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Learning About Construction Practices

Hello, my name is Jennifer Altman. Welcome to my website about construction practices. When I was a young kid, I would go down the block to the nearby construction site and watch the workers perform their jobs. I was fascinated by the equipment and practices used to erect large buildings in such a short time. Since that period in my life, I have continued to learn all I can about the construction field. I created this site to share that knowledge with my readers and help everyone better understand the practices used in the construction field. Thanks for visiting my site. Please come back again soon.

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7 Things To Do While Waiting For An AC Repair
20 November 2017

Once your air conditioning unit has blown up on yo

3 Features To Look For In The Best Concrete Washout Services
17 September 2017

The washout process that goes along with having a

Two Signs That Your Septic Tank Is Filled To Capacity
17 September 2017

When your septic tank is working properly it opera

Learn How To Prepare To Have A Building Renovated When Opening A Brick And Mortar Store For The First Time
25 August 2017

When you start a brick and mortar business, you of

Why A Ductless Heat Pump Is A Good Way To Heat Your Garage
3 February 2017

If you're planning to turn your garage into a hobb

7 Things To Do While Waiting For An AC Repair

Once your air conditioning unit has blown up on you, you are stuck with the task of waiting for your AC repair professional to arrive and fix the issue. This does not always happen at the drop of a hat. You may find yourself waiting days or weeks to find the right contractor, parts, and repair. In the meantime, these are some things you can do to stay cool, calm, and collected. Read More 

3 Features To Look For In The Best Concrete Washout Services

The washout process that goes along with having a concrete business is vital to your operation. Keeping the inside of tanks, transport equipment, and other concrete tools clean after every job is what will keep all of your business equipment functional for the long haul. It is for this reason that most concrete business owners work with a concrete washout service to wash the waste off and out of the equipment pieces. Read More 

Two Signs That Your Septic Tank Is Filled To Capacity

When your septic tank is working properly it operates like a well-oiled machine. The wastewater from your house is piped into it and is filtered relatively quickly so it can be piped to the major water pipeline in your community. However, this entire process goes unseen by the naked eye. You might not realize that there is a problem until a major problem shows up. That's why it's so important for you to pay attention to the subtle signs of a problem. Read More 

Learn How To Prepare To Have A Building Renovated When Opening A Brick And Mortar Store For The First Time

When you start a brick and mortar business, you often need to have the building that you are leasing renovated to suit the needs of your business. Before any construction can begin, you will need to meet with a construction company to discuss the options that are available to you. The following guide walks you through a few things that you and the builder will need to discuss. Determine What Your Business Needs Read More 

Why A Ductless Heat Pump Is A Good Way To Heat Your Garage

If you're planning to turn your garage into a hobby room or place where you can practice playing your guitar, then you'll need to find a way to heat and cool the space so you can use it all year. Adapting your existing HVAC and ducts won't work since the additional square footage will strain your HVAC. The best solution could be to install a heat pump instead. Here's why a heat pump is an ideal way to heat and cool a garage. Read More