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Dan's Construction and Repair Blog

Hello! My name is Dan and this is my construction and repair blog. I don't work in the industry myself, I have recently used a lot of different contractors during the construction of my home. Construction contractors used machinery to dig and lay the foundations for my home before the walls and trusses where installed. A roofing company installed a metal roof and contractors installed plumbing and electrical utilities. I was very impressed with the results and I learnt lots of cool things during the completion of this project. This blog contains information which will be useful to other people who plan to work with construction contractors.

Latest Posts

Three Essential Guidelines for Preserving Your Laminate Floor
24 October 2018

Laminate flooring is an ideal alternative to tradi

3 Major Septic Tank Issues and How to Repair Them
9 October 2018

A septic tank is a tank that is specially designed

If You Suspect There's Asbestos in Your Home, Don't Assume It's Safe to Ignore
9 September 2018

Most people have a pretty good idea of how harmful

How to Light Up Your Commercial Marine Development Project
3 July 2018

When you're doing a commercial marine construction

3 Reasons to Use a Commercial Drilling Service for Your Farm Wells
4 June 2018

Buying an older farm means making upgrades if you

Three Essential Guidelines for Preserving Your Laminate Floor

Laminate flooring is an ideal alternative to traditional wooden floors in homes. This material is advantageous because it is durable and resilient. It can withstand significant mechanical stress and impact without damage. Also, laminate flooring products are available in diverse appearances. You can choose the most suitable aesthetics for your home, including surfaces that mimic the authentic appearance of expensive hardwood. However, laminate products are not everlasting. Poor care and maintenance can lead to premature degradation. Read More 

3 Major Septic Tank Issues and How to Repair Them

A septic tank is a tank that is specially designed to decompose human waste and other domestic waste using bacteria. No one would be interested to know how their drainage system works as long they do not have any blocked drains. It is, however, important to have your septic tank checked regularly to ensure it is in good condition. For someone with no experience on septic tanks, it would be hard to figure out the origin of any problem whenever there is one. Read More 

If You Suspect There’s Asbestos in Your Home, Don’t Assume It’s Safe to Ignore

Most people have a pretty good idea of how harmful asbestos exposure can be to the respiratory system. It's also fairly common knowledge that asbestos can sit undisturbed in buildings for a long time, only becoming a hazard when it's disturbed and the fibres become airborne. Unfortunately, this knowledge can be a problem. As asbestos was widely used when it was still legal, there are a lot of homes that have it hidden within their structure. Read More 

How to Light Up Your Commercial Marine Development Project

When you're doing a commercial marine construction project, there are countless elements you need to decide upon. That includes lighting. As you choose lighting for your project, keep the following ideas in mind. Street Lamps To light up your dock, street lamps work beautifully. They come in a huge range of designs, so whether you want to strike a modern note, a Dickensian vibe or something completely unique, you can find lights that do that. Read More 

3 Reasons to Use a Commercial Drilling Service for Your Farm Wells

Buying an older farm means making upgrades if you want to have that farm operational and sustainable. One of the main areas that will likely need an upgrade is with your wells. If you use wells for any aspect of your homesteaded farm, then you may want to consider using a commercial drilling service instead of handling it on your own. Here are three reasons to use a commercial drilling service for your farm wells. Read More