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  • Scaffold Anchor Points: Self-Test and Save

    Scaffold Anchor Points: Self-Test and Save

    When scaffolding is erected, it is essential, before carrying out any work on it, to make sure that ties or any other type of anchoring is safe and secure, when attached to a wall or masonry substrate. You can do these tests yourself.

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  • Polyurethane vs Polymer Sealant

    Polyurethane vs Polymer Sealant

    Polyurethane. Silicone. they are almost the ‘Hoover’s of the sealant world, synonymous with anything that seals or even adheres, no matter what the substrate or conditions are. But there is a stronger, better way.

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  • Take the Guess Work Out of Quoting Your Client

    Take the Guess Work Out of Quoting Your Client

    As an estimator, project manager or foreman, the most time-consuming part of a build can be the run-around caused by getting quotes for materials. Even before the client has agreed to utilise a contractor’s services, there is a lot of unpaid work to be

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  • How Accurate Costing Helps with Tendering Success

    How Accurate Costing Helps with Tendering Success

    Tendering for a construction job can mean a lot of unpaid groundwork. It’s a fact of life. And the thing that can bloat the hours spent on the proposition can be collating materials quotes in order to estimate your own costs.

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  • The Humble Horseshoe Packer Helps More Than You Think

    The Humble Horseshoe Packer Helps More Than You Think

    In construction, particularly in trades such as glazing and carpentry, a tradie has to deal with irregular surfaces and substrates every day. They are, after all, building on what is movable Earth and with often malleable or flexible materials.

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