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The Influence of Soil and Space in Construction Soil Compaction Method Selection

Compacting the soil is vital for increasing the load-bearing stability of the ground a building or pavement is placed in. The means of compaction is heavily dependent on the type of soil and construction area. At its core, soil compaction to create a much denser base to provide a solid, stable foundation for structures by …

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Home Design Basics: Planning the Aesthetic of Your House (on a Budget)

Many people aspire to build their dream home. If you have already reached the stage of planning for its design, then kudos to you. You have probably toiled long and hard to figure out all the necessary aspects of the construction process. Now, planning the design is crucial, as it directly affects building costs as …

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Analysing and Addressing the Gravity of Concrete Cracks

Reinforced concrete is remarkably durable if appropriately maintained. However, inappropriate formulation and the weather can cause cracks that, if left unsealed or unaddressed, can cause or accelerate the process of decay. In optimal conditions, concrete can last for millennia, as evidenced by the impressive structures built by the Romans out of their formula for concrete …

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In Progress: 3 D’s That Will Reduce Delays in Your Home Construction

If you’re building a new home, you can expect the project to finish after six to eight months. That’s the typical duration of construction. One other thing you can anticipate, however, is the delays. There will be days when the weather won’t cooperate with you. There’s nothing you can do in the middle of a …

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