Building on A Hillside? A Guide to Segmental Retaining Walls and Why They Are Your Best Option

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Many Australian homeowners love to spend time outdoors enjoying the well-manicured yards and beautiful landscapes. However, if you own a hillside property, wouldn’t it be nice to have a little extra space for your yard? Properties with significant elevation present many landscaping challenges, and finding a flat area for an outdoor garden or a sitting area can be extremely difficult.  Thankfully, segmental retaining walls are here to help. Unlike your regular retaining wall, a segmental retaining wall is your best bet when you are looking to reclaim some space for your landscaping needs.…

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Marina Construction: Three Beneficial Guidelines for a Profitable Renovation

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If your commercial marina is worn-out and old or the operation can no longer meet the customers’ needs, you should think about conducting extensive renovations. In general, marine structures tend to experience gradual wear due to environmental conditions. This deterioration can cause a decline in value and subsequently your earnings. However, if you conduct renovations, you can restore the original function and appeal of your operations. In addition, you can make some improvements.…

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Two Ways to Protect Construction Workers During the Winter

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Performing construction work during the winter can be challenging. Here are two steps that building site managers should take to ensure the safety of their construction workers during this time of the year. Allow the soil to dry out before performing construction excavation work During the winter months, the soil on a building site often ends being saturated as a result of exposure to snow or rainwater. If this happens on a site where excavation work needs to be carried out, the site manager should postpone the excavation until after the soil has dried out.…

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