Blogs

  • 22
    Oct

    Frequently Overlooked Factors When Renovating Your Home

    Renovating your house can create a beautiful and functional space. However, it does take time and money. Here are some of the important factors to consider before renovating your home. 1. Go With The Original Architectural Style  Before you start your project, ensure the additions match your house’s current...

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  • 21
    Oct

    Renovating The Home To Incorporate A Home Office

      Whether you are one of the many workers who will now be working from home or you’ve decided to start a home-based business doesn’t matter. You will need a suitable working environment within the home, like a home office. As such, this must be the only home renovation...

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  • 20
    Oct

    Make Your House Fire-Resistant – Steps You Should Take

      The threat of wildfires is a growing phenomenon that requires strategic planning, resources, and intentional mobilization. However, when it comes to protecting your home from being destroyed by wildfires, knowledge is power. The good news is that there are multiple ways to add resiliency to your home and...

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  • 19
    Oct

    Fire-Resistant Buildings: How Are They Classified?

      You might think that contractors constructed most commercial buildings using the same methods and materials. However, they made each one by utilizing different construction processes. The client might have a different building design in mind, so the contractor needs to adapt and alter their style. One part of...

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  • 19
    Oct

    Need A New Roof? These 4 Factors Will Influence Your Decision

    The roof of your home is as vital as the foundations. Your roof protects your home from the elements constantly, and any damage sustained to the roof can mean you risk putting the structure and interior of your home at risk. Often, your roof will need repairs to maintain...

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  • 19
    Oct

    Pros & Cons of the Most Widely Used Fire-Resistant Materials

      Due to the recent climate, areas are more prone to spread wildfires. In addition, some homeowners have seen their properties suffer irreparable damage. Architects and engineers also anticipate these problems when designing new homes. Selecting materials that can resist fires for their construction projects is now standard practice...

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  • 18
    Oct

    Main Steps For The Structural Design Of Restaurants In CA

      Building perfect restaurants requires you to follow specific steps. As a result, this explains why restaurant design and architecture companies follow an in-depth, step-by-step process whenever building restaurants that deliver on consumer and franchise’s expectations. In this revealing piece, you’ll find the primary steps you need to follow...

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  • 18
    Oct

    What Are Bushfire-Proof Houses?

      Bushfires are fires that burn around a wild area of land, and therefore, are difficult to control. They tend to spread quickly, so houses that are close to vulnerable areas can suffer extreme damages. They can burn down entirely if they were built with the wrong materials, and...

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  • 15
    Oct

    High-Performance Fa├žades design – 5 Things to Consider

      The exterior façades of buildings have always been perceived as an autonomous component itself. They are an integral part of the building design and more recently have been created to be used as a ventilation system, dynamic system, and even sun control. There are plenty of benefits from...

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  • 15
    Oct

    7 Ways to Ensure a Home Addition Stands the Test of Time

      A home addition is exciting, and individuals expect the alterations to last throughout the years. When professionals conduct projects efficiently, they can save homeowners money and time. Additionally, they can meet the original expectations, enhancing consumer satisfaction. There are seven specific ways construction workers can ensure the longevity...

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  • 14
    Oct

    7 Secrets to Bring Life to Your Outdated Home

      Bringing your outdated home back to life can be difficult and daunting. This is the case especially if you are working on a budget. However, it needn’t be that way anymore! In this article, there will be seven different ways that this is achievable for people with varying...

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  • 14
    Oct

    The Role of Structural Engineers in Single Family Home Renovation in California

    Most of the time, when single families grow tired of their home outlook or wish to modify their homes to meet new requirements, they opt for a single-family home renovation. California is well known for keeping up with the latest trends when it comes to home renovation. Due to...

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  • 13
    Oct

    Types of Ventilation in Commercial Buildings – Their Pros and Cons

      Commercial ventilation systems play a pivotal role in controlling the indoor environment by using air exchange. All air conditioning, ventilation, and heating systems used in non-residential settings appear under this category. The primary types of ventilation include mixed-mode ventilation, natural ventilation, and mechanical ventilation. These types of ventilation...

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  • 13
    Oct

    Requirements of a Fire Resistant Building

      Fire is a force that can get out of hand rather quickly if not contained. Many structures take precautionary measures to resist this force because the possibility of it happening is something genuinely of significant concern. The losses one can suffer might be too costly, so standards and...

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  • 12
    Oct

    Guide to Historic Home Renovation

      Renovations can increase a home’s value, but upgrading a historic home has its own set of challenges. It can be tough to balance modern and traditional elements, which makes the process of historic home renovation confusing for many homeowners. Here are a few tips for preserving a house’s...

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  • 12
    Oct

    Fire-Resistant Walls – Principles of Their Design

      Each building has different construction materials used by the construction team. The materials can determine the durability and reliability of the building, especially during fires. It’s crucial that the building must have ways to prevent the spread of fire to ensure that firefighters can extinguish it right away...

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  • 11
    Oct

    Can a House Be 100% Fire Resistant?

    In the wake of another devastating fire season, homeowners and officials are asking how to prevent property losses, environmental damages, and loss of lives as a result of what appears to be a rising risk of wildfires. In 2017 the Northern California Firestorm faced the worst disaster in the...

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  • 11
    Oct

    Most Common Safety Hazards in Construction and How to Avoid Them

      The construction industry has changed dramatically in the last century. We’ve come a long way from the days of riveters hanging precariously hundreds of feet above the ground assembling the Empire State Building. Though that iconic photo was later revealed as staged, it still showcased just how high...

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  • 08
    Oct

    Some Of The Fire-Resistant Construction Techniques

    As per the National Fire Protection Association report, wildfires damage thousands of houses every year. Also, other estimates show the last ten years to be the ones with high cases of houses destroyed by wildfires. So, what are some of the fire-resistant construction techniques to put into practice and...

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  • 08
    Oct

    Difference Between Building Inspectors and Home Inspectors In CA

    When selling/buying a house, there are several regulations you have to meet to complete the transaction. Also, expect to get confused, stressed, and overwhelmed when working towards the closing date. One common misconception or confusing aspect you’ll encounter is that home inspectors offer the same services as building inspectors....

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