Glenda Owens

  • Signs Your Foundation Is in Trouble and What Can Be Done

    Homes are built to last, and concrete foundations are a solid base on which to build, which is why they're part of so many homes. Unfortunately, inadequate maintenance or movement in the soil in which a home's foundation is built can cause serious issues. If left alone, problems in a home's foundation can cause major structural problems in the house itself, causing further damage and becoming expensive to fix. If you are concerned about the foundation of your home, the good news is that having your foundation assessed and repaired, if necessary, is not as complex as you think.
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  • 4 Ways to Confirm Rental Equipment Productivity

    Construction projects often require varied equipment at different stages of the projects. How certain can you be that you are getting maximum value from the equipment that you have rented? Read on and learn some of the ways through which you can assess the productivity of rental equipment. Is There Too Much Equipment? Some of the equipment that you rented for your project may not be as productive as expected if you devoted too many machines to perform certain tasks.
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  • 3 Control Measures to Help New Demolition Contractors Manage Risks

    Demolition projects are, by nature, risky undertakings and as such new contractors need to be careful when demolishing buildings. One of the best ways a new demolition contractor can ensure safety is by following laid down codes of practice. Controlling risks is considered as one of the most important systems of practice meant to eliminate hazards during a demolition exercise. To manage risks efficiently, demolition contractors need to rank their risk control measures from the highest level of protection to the lowest.
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