Do You Need a Features and Levels Survey for Your New Development?

23 June 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you want to develop a plot of land that already contains some structures? In this case, you may be thinking about adding another townhouse to the existing development and will want to know if you can achieve your goals without any compromise. Clearly, you need to work with some experts to define your limits and, principally, will need to work with a land surveyor to conduct what is known as a features and level survey. Read More 

How should you move your goods across the globe?

27 April 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

For manufacturers, retailers and anyone who needs to move goods from one location to another, finding the best way to complete that journey can be a challenge. For a short journey, loading a truck and driving straight to the destination could be a viable option, but if the final destination is overseas, the choices are more limited. Ultimately, you will need to decide between marine transport and air transport. There are advantages to both forms of transport, and your choice will be largely determined by what you need to transport and how fast it must reach the destination. Read More 

3 Common Reasons Why Your Commercial Refrigeration Equipment May Fail

25 February 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

From cold rooms and walk-in freezers to under-counter, reach-in and merchandiser units, different businesses and commercial facilities rely on a variety of commercial refrigeration systems to keep their goods fresh and in sellable condition.  Unfortunately, mishaps leading to refrigeration system failure can occur unexpectedly, putting businesses and commercial facilities at risk of suffering huge financial losses due to spoiled products. The good news is that malfunctioning commercial refrigerators and freezers can be repaired in a timely fashion. Read More 

Why Metal Laser Cutting Is Best When You’re Working With Expensive Metal

3 January 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are working with more expensive metals for your building or manufacturing project, then you should be careful about how you work with these materials. After all, you could stand to lose quite a bit of money if you make mistakes during the fabrication process. If you need to be able to cut this metal, you should definitely be careful about the cutting methods that you use. Instead of breaking out a traditional cutting machine or saw, you should look into metal laser cutting when working with expensive metal. Read More