Planning to Renovate Your Commercial Property Floor? Here Are 4 Reasons Epoxy Flooring Is a Great Option

Posted on: 16 November 2020

Whether you run a small or big enterprise, the floor plays a significant role in portraying your company's image. If you are looking forward to renovating your business building, the floor is of course, among the first things you would think about. And since you want to install flooring that will help you attract customers to your business, installing commercial epoxy flooring would be a great option. The growing popularity of this type of flooring worldwide means that this is a worthy investment.
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6 Reasons to Choose Natural Stone Tiles for Your Floors

Posted on: 17 July 2020

Typically used in bathrooms, hallways, kitchens, conservatories, living areas as well as exterior paved spaces, natural stone tiles are an increasingly popular flooring solution. They are practical, hardwearing, and hygienic, making them suitable for any modern lifestyle. They offer a wide range of properties. If you're looking for a way to improve your home's aesthetics and make it more valuable for resale, natural tiles are the way to go.  Here are 6 great benefits of using natural tiles for your home or your business.
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Why You May Need to Install Soakwells around Your Home

Posted on: 26 June 2019

If you own a home, then you know that you have certain responsibilities and need to make sure that your property is maintained in accordance with local rules and regulations. You may be able to keep to yourself and act as a good neighbour to others while keeping your house in good condition, but you may have to go even further than that. In other words, you may well be responsible for managing the rain that falls on your home, especially during monsoon season.
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5 Tips for Stabilising a Dirt Road

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Paving the road often doesn't make financial sense in remote areas, but unfortunately, dirt roads can get rutted and eroded relatively quickly, especially after a rainstorm. Then, you have to go out and repair them. To minimise repairs, you may want to take steps to stabilise your dirt road. Consider the following ideas: 1. Remove Vegetation Roots from nearby trees can stretch into the road and disrupt its surface. To prevent this from happening, you may need to remove some of the trees around the road.
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