Four Building Truss Designs You Can Make In A Pinch Yourself

Posted on: 8 July 2019

When you work in construction, you expect that when you order roofing trusses, they will arrive fully built and ready to use. What you do not expect is that you may get some broken trusses, which may delay your project and force you to extend the deadline on your project. However, that almost never happens, and even if it did happen to you, you could easily build a truss to replace any one truss that needed replacing.
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Building A New Home But Want Farmhouse Style And Charm? What To Get Reclaimed, Repurposed And To Reuse

Posted on: 29 May 2019

If you are looking to build a farmhouse-style home and you want to use recycled materials from the planet and previous construction projects, there are a lot of different options to consider. You can help give old building materials new life and new purpose, so they don't end up in a landfill. You can also reduce the consumption of more of the planets' precious resources. Here are some of the items and materials you will want to look into and consider so you can get the farmhouse-style house that you imagine but with great touches of character and charm.
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Building A Home? 3 Things To Consider When Designing Your Custom Fireplace

Posted on: 19 April 2019

If you're going to be installing a custom fireplace in your new home, take the time to choose the right style. There are a lot of details that go into designing the perfect fireplace for your home. The information provided here will help you choose the right features for your new fireplace. 1. Fuel Source  When designing a custom fireplace, the first thing you need to do is determine the type of fuel you intend to use.
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New To The Industry? Everything You Need To Know About The OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course

Posted on: 28 February 2019

If you want to work in the construction industry, then you will need to obtain an OSHA 10 Card. This card serves as proof you have completed the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course and will help you land a job in the industry. If you have never heard of the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course, then listed below is all of the information you need to know. What is OSHA? The acronym OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
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