Jobsite Safety and Maintenance

Keeping your jobsite organized and clean plays a huge role in jobsite safety. Your Builder should make a point to oversee that the following tasks are being completed, which are not only issues of tidiness but issues of safety as well;

  • Tools and equipment should be organized and stored out of the way at the end of each day.
  • Garbage, scrap materials and debris should be thrown into the onsite dumpster or designated area until it can be properly disposed of.
  • Lumber and supplies should be stacked neatly and secured to protect them from blowing around if a storm occurs overnight or during the weekend.

Ask potential builders how they handle site maintenance—do they have a clear answer for you? A builder that cares will keep a clean and organized work site. An organized jobsite is a sign that your Builder is a respectful professional who cares about the safety of their team, trades and as well as the impression they leave with you.

Kaila Sawlor Sawlor Built Homes Custom Home Builder in Nova Scotia

Kaila Sawlor

Kaila is the Marketing Manager of Sawlor Built Homes. She continuously updates our profile on Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest, and is focused on all marketing initiatives.

A third generation family member of Sawlor Built Homes, Kaila joined the company in 2011. She is an active member of the Canadian Home Builder's Association - Nova Scotia Marketing Committee and she continues to update her education and training, intent on becoming an industry leader in new home marketing.


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