In our last article we discussed how important safety considerations were when doing home renovation and home construction projects. Do not hurt yourself while renovating or building your home. Safety tips.
Accidents happen quickly and far to often, especially for the inexperienced builder, or someone not using the correct equipment, or when a home builder is tired, in a hurry, or trying to save money. No time or cost saving is worth the risk of a serious injury.
In this article we look at more safety tips:
In the final part to this article we discuss some more tips on how you can avoid injuring yourself and others while renovating or building houses. Building and renovating your home safely - part 3
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I’m a construction professional, author of several successful construction management books, and a home owner. I’ve made mistakes in construction management, I’ve seen others make mistakes, but importantly I’ve had multiple successful construction projects and I’ve learned from the mistakes. I want to share these lessons and my knowledge with you.
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