Preparing for Australia's Wild Weather: 3 Tips for Securing and Improving Durability of Carports

Australia has some pretty wild weather, and global warming will only make severe storms more common. By the end of the 21st century, the frequency of severe storms in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane has been a projected increase anywhere between 114% to 160%. To prepare your home for Australia's wild weather, take some time to secure the carports on your property with the following 3 tips. Install Additional Supporting Poles and Columns [Read More]

Don't Forget These Factors When Installing a Pergola on Your Property

A pergola offers some protection from the sun without blocking it completely, making it a nice outdoor feature for those who like the heat and sunshine but need just a bit of shade. A pergola can also anchor a seating arrangement in your yard and help to break up the look of a large lawn. When you're thinking of having a pergola installed on your property, note a few factors to consider so you know you get the right one and are happy with it for years to come. [Read More]

Questions You Might Have About a Commercial Building Demolition

Demolishing a building can allow you to rebuild on a lot when you want to stay in the same location as you are currently. An especially older building may need so many repairs that the cost of renovation would be greater than the cost of a new construction, or you may not be able to construct something larger and more to your needs around the current building. Whatever your reasons for considering a demolition, note a few questions you might have about the process and how it gets done so you can better understand your options, and what to discuss with a demolition contractor. [Read More]

How to Make Your New Industrial Development Complex More Appealing to Buyers

If you're planning any type of complex meant for production, manufacturing, and warehousing businesses, you want to consider carefully how to appeal to buyers and tenants once the development is finished. It's typically not enough to simply construct buildings with cement floors and open spaces that can be used for a warehouse, but you need to consider the features that will appeal to more buyers for successful sales and quick leases. [Read More]