G.H.M.H Construction & Projects was established in 2010 in Gauteng that specializing’s on Civil Construction, General Building, Commercial and Residential sectors, which have a branch of Garden & Landscaping and furniture removal.
The strong growth of G.H.M.H Construction & Projects has been built on a foundation of consistently delivering construction projects to the highest standards. Since beginning as a small civil construction contractor in 2010, G.H.M.H Construction has demonstrated ...
Self Storage garages In Kempton Park/ Caravan Storage.
Self Storage units in Kempton Park that are safe and secure, and we are very competitive with our prices .
All our storage garages consists of its own alarm system which is activated by your remote which only works on your storage unit. The alarm system is also connected to our Local armed response (CMS). Kempton Park/Benoni.
We have units in Kempton Park that are big enough to store your Caravan or Boat so that it does not ...
We are experts in Road surfacing, specializing in various services such as Tar surfacing, Patching, Tar restoration and Paving. We are client driven and aim to deliver high quality work suiting the needs of our customers. We have attained a huge amount of experience with close to a decade in the industry. This has allowed us to learn and advance in this field whilst continuously improving the quality and standards of our work. We operate throughout the Gauteng region and are growing at a phenomenal ...
Very efficient, very professional.
An affordable and professional job done by One Stone Tar Surfacing. The team is very efficient and I ...
Lovely service from the One Stone tar surfacing team.
Very professional and efficient. I highly recommend them !
Professional People, Professional Results
It's tough to find people in this industry that genuinely care about being professional and timely service delivery.
Kudzi and his team certainly do. I'm well impressed and will be recommending them in the future.
Asbestos Removal: A Home Safety Priority
You’ve heard of the deadly effects of Asbestos and may have heard stories of what happens when a person is exposed to it, but what should you do if this toxic substance is found in your own home?
Asbestos was used on an immense scale before its toxic side effects became known and as a result, many buildings and materials are still infused with it. Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that has heat-resistant qualities and was previously useful as an insulation tool in coatings, floor tiles, asbesto
I have no doubt that most people reading this article will have a basic understanding of the concept of recycling. With our environment being in the crisis that it is, it should almost be considered mandatory to recycle in the home. HomeImprovement4u wants to ensure that doing your part for the environment is easy and enjoyable.
Recycling in the Home:
The easiest way to recycle in the home is just as easy as the habits we have already formed. We are so used to throwing our waste into one big dustbin that gets taken to a dump in our area. However, we don’t often think of the repercussions that this has on our poor earth. Simply throwing away items that could be recycled to dumping grounds means that you are contributing to the never-ending cycle of waste.
Recycling in the home ensures that your waste is taken to places that will reuse your old products in a way that is beneficial and resourceful. Your household waste such as plastic, paper, bottles, cans and jars. All of these items should be sorted through and divided and taken to recycling locations in your area.
Sorting through these items should not be considered a difficult task! Indulge yourself in a DIY project of creating three or more separate bins for each separate item of waste. Create one bin for plastics, one bin for papers and perhaps another bin for glass. Doing this is the easiest way to ensure that you are making a difference to the way communities treat waste and how it impacts our earth.
Recycling made fun:
The amount of creative and innovative things one can do with recycling is endless. One example that is a great one for kids, who have millions of broken and dirty crayons, is to turn them into bright, vibrant coloring tools once again! Crayons contain harmful chemicals and plastics that have a negative impact on the environment if they are not properly disposed of. Here is how to turn these art tools into pieces of art:
Step 1: Make sure that all the old, dirty wrappers are removed.
Step 2: Break each crayon (I’m sure they’re already smashed into pieces by now) into pieces that are approximately 2 cm.
Step 3: For crayons that are a fun cupcake shape like the picture shown, place the crayons in a cupcake tray that is lined with wax paper.
Step 4: Heat the crayons for fifteen minutes at 350 degrees. Watch as the colours mold and melt into one another, creating entirely new crayons!
Recycling projects can be done with almost any object in your home; this is only one example of many! If you are interested in exploring more projects in home improvement, please visit our homepage.