When to Get Your Plaster Ceiling Replaced

Posted on: 17 June 2020

While undertaking timely repairs can help prolong the lifespan of your plaster ceiling, it'll need to be replaced eventually. Knowing when to repair or replace the plaster can be a confusing thing if you don't understand the different forms of damage that can occur to your ceiling.  Generally, minor damage to a plaster ceiling can be repaired while major damage to it will require a replacement. Read on to find out when it makes sense to take down your existing plaster ceiling and have it replaced with new plaster. [Read More]

3 Signs Your Shower Tiles Need Regrouting

Posted on: 25 November 2019

The grout that holds and seals your shower tiles has to deal with a lot of water over the years. While grout is able to hold its own for a long while, there will come a time when it starts to fail. When you get to this stage, it makes sense to have your shower re-grouted. How can you tell if the time has come for a re-grout? 1. Your Grout is Damaged [Read More]

4 Tips To Help Get Timber Flooring Sanding Right Every Time

Posted on: 25 November 2019

Sanding helps to smoothen and clean out timber flooring. You can give your floors a mini face-lift if you get this process right. You can choose to do the sanding yourself or, for a cost, bring in a handyman or a company offering timber flooring sanding and refinishing. Whichever way you go on this, here are some crucial things to keep in mind. 1. Choose The Right Sandpaper You need the right tools if you are going to get the job done right. [Read More]

Common Forklift Problems to Watch Out For

Posted on: 21 November 2019

When your forklift is the cornerstone of your daily business operations, you won't want to see it fall apart. One way to prevent a complete breakdown is to look out for common problems and address them early. Here are a few to watch out for. The Mast isn't Lifting As one of the most important components of your forklift, your mast lifts and lowers heavy items. When it stops rising and lowering as it usually does, it may be due to low hydraulic fluid levels. [Read More]