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The construction industry has struggled a bit in recent years. This is not because there's not amazing technology out there to make construction easier. There's tons of technology, and it's amazing! Rather, the struggle seems to be that there is a shortage of labor. Many young people are not as interested in working in construction anymore. We hope that we can do our part to change that. In posting on this blog, we hope to reach a wide audience, including young people who may want to work as contractors. There are excellent jobs in the industry, and learning the basics on this blog can set you up for success.

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Site Preparations For Commercial Development With New Buildings

If you are planning a new commercial development project, there are many issues that need to be addressed before breaking ground. The site preparations have to be done to ensure the property is ready for new buildings. Issues that need to be addressed include drainage, soil stabilization, and the elevations of the terrain. The following construction site development guide will help you get your project ready: Clearing the Land to Prepare for Development Read More 

Crash Truck Rental to Make Your Roadwork Projects Safer and Accident-Free

If you are doing a roadwork construction project, you want to do your best to make sure it is safe. Therefore, there may be some equipment that you are going to need for your project. Some of this equipment can include things like crash truck rentals. The following crash truck rental information will help you keep your projects safe: Choosing the Type of Crash Truck There are many different types of crash trucks that you can choose from for your project. Read More 

Don’t Miss Your Opportunity: Why You Should Buy Your New Home at the End of the Year

If you're finally ready to buy your first home, you may think that you should wait until the new year to start the process. But, that's not necessarily the case. In fact, there are actually numerous benefits to be had by purchasing your new home at the end of the year instead. Before you decide to wait until the new year to enter the real estate market, read the information provided below. Read More 

Insight For Keeping Your Foundation And Basement Free Of Moisture Problems

A wet basement is never a good situation. You will need to determine the cause of the problem and repair it so your home can remain dry and protected. Because a wet basement promotes mold, mildew growth, and damage to your home's structural integrity, it is an issue that is as important to repair as your indoor plumbing and electrical systems. Here are some recommendations to help you waterproof your basement foundation walls to protect your home interior from problems relating to dampness. Read More 

Six Bad Habits That Compromise Fire Pit Safety

An outdoor fire pit is a great home feature that makes entertaining outdoors easier and more enjoyable. However, it's important to avoid bad fire pit use habits that can cause safety hazards. The following are six bad habits you should avoid that compromise fire pit safety.  Using highly flammable liquids to start a fire When you're struggling to get your fire started, you might be tempted to pour flammable liquids like lighter fluid onto your wood. Read More