Free Building Skills Information Available For Building Projects

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For the first time, information is now being published for free at offering advice, guidance and tips on how to complete all those pesky building projects. Whether your interest is as the amateur DIYer or jobbing trade professional, you'll gain valuable hints and tips to make your projects go smoothly first time round.

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At last a one-stop-resource web site for the home, DIY and trade building-skills markets has been launched specifically aimed at people working on small scale building projects. Aptly titled 'Building Skills for Building Projects' this site acts as an information hub for just about any skill requirement the budding builder will need.

Publishing company Logicworks is providing a free repository of practical tips and advice about plumbing courses, bricklaying, and plastering plus details of UK Building Regulations which must be followed in order to stay within the law. Setup by Logicworks' Director: Simon Coolson, the aim of the site is to provide simple access to connected skills from whichever starting point a person thinks of when planning a small scale building project. So, if bricklaying is the initial area of interest this new site draws the person's attention to other aspects of the task such as plastering or plumbing which they may need to take into account.

Simple techniques for bricklaying, repairing a plaster wall, and which tools to use are complemented by meatier subjects such as how to gain plumbing qualifications, how to build a wall that will stay up and meet building regulations, etc. Visitors to the site will be able to access and download a wealth if information from this one web site without having to conduct individual time-consuming searches across the Internet.

The new site can be found at where home based DIYers or aspiring building professionals will have access to advice and training courses specifically designed for small scale building projects.

Simon Coolson, Director
Logicworks Ltd
+44 (0)1233 663838


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