Construction New York
Thanks to the evolution of construction, building homes and offices can now be done more efficiently and effectively. The following articles will provide you with information on the equipment and techniques used in the construction industry today.
The Internet has become a primary resource for consumers considering home improvements in New York. If you don't have a Web site, consumers can't find you. Furthermore, for that Web site to generate leads, it must be visible to search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, etc.
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A line of bathroom furnishings made from sustainably grown bamboo and recycled concrete, the Katharos collection includes a vanity made from wall-suspended cabinetry available in two colors topped by a countertop that comes in three colors, two lengths, and three configurations of cabinet doors and drawers.
Englert LEED-compliant standing seam metal roof with photovoltaic laminates delivers much of the energy needs of the average American home without tapping into local utility resources.
Sustainable building practices are gaining acceptance in the competitive world of concrete construction. The editors of Concrete Construction and The Concrete Producer have created a new award program to recognize the concrete community's innovative contributions to green building in New York.
Motor oil, two-cycle oil, even hydraulic oil are going green in New York. Green Earth Technologies is selling the first products in a line of naturally organic, biodegradable, high-performance motor oils, including environmentally friendly hydraulic oil for heavy equipment.
International builders show eco-friendly products such as echo glass tiles, which are made from post-industrial recycled content that ranges from 10% to 100% depending on color. Ideal for walls, countertops, and floors, the tiles are made from centuries-old techniques where the product is cast from translucent glass that is textured on the front and back.
Aluminum Low-Profile side boxes maximize storage space without compromising rear-window visibility. The low-profile design sits just above the bed rail to keep rear sight lines intact. The reduced height is offset by an increased width to provide a larger storage area.
Don't fall for the most common misconceptions of the FHA design and construction requirements in New York. Follow these 10 tips to ensure you're on the right track. Read on and find more information!
In the never-ending quest for a unique entryway that sets their home apart and adds striking curb appeal, owners of high-end homes are clamoring for doors made out of woods that don't grow in their backyard in New York.