Types of crane hire services

Posted on: 27 February 2017

If you need crane hire service, whether for a particular construction project or to carry out heavy lifting jobs, you need an understanding of the different types of cranes available and their functions to help you when it comes to choosing the right type of crane. Cranes come with different specifications and unique abilities. That is why you need to ensure the one you pick is well suited to your needs. [Read More]

Residential Demolition: Various Techniques That Can Be Employed

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Although demolition functions to take down a structure, it has to be done in in a regulated manner. Not only is the flyaway debris factored into the equation, but the contractors also need to consider the purpose of demolishing the building, how the waste will be disposed of as well as the area in which the demolition will take place. If you are considering residential demolition, the following are some of the various techniques that can be employed. [Read More]

Buying or Renting Your Construction Cranes - Which Is the Better Option?

Posted on: 1 February 2016

The inevitable question that crops up in your construction business is whether you should purchase or hire your next crane. Naturally, there are many pros and cons for either scenario. This quick guide will help you weigh up the issues and make the best decision for your business. Considerations for Purchasing a New Crane When thinking a buying a new crane, focus on the future forecast for your company rather than the particular project for which the crane will first be used. [Read More]

What Homeownders Can Expect from Virgin Excavated Natural Material

Posted on: 14 October 2015

Australian homeowners will sometimes use clean fill as part of a renovation or construction project. Clean fill is often a quick, effective way to fill a hole or change a building's elevation, but strict rules in Australia govern the sale and use of this material. If you want to buy clean fill material, you may see the term 'virgin excavated natural material'. Find out what this name means, and learn more about what you should expect from this type of clean fill. [Read More]