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A142 reinforcing mesh - Hickman & LOve

A393 vs A142 Reinforcing Mesh

27.04.22

Both A393 and A142 steel reinforcement mesh are ideal for concrete construction, but which one best fits your building project? Discover the difference in size, price and project type in this handy guide.  Concrete has enabled mass global construction to dominate our landscapes due to its versatility, efficiency and durability. A staggering 4.4 billion tonnes of concrete are produced annually, making it the most widely used building material in the world.

A393 MESH - Hickman & Love

Is A393 Mesh the Right Reinforcement Mesh for My Project?

22.03.22

A393 mesh is one of the most popular types of reinforcement mesh on the market, but is it the perfect choice for your project? Discover everything you need to know in this blog. Reinforcement mesh is a popular and versatile reinforcement product used widely across the construction industry.

Steel Bar - Hickman & Love

What is the difference between bar and rebar?

24.10.21

Steel reinforcement bars have been a key construction material since the 1880s. But in recent times, they’ve transformed, paving the way for rebar reinforcement. Discover the distinct difference between bar and rebar in this comprehensive guide. In many ways, steel is the ideal building material. Thanks to its unique properties, steel offers incredible tensile strength and enables you to recycle it without compromising its long-lasting toughness.

The Best Construction Tools and equipment for Commercial Projects in 2020 - Hickman & Love

The Best Construction Tools and equipment for Commercial Projects in 2020

27.01.20

Discover the best construction tools and equipment all builders, landscapers and contractors need for any commercial structural and groundwork projects in 2020. When it comes to starting any commercial construction project, it’s imperative that you have the right tools for the job. Failing to stock up now can not only cause delays and a lack of efficiency, but it can also jeopardise the safety of your employees too. Is that something you’re willing to risk?