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Feb 24, 2016
DIY Home Renovations: Knowing Your Limits

You can’t turn on the TV nowadays and not see an ad or a show about DIY home improvements. The commercials make it look so easy—if you don’t like a feature or room in your house, a trip to the local home improvement centre and an afternoon in your overalls should do the trick.



Feb 24, 2016
Storey Additions: What You Need to Remember When Adding a Second Floor

Additions and renovations come naturally to homeowners. Whether it is because of a growing family or simply because you want an upgrade, every homeowner considers it at one point or another.



Feb 24, 2016
The Hot Glue Gun: What You Need To Know About MIG Welders

Metal is emerging as one of the most common principal material for many objects. More than its innate durability, this element is highly versatile and can take several shapes and sizes. Many manufacturers now produce fabricated metal, but in the construction industry, workers prefer using welding machines.



Feb 24, 2016
5 Essential Chainsaw Safety Tips

The chainsaw is a very useful tool, and it is an essential part of the modern lumberjack and trademan’s arsenal. Despite this, it can also be extremely dangerous; thousands of people get injured by chainsaws every year, and not all of them live to tell the tale.



Feb 24, 2016
Knowing the Kinds of Jackhammers Before Buying One

To break ground, literally, you’re going to need a jackhammer. This tool is used by contractors to destroy old asphalt, reshape concrete and other jobs involving hardened materials. Choosing the right one, however, needs proper consideration. Any old ‘hammer will do the job as long as it’s purposely built for that situation.



Feb 24, 2016
The Essential Rules of Handling Power Tools Safely

Different tools have different jobs; some maximise blunt force, while others cut or penetrate heavy materials. The one thing all these instruments have in common is the fact that workers need to treat them with respect, or risk getting injured or even worse.



Feb 24, 2016
The Safe Use of a Jack

There are many scenarios wherein mechanics or even ordinary people will need to roll under their vehicles to check for something wrong. Jacks have been raising cars over people for years, but even with years of collective experience in using the tool there are still people who don’t know how to use them properly. People get hurt by not using a jack right, or worse.



Feb 24, 2016
The Must-Have Equipment to Rent for DIY Home Repairs

Owning a strikingly modern and functional house can be a dream come true, but taking care of it will never be easy. When it comes to home ownership, know that it’s more than just hosting the ultimate outdoor party or relaxing weekend on the patio. It requires commitment to maintaining your property clean, comfortable and safe.



Feb 24, 2016
Hiring Construction Equipment: A Sensible Choice for DIY Renovations

Australia is a renovation nation. With more home improvement reality shows on television, more Aussies are getting into the renovation craze. Although it may seem easy, DIY renovations involve a lot of planning. A crucial part of preparation is finding the right equipment. An aspect of the process that usually depends on two things: quality and finances. You want top-quality machines you can get for cheap prices to make sure renovation success.



Feb 24, 2016
Shooting Straight with Laser Levellers

Every project comes with its own set of challenges and difficulties, and sometimes such obstacles can be the simplest things people can imagine. One of the best examples is keeping everything set in a straight line. This process is known as levelling, and without it, entire projects would fall apart, take ten times longer, or cost thousands more.