Tips for Tradies
Demolishing a bathroom requires some skills beside demolishing the walls and floors. It requires careful removal of electric wiring and plumbing supplies before the gutting process is started. Large fixtures such as bathtubs, and sink vanities must be detached with care. You must be really careful removing a glued-on mirror to avoid breaking the glass. Always contact your council for any rules and regulations before starting any demolition work. If you think the following task would be challenging, just call Perfect Contracting and we will supply you the right person with the right tools...
A great tradesperson is one who will get your work done to a professional standard, within a reasonable timeframe, and for a fair price. A poor tradesperson will fail on any or all of these accounts and cause just as many headaches if you’d ignored the problem at hand completely. So how can you tell the difference between one who will fix more than he or she breaks, and one who will break more than he or she fixes?
Tradies work on a different wavelength to the usual office job in more ways than one. One of them is that an office worker will generally know what they will be doing in a year’s time – a tradie will often still be booking in projects months and weeks ahead, so can’t always say where they will be working or what they will be working on.
It’s a fantastic time to be in construction in Australia. According to the latest figures from Master Builders Australia (MBA), residential building is now at an all-time high, which means there is a real demand for quality builders and other tradespeople. So how can you get into this demanding yet rewarding industry?
Sparkies, chippies, brickies – being a tradie can mean any number of roles, but they do have plenty in common as well. Naturally, these jobs are all tough. They are physically demanding and a long way off your typical office job. So what is it that makes being a tradie so popular? Here are just 7 reasons why you should consider becoming a tradie.