Why Hire a Civil Engineer When Building Your Home?

The mention of a civil engineer brings up connotations of commercial work environments and nothing much about residential civil works. However, times are changing and homeowners are striving to safe every cent while at the same time doing all they can to enhance the value of their homes. While it is understandable that at times you may decide to undertake some of your home's projects yourself, one thing you ought to realise is that when doing certain home additions and improvement projects, you may need to hire a professional civil engineer. [Read More]

Three ways to reduce the amount of refuse your business contributes to landfills

The rubbish that is left to fester in landfills plays a key role in global warming, as it produces an enormous quantity of greenhouse gases. If you run a business and would like to reduce your enterprises' contributions to landfills, here are three tips which may help. Invest in reusable items for your drinks Many business owners have water stations and automatic coffee machines on their premises. In most cases, these drink sources come with disposable plastic or paper cups to hold the liquids they deliver. [Read More]

Fire Safety Measures When Living with Someone with a Disability

Are your fire safety measures sufficient for everyone who lives in your home, or even for any regular houseguests? If you live with someone who is affected by a disability, you need to ensure that your fire safety measures are enough to keep them safe as well, and some adjustments might be necessary. So what are some of the things you might need to consider? Visual Smoke Alarms Do your smoke alarms have enough of a visible alert? [Read More]