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Phaze Concrete Lists Little-Known Differences in Commercial and Residential Construction Protocols

Phaze Concrete

Phaze Concrete outlines a few essential differences in commercial and residential construction protocols.

CEDAR CITY, UTAH, USA, April 19, 2019 / -- There are many reasons construction can be confusing. After all, each construction project is different. Countless different protocols come into play from residential to business construction and many others. Yet, business and residential construction is one of the main instances of concern.
Phaze Concrete has a lot of experience with both types of construction. Therefore, they understand the most common issues new and even experienced buyers have. That is why the company has decided to discuss the most common differences in commercial and residential construction protocols.


There are many rules that differ between commercial and residential construction. This means that the qualifications for doing the different construction projects differ. Therefore, it is important that the construction companies are qualified for the job. Construction is unique. After all, commercial and residential building serve different purposes on a fundamental level. Businesses are meant for a heavy volume of people while a residential building is meant for families. Generally, a family will be kinder to their home than the general public will be to a building. Therefore, the different buildings must be built accordingly.


Keeping in line with the differences in a residential and a commercial building, the materials are completely different. This makes the protocols for that material different. While a commercial building is made primarily of steel, a residential building is made from a wooden framework (generally). This allows residential buildings to be a little more unique but have a harder time with a large volume of people going in and out every day. Everything from the weight limits to the physical limitations of the building itself are called into question when deciding the material that is best suited for a job. Once that material is decided, it has its own requirements to help keep it safe and secure with every build.


The time frame is also important when it comes to the protocol of a residential and commercial building. Simply, a commercial property is going to be constructed quicker than a residential. The reason is due to the people involved. Business Owners have stakeholders and customers. Plus, a business is good for the entire community. Therefore, it is important that the project is ready to start contributing as quick as possible. The funds and influences within a commercial project are much greater than those in a residential project. However, a residential project is more customizable. A buyer can make a residential area a home, so the specifics of the home might take more specific craftsmanship. Of course, this takes time.

To close, the market for expansion is always growing. There is always a need for more, bigger, and better construction. Even if it is not a whole building, a renovation or addition to your home or business is possible. Therefore, it is important to understand the differences in construction protocols. Phaze Concrete has served their community for many years. During that time, the company has seen many unnecessary issues due to confusion. However, by taking these different protocols into account, it can save both business and residential buyers a big headache.

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