Why Brick Recycling Is a Great Move from an Ecological Perspective

One of the oldest and most sustainable construction materials available in the construction industry today is bricks. Bricks are a sustainable choice of construction materials because they are made from clay and other natural materials that are abundant in supply. Building with brick is not only good for the environment because of the material abundance but also due to the fact that brick can be recycled at the end of its service life. [Read More]

Why turnkey project management is the right solution for your project

Effective project management requires a very particular set of skills. You must know how to balance the widely differing needs of each project area and how to keep track of the progress of each section of the project as you move towards final completion. The more complex your project becomes the more challenging it can be to allocate the correct resources so that every part of the project is completed on schedule, and to keep all the stakeholders satisfied when their competing interests come into conflict. [Read More]

Benefits of Laser Cutting for a Tiny Home Project

There are several ways that tiny home projects differ from traditional home renovations, builds, or remodeling. One of the main differences is the small amount of space and how that requires precise cutting and measurements. Keep in mind that many tiny homes use the small space for several different tasks. For example, a table may be kept in a wall pocket and fold down during the day. This is where laser cutting may benefit you. [Read More]

Holiday Decorations to Make From Mailing Tubes

If you've been ordering a lot of maps and posters, you may have a lot of cardboard mailing tubes around. Want to turn them into fun decorations for the holidays? Then, check out these ideas. Even if you don't have old cardboard mailing tubes around, these ideas are so fun that you just may need to order some. Snowy Candle Holders You can turn old mailing tubes into winter themed candy holders. [Read More]