Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs
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Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs

Hello! My name is C.J., and as you may have guessed from the title of my blog, I am a huge dog lover. My dog has specialised things in my home like a built-in shelf for his food and water bowls and a dedicated grooming area with a bath. Outside, he has his own shady area, a dog house with a heated floor and a sturdy fence. I worked with contractors through all of those projects, and I hope to do even more. This blog is going to talk about contracting... I hope to start with some posts about the process involved in some of the things the contractor made for my pup but I also plan to include some posts with a more general contracting focus. Take a look and enjoy!

Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs

  • Commercial Fire Sprinkler System: A Guide

    14 September 2016

    How much do you know about the fire suppression sprinkler system which is installed on your commercial premises? Having a little knowledge about your sprinkler system can be very helpful when dealing with a fire safety contractor who has come to perform an inspection of the system. Below is a guide to the different components that make up a sprinkler system. Stop valve This valve controls the flow of water from the mains water supply into the sprinkler system.

  • What You Ought To Know About Double Clay Brick Construction

    12 September 2016

    If you are embarking on construction on your property, you will find that there is a wide assortment of materials that you can choose to build with. One of the more popular options considered by homeowners looking for a classic appearance is bricks. However, not many homeowners will put thought into the brick laying process. Once they make a choice of their preferred construction material, they leave it up to the bricklayers.

  • Tips for Keeping Your Wood Heater Environmentally Friendly

    6 September 2016

    Everyone loves the sight, sound and smell of a wood heater on a cold winter's night—nothing beats curling up by an open fireplace and warming your toes by the flames! However, wood heaters have been slowly disappearing over the last 30 years due to concerns about their efficiency and effect on the environment. Parts of Australia have been offering subsidies for those considering switching to gas, and the ACT Government has gone one step further by banning their installation outright in certain new developments.

  • Four Benefits of Shading Your Hired Skip

    31 August 2016

    If you are hiring a skip for a special project, you should try to keep the skip in the shade. Having a shady area to place your skip benefits you in a number of ways. Here's a look at just some of the benefits: 1. Shade slows down the rotting of food, reducing odours. When rubbish smells, it's typically because it's full of food that is rotting. As you know, heat increases the speed of rotting, which is why people keep perishable items in their refrigerators.

  • Cooling Tower Safety: Monitoring and Treating Water

    31 August 2016

    Water plays a vital part in keeping your cooling tower functioning optimally. However, the quality of that water is key to the safe operation of your cooling tower. Carrying out regular monitoring and maintenance of the water supply can help to keep you safe and can also help to reduce the amount of repair work needed to keep your cooling tower operational. Below are two things you should be doing on a regular basis in order to keep your cooling tower in a good condition.