Most people understand just how dangerous asbestos can be, but many do not realise how prevalent it can be and how it is still contained in thousands of buildings around the country. Unfortunately, it's impossible to tell whether a particular building has any asbestos within, but if it is relatively old and has had few modifications or renovations in the past, then the chances are very high. You may be the proud new owner of a " [Read More]
3 Essential Guidelines for Budgeting for Your Residential Demolition
If you are preparing for extensive residential remodelling, renovating or complete rebuilding, you will need to plan for the demolition. In general, house demolition will allow you to remove the entire structure of part of it. Consequently, you will be able to conduct your construction work. If you are preparing for this type of project, you will need to set aside funds for demolition. Poor budgeting can cause you undue financial strain. [Read More]
What House Restumping Materials Can You Consider?
When you are informed that your house needs restumping, either to replace the old ones or to eliminate damaged ones, you will quickly realise that there are several decisions that you have to make. The reason why restumping is not straightforward is that different stumps will work best with specific environments. Thus, your damage contractors will have to assess the soil on your property as well as the size of your house before you can select the right stumps. [Read More]
When to Consider Performing a Knock-Down and Rebuild Project
Regardless of whether a building has been damaged by floods, fire, a hurricane or any other catastrophe, one of the biggest decisions that damage contractors usually have to make is whether to pull down and rebuild the structure or to embark on remediation without any demolition. Generally speaking, the decision to demolish and rebuild costs more compared to simply repairing/renovating. However, there are a number of circumstances when spending more on building demolition and rebuilding a structure makes good sense. [Read More]