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Repairing storm damage

Our school got a significant amount of storm damage this year. It's sure been a wild winter. It's very important for us to have a safe school without any damage buildings or equipment posing extra risks to our students, staff or community members. It can be hard to get damage contractors out quickly after severe storms because they are so busy so it's important to have existing relationships with contractors so that you can get quick service. This blog is all about forming relationships with damage contractors before you have damage so that you can get a school, home or other building repaired as quickly as possible.


What Welding Method Is Best for Your Upcoming Job?

21 June 2019
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If you have a piece of equipment that has been seriously damaged in an incident of some kind, then you may be considering your options. The equipment itself is still valuable and can be pressed back into service once it has been repaired. You certainly don't want to replace it, due to the cost and hassle involved. Instead, you need to ensure that it is repaired and that the job is performed well so that you don't leave anything to chance. Read More …

How Damage Contractors Can Help Clients to Avoid Foundation Damages

12 January 2018
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Repairing a damaged foundation can be costly because you might have to leave your home for a few days and stay at a hotel. The sad news is that most homeowners do not know when their foundation is showing signs of damage and they end up waiting too long. As a foundation contractor, there is nothing a client would love more than getting tips on how they can prevent foundation damage or reduce the cost of foundation repairs. Read More …

Recycling Demolition Waste: A Guide

13 February 2017
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If your property has suffered fire, flood or structural damage, you will need to call in a damage management contractor so they can stabilise the property and demolish and remove any parts which are dangerous or beyond repair. Depending on the level of damage, this could generate a large quantity of waste material. Whereas this material used to be sent straight to landfill, a large amount of it is now recycled. Read More …

Understanding Different Types of Chimney Liners

29 December 2016
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Wood burning stoves and fireplaces are some of the major causes of fires in homes. For this reason, if you are planning to install one of those in your home, you need to find ways to ensure you prevent potential fire hazards from the burning materials. One great way to do this is to invest in chimney liners. These are conduits that are installed inside your chimney to prevent heat transfer to nearby combustible products, protect your chimney walls from the corrosive combustion by-products, and direct the combustion products safely to the atmosphere. Read More …

Critical Steps You Should Take When Preparing for a Remodeling Demolition

16 September 2016
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A remodeling demolition may be necessary if you intend to change your floor plans or alter a substantial part of a structure. Before commencing the demolition project, there are various things that you need to handle, all of which are crucial to the success of the demolition and remodeling project. Here are some of the key steps and measures that you should take to ensure that you follow the local codes and observe safety measures during the demolition. Read More …