Hello, my name is Bob and this is my new building blog. I am not a professional builder but I have had a passion for DIY ever since I was a little boy. I can remember going through my father's tool box and playing with all the different things I found. I also like to carry out as many jobs around the home as I can. If I can't complete a job, I call in a professional contractor. But once the contractor has finished their work, I will make them a cup of coffee and ask them how they did it. Over the years, I have learnt an awful lot so I thought it would be a good idea to share it here.
Tiny home villages are becoming increasingly popular in many areas. Some cities are using the tiny home village plan to help combat homelessness in their areas. There are also some areas that are developing tiny home camping sites as well as tiny home–based hotel plans. The key point to keep in mind is that tiny homes require a slightly different wastewater design than traditional homes or buildings. Here are some of the key points to know about this type of design and what services may benefit your plan. [Read More]
If you need to renovate the top of a high-rise building, then you will probably have to use suspended scaffolding (i.e. scaffolding that hangs off the roof of the building) when your construction team need to work on the upper parts of this building. Here are some of the key points that you should try to remember if you're planning to use scaffolding.
Ensure that the people inside the building do not open any windows whilst the scaffolding is being lowered [Read More]