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How to Approach Contractors With Knowledge: A Contracting Blog


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How to Approach Contractors With Knowledge: A Contracting Blog

Hi! My name is Pam, and I recently learnt how scary it can be to hire contractors. I have to admit that in many cases, I didn't even know which questions to ask first. After remodelling my entire home, including putting in a new foundation, I learnt a lot about working with contractors, and I am going to cover all of that in this blog. I am a nurse, and I love my job. I live with my sister Beth in our parents' old home with Beth's 16-year-old daughter. I love to write, but this is one of my first public projects. I hope you like it. Thank you for reading.

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Building inspection services can improve the state of your property
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In layman's language, a building inspection is a c

Options Available When Shopping For Plasterboard
21 August 2017

Plasterboard is one of the most underrated buildin

3 Ways to Make Your Front Door More Secure
18 July 2016

Are you worried about your house being broken into

Four Items You Need to Convert Your Garage Into a Safe Storage Space
11 July 2016

Your child's going to uni, and you want to turn hi

Questions You Might Have About Installing a Glass Shower Screen
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A glass shower screen is a great way to open up a

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Building inspection services can improve the state of your property

In layman's language, a building inspection is a comprehensive report that describes the state of a property. Building inspections can be carried out on many different properties, such as commercial buildings, government buildings, and even your own home. Engaging the right building inspections services can help you make sure your property is in the best possible condition. Building inspectors are general contractors who carry out a comprehensive analysis of your property to check for any areas that need attention. Read More 

Options Available When Shopping For Plasterboard

Plasterboard is one of the most underrated building supplies, but it is quite crucial in the construction of wall lining, ceilings and more. In recent years, plasterboard is available in various profiles to suit an assortment of building needs. Plasterboard is also quite user-friendly, making it one of the easiest building materials for DIYers to work with. Nevertheless, if you are embarking on a construction or renovation project in your home, it would be prudent to know what type of plasterboard would be best suited for your particular application. Read More 

3 Ways to Make Your Front Door More Secure

Are you worried about your house being broken into? Given that there are 200,000 burglaries in Australia every year, this fear is not unfounded. If you're looking to increase your home security, don't spend all your money on security cameras -- as simple as it sounds, securing your front door is also crucial in preventing a burglary. One company in the United States found that the majority of burglars entered their victims' homes through the front door. Read More 

Four Items You Need to Convert Your Garage Into a Safe Storage Space

Your child's going to uni, and you want to turn his room into the guest room you've always dreamt about. First, however, you need to find a place to store your child's band instruments, extra clothing, books, electronics and other items he or she left behind. The garage is the ideal solution, but before placing much of what your child owns into the garage, you should take some time to prepare. Read More 

Questions You Might Have About Installing a Glass Shower Screen

A glass shower screen is a great way to open up a small bathroom; not only does it make the space seem bigger, but it also might reflect light so that even the smallest space seems brighter and more welcoming. They also work with any d├ęcor, so you don't need to worry about constantly changing the shower curtain when you get new linens for the bath or decide to repaint. If you're thinking about a glass shower screen, note a few questions you might have and then discuss these with a contractor as needed. Read More