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  • 01
    Jul

    7 Tips to Keep in Mind Before Remodeling Your Office

    Remodeling your office requires a lot of consideration to ensure that it turns out as amazing as you want it to be. Some of the factors you need to keep in mind when you are trying to remodel your office might seem unnecessary, but you’d be surprised how much...

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  • 01
    Jul

    Leveraging HVAC systems in battling the Coronavirus

    With about half-a-million deaths and over 9 million confirmed cases, the coronavirus is affecting humanity at unimaginable levels. Of course, MEPs have not been spared in this rampage as MEP services and other related services are witnessing severe disruptions. However, these disruptions do not hinder information channels. Thus, it’s...

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  • 30
    Jun

    Why Insulating Your Home is Essential

    Comfort and efficiency have become the two main things every homeowner wants to achieve, and what better way to do that than insulating your home? As the planet is warming, we are spending more and more energy trying to cool down our homes in the summer, and heat them...

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  • 29
    Jun

    Sustaining Your Health Through Green Construction

    When you think of green technology, you probably think of sustaining the planet. But COVID-19 and the subsequent shelter-at-home orders have highlighted the connection between sustaining our own health and how it is impacted by the buildings in which we reside and in those where we work. While the...

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  • 26
    Jun

    4 Remodeling Projects to Undertake Under Lockdown

    4 Remodeling Projects to Undertake Under Lockdown Having to cope with the current changes has not been easy for anybody. However, the lockdown has given everybody a significant amount of time to spend at home. While during the first two weeks, the new routine was exciting, it might not...

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  • 25
    Jun

    Architecting a Living Building

    A world where every building adds environmental equity with a low carbon footprint that far surpasses sustainability is the mission of the Living Building. The concept of the Living Building floated to the surface in the mid-nineties through the EpiCenter project that focused on green building research for the...

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  • 24
    Jun

    Benefits of commercial solar power

    The demand for commercial solar power has seen an upsurge since the turn of the Year. This is because the use of Solar power by small and medium businesses has increased considerably as a result of awareness campaigns raised towards the end of 2019. Businesses of all sizes have...

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  • 23
    Jun

    Nature’s First Green is Gold: Why Smart Builders Go Green

    As concerns over global warming rise, you’ve probably heard discussions about using green construction methods. Such conversations almost inevitably end with someone pointing out the high upfront costs for green technology. But that is quickly becoming a misconception. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) points out that “A landmark...

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  • 22
    Jun

    Four Questions To Help You Decide If It’s Time To Remodel Your Commercial Property

    When a commercial property grows old, running its owners into a problem of major vacancies. And it is now difficult to attract new tenants. Most owners in this situation would try what they feel is the best option to remedy the situation. Choosing the option of lowering rent, which...

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  • 20
    Jun

    Is It Worth It to Remodel Your Mobile Home

    Determining the value of a mobile home depends on a lot of different variables that all play a role in measuring whether or not it’s worth remodeling it. Knowing these variables is essential before you decide to invest money in remodeling as some properties lose more value to depreciation...

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  • 19
    Jun

    Types Of Commercial Roofing Systems

    The roof is, without a doubt, one of the most critical parts of a commercial building. After all, it protects the building against the elements, a capability that structural engineers always ensure during construction. The capability of a roof to shield a building from harsh sunlight, heavy rains and...

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  • 19
    Jun

    Reasons Why You Might Need a Plumber in Your Home

    Plumbing problems are common in residential areas. They can happen at any time, even after observing the right care and maintenance tips. Most of these issues arise as a result of wear and tear, although some may happen abruptly because of unavoidable circumstances. Similarly to the other damages at...

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  • 16
    Jun

    Building The Future: 3 Current Trends Your Construction Projects May Follow

    Construction is an industry that literally changes the world; how, where and what we build can change a city right down to affecting the ambient weather in that city, so a decision taken by a developer over lunch today could literally have ripples that are felt decades, even centuries...

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  • 16
    Jun

    Improvements To Help Make Your Home Greener

    Everyone is always looking into some home improvements that they could make. There’s always something that could be a little different, and if going green is your goal, then this list is certainly going to be helpful for you. Making your home greener is something that a lot of...

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  • 12
    Jun

    Loft Insulation Options

    Keeping heat inside your property is essential, especially for those looking to save money on rising energy bills, and there are many ways to achieve a warmer home, including wall and loft insulation. Insulating your loft is quick and easy with great quality products on the market that help...

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  • 11
    Jun

    Civil Engineer 101

    Civil engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. It deals with the construction of bridges, roads, houses, forts, roads, and many more. It has its presence from ancient times in the form of old forts, temples, churches, and many more historical buildings. The Taj Mahal of India,...

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  • 10
    Jun

    Tips to Build a Conservatory

    A Conservatory is commonly referred to as the greenhouse or sunroom and is often considered the best part of any garden. That’s why your best bet is to use a space where there is a free flow of fresh air and lots of sunlight. Even more, owning a conservatory...

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  • 10
    Jun

    Minimizing The Risk Of Mistakes For A Successful Construction Project

    Construction projects can go wrong. The scale and complexity of plans and the level of precision and cooperation required can make it difficult to achieve perfection. The good news is that there are ways to minimize the risks of mistakes and increase the chances of success. Here are some...

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  • 09
    Jun

    Understanding the Three Types of Energy Models for Buildings

    Simply by looking at the nameplate data and functioning program of a building, we can easily estimate its energy consumption. One important thing to note here is that the link between various building systems and the local climate is not taken into account when doing this estimation. Energy modeling...

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  • 08
    Jun

    Why ADUs are becoming so popular

    The housing crisis is still affecting California, even though job numbers are on the rise, and the economy is on a steady line. This situation is caused by a number of reasons. More and more workers are starting to move to Silicon Valley since California has recently gone through...

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