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How To Financially Plan And Save On Your House Demolition

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Home demolitions can cost in the thousands of dollars and require lengthy planning processes. Over 800 ‘historic’ homes are demolished every week in Australia, and limited financing options are available without reconstruction funding. Therefore, you will need to plan effectively, cutting out excess costs such as de-cluttering and other types of manual labour. The rates you are expected to pay will depend on the materials used in building your home, the complexity of the demolition process, the excavation costs and whether or not asbestos is present in the house.…

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Why Residential Asbestos Disposal Should Never Be A DIY Endeavour

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Although it is now a banned material, asbestos was a commonly employed construction material since it was considered an effective yet affordable form of insulation. Hence, it was utilised to coat pipes, as a sound insulator in walls and more. Nonetheless, the health risks that it poses has made a good number of homeowners vigilant about the presence of this material in their home. But if you think that your house contains asbestos, it is inadvisable to try to dispose of it on your own.…

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Signs that Your Foundation Requires Commercial Underpinning

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A strong foundation is crucial when you are putting up a building so that the people who work in your building and the buildings around it will be safe. Commercial underpinning helps strengthen and support foundations that are failing. Here are three signs that your foundation is failing and needs underpinning.  Sloping Floors  It takes time to notice your floors are starting to slope. Every building begins with even floors. If your commercial building’s floor starts to slope, you need to check its foundation.…

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What You Should Know About Foundation Underpinning

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It is not uncommon to find the foundation of your home, building or structure showing visual signs of damage or even the structure or building showing signs of sinking. Such signs include: Cracks on exterior walls Sticking doors and windows as a result of uneven frames Bowed walls Foundation cracks Cabinets separating from walls Uneven floors, etc. Foundation damage should be repaired as soon as possible because the work of the foundation is to offer support to the entire structure or building.…

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3 Critical Pre-Demolition Inspection Surveys

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House demolitions often seem straightforward to property owners because the main demolition lasts only a couple of hours. However, nothing could be further from the truth because a lot of preparation is involved in the process. Pre-demolition inspection is a critical part of the preparation process, and it goes a long way in making the demolition both legal and safe. This article highlights vital surveys conducted during a pre-demolition inspection.…

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