Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs
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Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs

Hello! My name is C.J., and as you may have guessed from the title of my blog, I am a huge dog lover. My dog has specialised things in my home like a built-in shelf for his food and water bowls and a dedicated grooming area with a bath. Outside, he has his own shady area, a dog house with a heated floor and a sturdy fence. I worked with contractors through all of those projects, and I hope to do even more. This blog is going to talk about contracting... I hope to start with some posts about the process involved in some of the things the contractor made for my pup but I also plan to include some posts with a more general contracting focus. Take a look and enjoy!

Fences, Dog Kennels, Puppy Houses and Other Projects: Contracting Blogs

  • Building Supplies You Could Consider When Looking For Sustainable Options

    17 May 2017

    With resources on the decline globally, more and more people are looking for sustainable options that would make their structures ecofriendly. Moreover, the process of building construction creates a significant carbon footprint, and this is not sustainable for the planet. If you are looking for green solutions that would meet your building needs without hurting the environment, you should consider the following building supplies. Solar tiles One sustainable building material that you could consider for your structure is solar tiles.

  • Keep These Tips in Mind When Line Marking Your Parking Lot

    28 September 2016

    Line marking helps to make a parking lot more user-friendly because visitors will know how to navigate their vehicles around the parking facility. However, frequent use and weather conditions can cause line markings to degrade. This article discusses some useful tips that you should implement as you renew the line markings in the parking lot of your commercial building. Surface Preparation is Key You should never use oil-based line marking paint on water-based paint.

  • Ensuring Your Air Conditioning System Is Not Exacerbating Allergies

    19 September 2016

    Other than having an air conditioning system to ensure comfortable temperature levels indoors, this system also works toward filtering out contaminants from your air. But what if your air conditioning system is actually contributing to the agitation of your allergies? Some homeowners do not realise this and simply live in their residences assuming they are destined to perpetually contend with sinuses and other allergens. The truth is your air conditioning system should also be allergy friendly, especially for homeowners who suffer from different respiratory allergies.

  • Tips for Keeping Your Timber Windows Looking Their Best

    16 September 2016

    Timber windows can add a certain warmth and charm to your home's interior and exterior, and they work well with virtually any home style. However, they do need more maintenance than most other window materials, as wood will absorb moisture and then expand and contract, and wood is a good host to pests as well as to mold and mildew. To keep your timber windows in good repair and looking their best, note a few tips that probably any homeowner can manage.

  • Commercial Fire Sprinkler System: A Guide

    14 September 2016

    How much do you know about the fire suppression sprinkler system which is installed on your commercial premises? Having a little knowledge about your sprinkler system can be very helpful when dealing with a fire safety contractor who has come to perform an inspection of the system. Below is a guide to the different components that make up a sprinkler system. Stop valve This valve controls the flow of water from the mains water supply into the sprinkler system.