Checkpoints when Hiring a Forklift Operator for your Construction Project
28 May 2017
Forklifts are vital pieces of equipment when it comes to moving heavy freight to various distances and heights. However, getting the machine alone is not enough to handle your construction projects. You will need to hire a professional to operate the equipment in order to move the loads where they needed. A forklift operator is not just any quack you can pick on the road. You need someone with specific characteristics and job capabilities in order to perform this activity.
Four Ways to Manage Storm-Water Runoff from Your Home
7 July 2016
Before embarking on a residential construction or large-scale excavation project, a homeowner or builder should consider the impact of storm-water runoff caused by the roof and impermeable surfaces such as driveways and pavements. In some jurisdictions in Australia, the legislation requires that homeowners retain storm-water that lands on their property. The implication of this legislation is that when storm-water originates from your home, it would be illegal to let it flow into neighboring properties or public property.
What to Ask a Potential Demolition Crew Before They Schedule a Home Teardown
29 June 2016
Demolishing your home can mean allowing you to build a new one on a site that you love, or you may find that your current home is in such disrepair that it might be better to start over with a new house versus trying to fix the one you have. Whatever your reasons for thinking about a demolition, ask a few questions of the company you want to hire (such as Roach Demolition & Excavations) beforehand so you know what's involved with the process and are sure to get it done properly.
Longreach Excavators: Understanding the Various Applications You Can Use Them
27 June 2016
A longreach excavator is a kind of excavator with a long arm to facilitate operations in areas that are hard to reach on the site. One of the popular uses of the longreach excavator is digging. This is because the excavators come with a bucket fitted at the end of the long arm (also called boom arm). However, the longreach excavator is a versatile machine usable for a host of many applications on a construction site.