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Construction Trends to Watch in 2023

As 2022 comes to an end, we wanted to highlight some construction trends to watch in 2023. Robotics, virtual reality (VR), artificial intelligence (AI), and more are expanding possibilities for the construction industry. Not all trends are beneficial though, and it’s important to follow trends to stay successful. Keep reading for construction trends to watch…

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The Rise of Sustainability: New Construction Materials

The need for sustainability is becoming increasingly important across the globe, especially in larger industries like construction. The construction output in America is expected to reach 1,650,159.2 million dollars by 2026. New construction materials are becoming more popular to maximize sustainability and increase profits. Keep reading to learn more about new construction materials!    Bendable…

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Scary Roofing Facts

Working on roofs can be a dangerous job, especially if the proper safety protocols are not followed. TSpark Enterprises takes the safety of our employees and customers very seriously because roofing work can be scary sometimes. Roofers have to stay on their toes (not literally, as that would be dangerous) in case of surprise hazards…