, your application may be denied. If you are creating a relatively large sub-division, you must set aside at least 12.5 percent of the land for use by the general community. The government does not specify which type of community space you need to set up, and that gives you a lot of flexibility.…

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Maintenance Tips for Your Glass Balustrades

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Glass balustrading is a great way to secure areas such as swimming pool enclosures, balconies, decking and staircases in your home. Not only are these balustrades made from glass that is secure enough to withstand heavy impact, but they also ensure that you have unobstructed views of your property no matter where they are installed. Additionally, glass balustrading is a popular option for residences with small spaces as they give the illusion of extra room since they are not obstructing any sightlines.…

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Comparing Materials Used For Kitchen Splashbacks

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Kitchen splashbacks are a modern way of dealing with the mess created around the cooking area. During the cooking process, fat, grease and other liquid can spill out of the pan, landing on the d├ęcor, unless it is protected by a splashback. There are three main types of materials used to make kitchen splashbacks: glass, stainless steel and tiles. This article examines and compares the pros and cons of each material:…

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