All There Is to Know About Asbestos Removal

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Asbestos was once used as a versatile building material due to its ability to withstand heat, decay and erosion. It also has excellent water- and fire-resistant properties. However, asbestos is also associated with health issues. When disturbed through drilling, breaking, cutting, scraping etc., the material releases asbestos fibres that can cause lung diseases when inhaled. It’s for this reason that asbestos was phased out as a building material. However, if your home has been around for decades, chances are some areas contain asbestos, such as the internal wall sheeting, siding materials, attic insulation and window caulking and glazing.…

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Building Inspection Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

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Becoming a home owner for the first time is an incredibly exciting thing, but this big life change can be daunting when it’s your first time at the rodeo. You will want to do everything in your power to ensure that you secure the best property at the right price. A building inspection is a vital part of that, but not all building inspections are equal. Here are the things you need to know to get the most out of your first home inspections.…

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How to Prepare Gardening Tools and Lawn Items for a Move

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When moving house, most people focus on the items inside the home. They spend a lot of time planning how to pack and move the furniture, appliances, kitchenware, clothes and furnishings. Little attention is given to outdoor items, such as the outdoor furniture, farm tools, power equipment and other things that are used in the outdoor area. However, these items are equally as important as other pieces in your home. Unless you don’t plan on working on the landscape in your new home, you will need your lawn mower, garden hose and shears.…

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