A Different Kind of Construction Blog

Things You And Your Roofer Need To Do To Prepare For A Commercial Roof Installation

A commercial roof installation can be a big undertaking depending on the size of your building and the type of roofing you choose. However, if your roof is bad, it's important to change it before it starts leaking. It's good to start planning your commercial roof installation in advance since it might take some time for the roofer to prepare for the installation. Here are some things that go into the preparations for getting a new roof.   Read More...

Benefits Of Aluminum Fencing

When installing a new fence model on your property, one of the most important decisions you have to make is the materials to use. Custom aluminum fencing can last longer and requires minimum maintenance. Here are the key benefits of aluminum fencing.     Lightweight and Easy to Install  The weight of your fencing material greatly determines how easy it is to install. Aluminum is lightweight, making it cheap to transport and easy to install.   Read More...

What You Need To Know Before You Hire A Commercial Contractor

If you are interested in building your own commercial property but you do not know where to start when hiring a contractor, you need to do your research. Building a property for commercial use is completely different than other forms of property. For that reason, you want to hire a qualified professional to do the job. Here are some tips for hiring a commercial contractor: Research Contractors Before you begin, you will want to do some research.   Read More...

Key Things To Get From A Log Home Material Supplier

If you plan on building a log home, then you'll need a supplier to get log materials from consistently. You can be happy with your supplier selection if you verify a couple of things before putting in a log material order and having it processed. Cutting Services  One way you can simplify the building process for a log home is by having all of your log materials cut prior to shipping out.   Read More...

Assessing A Potential Site For Condominium Construction

Condominium development projects can be extremely lucrative, but they can also be extremely demanding and complex projects. As with many other building projects, this process should always start with a thorough land survey and assessment. This can provide several critical pieces of information as you design this new building and locate a place to put it. Determine The Actual Boundaries Of The Property Verifying the boundaries of the property where the condominium is to be built will be an essential factor.   Read More...