Signage Solutions for Businesses: A Look at Some Common Types of Business Signs

Posted on: 16 October 2019

Whether it is for identification, marketing or providing directions leading to shops, offices, services or other areas, the primary purpose of business signage is to act as a medium to convey certain information to a specific target audience.  As you can imagine, there are different types of business signs out there, depending on the intended use. Read along to acquaint yourself with some common types of signs available for businesses.
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Do You Need a Handover Inspection Report?

Posted on: 25 June 2019

If you want to build your own home but don't have construction experience, then you have to rely on the builder you hire to deliver what you want. When the build is complete, you'll need to check things over before you sign off the project and make any final payments. If you don't have construction experience or have never built your own home before, this can be tricky. Commissioning a handover inspection may help.
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Should Your Building Company Buy a Ute Crane?

Posted on: 29 October 2018

If you run a small building company, then you know that efficiency is key to your success. As a small business, you need to turn a project around quickly and effectively before moving on the next one. A ute crane has some benefits that may help you achieve this. What are they? Easier Loading and Unloading When you work on projects, you regularly load and unload heavy building materials and equipment from your ute.
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3 Key Differences Between Domestic and Construction Wastes

Posted on: 11 July 2018

Using regular waste management services or methods may not be sufficient enough to deal with your construction waste. Although all waste might end up in the same landfill, knowing how to separate construction from domestic waste is important. Below are 3 major differences between construction and domestic wastes. Weight Unless you run a factory in your back yard, domestic waste does not compare, in weight, to construction waste. Domestic waste can weigh anything between a few grams to 100 kilos.
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