Gerry's General Contractor Blog

Hello, my name is Gerry and this is my general contractor blog. I am not a general contractor but I have spent the last 18 months working with a team of general contractors to replace and repair the roof, plumbing, electrical systems and interior of new commercial premises I plan to open in Sydney, Australia. The shop will sell a range of electronic goods at super discounted prices. As I worked with the contractors, I learnt an awful lot about the way they operate and the skills they use to complete the jobs they work on. I hope this blog is useful.

4 Wildfire Risk Factors That Building Inspectors Scrutinise

18 July 2017
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It may be important for you to know how exposed your prospective new home is to the risk of wildfires before you buy and occupy that home. This article discusses some of the risk factors that a building inspector may examine in order to establish the likelihood that the home will be grossly affected by a wildfire. Vents Vents on the roof, attic or crawlspace should have screens. Vents without screens can easily allow fire embers to drop into the house if there is a wildfire nearby. Read More …

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Gerry's General Contractor Blog

Hello, my name is Gerry and this is my general contractor blog. I am not a general contractor but I have spent the last 18 months working with a team of general contractors to replace and repair the roof, plumbing, electrical systems and interior of new commercial premises I plan to open in Sydney, Australia. The shop will sell a range of electronic goods at super discounted prices. As I worked with the contractors, I learnt an awful lot about the way they operate and the skills they use to complete the jobs they work on. I hope this blog is useful.

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