Most Rented Construction Equipment

 When you’re a contractor, you require different types of heavy construction equipment in your pool to undertake jobs efficiently and within the time frame of the project. If you look at the classification and list of tools you’ll find that all specific actions on the project site require relevant machinery. Some…continue reading →

Concrete forms – Tips for formwork construction

Construction workers use concrete forms to provide support for poured concrete in load-bearing structures. This task requires a good deal of specialized equipment and knowledge. For larger projects, contractors may need to hire specialists, but most smaller jobs can be completed safely in-house.A Stable Concrete Structure: 5 Formwork Construction Tips…continue reading →

The Difference Between Residential and Commercial Roofing: It Boils Down to These 4 Things

 Most property owners don\'t grasp the differences between residential and commercial roofing, which often leads to misunderstandings when roof repairs or replacements are needed. It\'s important to understand there are several things that differentiate the two types of roofs, and there are four basic differences between residential and commercial roofs…continue reading →

Keeping Cash Flow Steady in Construction

By: Dean Kaplan, CEO and President, The Kaplan Group Like many seasonal businesses, construction companies often have trouble keeping their cash flow steady. The highs are great, but the lows have the capacity to ruin your business. Sometimes even the highs can be hard on your business, if you find…continue reading →

How to select the best Concrete Contractor?

So, you’re upfront with your next concrete project and are looking for tips to select the best concrete contractor in your town. No matter if you’re interested in masonry, driveway, patio, walkway, steps, curbing, retaining wall or other type of project, there’re arguably plenty of professionals out there who can…continue reading →