Blogs

  • 15
    Jun

    Modular Construction vs Traditional Construction

      Modular construction has seen a recent resurgence that doesn’t seem like it will go away anytime soon, especially for family housing. In fact, many large property developers are creating separate manufacturing arms to facilitate modular construction. Real estate companies are looking to produce more of their homes using...

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  • 14
    Jun

    Proper Ventilation and Its Importance in Buildings Post-COVID-19

      Indoor air quality is one of the most critical considerations in buildings. Without proper ventilation, people who enter the building are at a higher risk of health problems. Poor ventilation reduces productivity, too. As more businesses and states open back up for in-person work, dining, shopping, or any...

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  • 14
    Jun

    Home Construction – 5 Essential Parts You Shouldn’t Skimp On

    Home construction can feel very overwhelming. This is especially true if you aren’t an expert on home construction and don’t understand everything it takes for home construction. From building materials, internal components, pipes to more mundane things like home design, there are several aspects of home construction. Unless you...

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  • 11
    Jun

    How Retrofitting Old Buildings Can Make Them More Energy-Efficient

    With buildings contributing to almost 40% of the United State’s energy consumption, you would agree that it takes a large part of the world’s energy demand. And contrary to popular beliefs, old buildings actually consume more energy than modern or recent buildings. With the continuous increase in energy demand,...

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  • 10
    Jun

    Home Construction – 5 common construction methods

    The latest materials for use in building any home require important coordination with builders and architects. Once you have a custom plan for your home construction, a number of items can be easily framed on-site and completed alongside the best standards in the industry. There are a number of...

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  • 09
    Jun

    Top Technologies That Make Construction Sites Safer

      We’ve seen a lot of advances in construction safety, especially since the federal government established the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 1971. Despite these advances, the construction industry is still one of the most dangerous places to build a career. According to the U.S. Bureau of...

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  • 08
    Jun

    Emergency Electricians – Skills And Qualities They Should Possess

      We can all agree that most (if not all) industries can’t function very well without electricians – or electricity in general. They serve a great purpose especially in infrastructures, may it be commercial or residential. All the businesses in the economy can function productively because of the power...

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  • 07
    Jun

    Should You Stay Or Leave During Your Home Renovation?

    Upgrading parts of your house during your home renovation could be both a dream and a nightmare. But it’s worth the dirty work, especially if the results would help you improve your daily life inside your home. However, going through the tedious process of deconstructing and remodeling areas in...

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  • 04
    Jun

    Home Renovation Ideas -5 Best Ideas for 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our day-to-day operations. There are no daily commutes anymore and companies have temporarily closed their offices. Schools are also encouraging students to take online classes and learn from home. A research study conducted by Upwork found out that 22 percent of the workforce in...

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  • 03
    Jun

    Commercial Build and Design Trends in 2021

      In 2020, individuals and businesses had to make adjustments, most of which will continue in place in 2021. There are now new ways of dining out, shopping, living, and working have been put in place to cope with the changing situations resulting from the current pandemic. Various companies...

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  • 02
    Jun

    High-Rise Buildings: Getting Building Height Right For the Climate

      We all know that cities filled with high-rise buildings are more efficient in energy consumption than scattered residential landscapes. New, taller design buildings are more energy-efficient than older structure designs. Most of us widely understand that cities filled with high-rise buildings rank well on energy consumption per person...

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  • 01
    Jun

    Climate Change Impact on Buildings and Constructions

      Progress demands sacrifice. Unfortunately for all of us, the offering is just too great. The ever-increasing demand for consumerism transformed our way of living, leading to many challenges that we are now facing. It is the reason why the construction industry is now redirecting its efforts to sustainable...

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  • 31
    May

    Equipment Maintenance Checks and their Importance

      It’s no secret that the construction industry can be a dangerous one. Many employees risk their physical health day in and day out to complete projects on time. Using heavy equipment to complete these projects without adequate equipment maintenance requires risk management. Limiting both minor and fatal injuries...

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  • 28
    May

    Post-Corona Emerging Technologies in Multifamily Buildings/HMO Buildings

      The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in many ways. For instance, these changes have extended into the rental industry as well. How commercial landlords organize, build, and manage multifamily buildings shifted drastically during the pandemic and post-corona era. Many of those alterations are here to stay. What...

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  • 28
    May

    Cool Roof On Commercial Buildings

      One popular roof choice among many roof models that many people can now opt for is cool roofing when it comes to commercial buildings. Because many people often frequent commercial buildings daily, building owners need to pay attention to energy efficiency. One practical solution to mitigate heat-island issues...

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  • 28
    May

    Workplace Safety – 5 Simple Extension Cords Rules To Increase Safety

      Extension cords are one of the most commonly used equipment in the workplace and at your home. Whether you want to hang lights or operate heavy equipment outside, they provide you with power even if there isn’t any plug nearby. Extension cords come in different colors, heights, thicknesses,...

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  • 27
    May

    HVAC Filters – 5 Tips To Get Them Cleaned Or Replaced

      Replacing your HVAC filters is perhaps the best thing you can do to improve your HVAC unit’s design, efficiency, and air quality. The next best thing is cleaning the filters to get rid of the dirt blocking the free and smooth passage of air.   Maintenance of HVAC system...

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  • 27
    May

    Sustainable House: 6 Material Trends in 2021

      As homeowners are becoming savvier about building materials and their impact on the environment, builders are delivering more sustainable house materials. The global green building material market is estimated at $199.9 billion, with a projected growth of 9% by 2026. In the meantime, these sustainable house materials are...

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  • 26
    May

    Sustainable Buildings: 5 Ways of Cooling Without Air Conditioner

      The world is becoming more and more environmentally conscious. Sustainable buildings have the potential to cut energy consumption by fifty percent or more by the end of 2050. But, these eco-friendly buildings are not just great for the environment. They’re great for their tenants too. Estimates suggest that...

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  • 25
    May

    Acoustic Panels – New Innovations

      Our home is our fortress. In it, we feel protected and free in our actions. However, even the best houses, built according to modern standards, cannot always provide the owner of the apartment with the necessary noise insulation. No matter how sad it is, you often have to...

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