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!
29 August 2016
From the internet to the printer, it is likely that an increasing amount of equipment and appliances in your office are using a wireless system to transmit information and function. As this trend continues, increasing numbers of businesses are installing wireless fire alarm systems to protect their premises, but is a wireless fire alarm right for your office? Below is a guide to the pros and cons of installing a wireless fire alarm system.
29 August 2016
Typically, building inspections are associated with individuals looking to invest in a property. By enlisting building inspection services, the potential buyers get a chance to determine whether the property they are buying is afflicted with structural damages, pest infestations and more. A thorough building inspection will enable a potential buyer to make an informed decision on whether the property they are investing in is worth the money. However, this does not mean that building inspections are only beneficial to potential buyers.
24 August 2016
Natural stone is a good choice for a variety of home projects, including for use as flooring, benchtops, or walkways outside. While natural stone is relatively durable, not every variety will be the right choice for every surface in your home. Note a few differences about a variety of natural stones so you can choose the right one for your home project. Granite and marble Granite may be the most durable of all natural stones, which is why it's often chosen for benchtops in the kitchen and for flooring.