Fortunately, for many of us in the construction industry, we have been able to work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. But that doesn’t mean a whole host of other things haven’t changed for us. As we all work our way through the next few months of easing restrictions, it’s still important that we check in with our teams to see how they are going. yes, we may still have our jobs, but so much else has changed. It’s time to give your team’s morale a health check and implement a few little tactics to maintain and boost team spirits. Here’s how. Read more
That thrill of starting your first business can be both exhilarating and terrifying at the same time. Those moments of terror in wondering if you’re going to make enough to pay your bills and eat at the same time! Read more
It’s no secret, timber flooring is a popular choice for homeowners. Simply put, they look great and they wear well when you look after them. A timber floor that you lovingly care for will stand the test of time. So you’ve taken the leap and installed your dream floor from our selection of timber flooring, what now? We are here to tell you all the tips and tricks that’ll keep your timber floor in perfect nick for years to come. Read more
Doors, they are easy to overlook when contemplating the style of your home. But a well designed and thoughtfully chosen door can easily add that missing element and really elevate the style of your home or a particular room. Today we’ll walk you through some different styles for both inside and outside the home. After all, first impressions count right?
Choosing a small local builder over larger building companies can come with some great positives that both you (the homeowner) and the house being built will benefit from. Here is a list of reasons to choose a small building business over a large one.
With the days getting shorter and colder as winter approaches, a days work can seem to be a bit of a drag. Before the winter blues hit your team try putting some of these ideas into action to manage worksite morale through the colder months. Read more