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7 Construction Tips for Building a Dock at Your Cottage

You have just recently bought a cottage by the beach. The view from your window is breathtaking. You want to get more out of your new home. You imagine having breakfast or dinner suspended over the water.

But you need a dock to be able to enjoy this very unique experience. The good news is that you can have a dock built in no time, and the following tips should get you started on the task.

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4 Heat Resistant Materials You Need to Build a Home

There are many cheap materials you can use to build your home, but cheaper isn’t always better. Although fires are rare, it’s important to equip any home you build to survive a fire. Using the right materials in the building process can create a safe environment for your family by accounting for disasters before they happen. Continue Reading

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4 Guidelines When Choosing Corner Guards For Your Buildings

Every building goes through a fair amount of wear and tear every day. While you cannot prevent all damage that occurs to your building, you may be able to take steps to alleviate some of it and the corners are the areas of a building most likely to become damaged and start to look unpleasant. However, installing corner guards is a good way to keep them free of dents and chips.

If you have a new building or a building that is sustaining noticeable damage to its corners, corner guards should definitely be considered. Below are some guidelines to keep in consideration when choosing corner guards for your building.

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5 Benefits of Doing Construction Projects with Steel

Steel buildings are built to last. They make sense for many different uses because when compared to more traditional wooden structures, they are stronger and more versatile. They are also simpler to install and maintain and this is really important: They are absolutely cheaper to build.

Steel buildings are safer and more secure and everyone can learn to install and operate them. Besides, they are guaranteed to last 30 years or more and are perfect choices for our cold and harsh Canadian winter conditions.

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