Understanding Wastewater Design

Posted on: 25 March 2020

There are two types of properties when it comes to wastewater treatment and disposal: properties that are provided with water authority services and those that are not. •    Properties That Are Provided with Council or Water Authority Services (these are mostly urban areas): These properties are supplied with a sewer system that directs all wastewater from different households to a central location owned, controlled and maintained by the council or water authority organisation for treatment and disposal purposes.
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The Don'ts of Timber Roof Trusses

Posted on: 30 January 2020

When you ask most people what the most important part of a building is, the most common answer you will get is 'the foundation.' While it is true that the foundation guarantees the stability of a home, there is no denying that the roof is also an important part. This is because the roof protects the occupants from external elements. Over the years, roof designs have changed considerably with timber roof trusses becoming the most popular among homeowners.
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How to Identify Problems in Your Water Pump

Posted on: 17 December 2019

Well-functioning water pumps should transmit water from one point to the other smoothly, within a few minutes. The pumps, however, experience damages and other problems that reduce their transmission efficiency. So, whether you use your water pump for residential or commercial functions, it is essential to familiarise yourself with the common problems that may arise when using it. Early diagnosis of the problem provides a quick solution, thus preventing costly damages.
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Top Low Maintenance Materials to Consider for Your Deck

Posted on: 29 November 2019

The thought of having a deck where you can host parties, have barbie and spend time with family is exciting. However, traditional wooden decks are high-maintenance. If not taken proper care of, wood decks can rot, warp and lose their visual appeal within a few years. The last thing you need is an unsightly space in your backyard. If you're thinking of installing a deck but aren't so excited about having a wooden one, here are a few low-maintenance materials that you can consider.
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