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Electric Installation Considerations for Stationary Tiny Homes

When you have a tiny home, you have the option of a stationary tiny home build. This type of build means that you will have the same design as a traditional, mobile tiny home, but the foundation will be fixed rather than on wheels. When you have decided to have a stationary tiny home, you may have a different electrical installation than you would if you were travelli

How to Win the Hot Water Battle

Are there signs of a diplomatic crisis outside your bathroom each morning? Several members of the family may be jostling for position as they fight to get access first and jump into the shower. Could this bad-tempered melee be something to do with the temperature of the water and, specifically, the fact that the hot water is in short supply? If so, you need to take a

Two Precautions That Landscapers Should Take When Working in the Rain

Whilst ideally, landscapers should not work when it is raining heavily, sometimes working in these weather conditions is unavoidable. If you are new to the profession of landscaping, here are some precautions that you should take when you need to work in the rain. Use rubber outdoor mats when working on wet grass or soil One of the best things you can do if you know y

General Risks Posed Against the Integrity of Your Scaffolding

If you have recently ventured into the construction industry and have bought your first scaffolding, you may be excited about the fact that your construction projects will not be limited to short buildings. However, while scaffolding, irrespective of the type, is designed with durability in mind, its robust nature will still be vulnerable to eventual damage. To mitiga

Important Things to Note About Foundation Underpinning

Foundation underpinning is the method used to increase the foundation depth. This could be done if the developer wants to add more storeys to the building. In addition, the foundation may be damaged by the surrounding tree roots, and this method will be used to make corrections. And, if the adjacent constructions have foundations that are lower than the current one, i