4 Features You'll Regret Not Including in Your Next Patio Project

Posted on: 6 July 2018

The features of a patio are particularly important, as it's often the only room in a house where family and visitors will go to talk where there is no television, so they can't help but look around during a break in conversation. With so many beautiful patio pictures filling magazines and websites, it can be hard to choose what exactly you want from such a large variety of options. However, there are some things which, if you forget, will leave you kicking yourself.
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Are Plywood Panels the Ideal Alternative to Bathroom Tiles?

Posted on: 30 May 2018

Tiling may be the traditional way to finish off bathroom walls, but this doesn't mean that all bathrooms must have tiles. Some people simply don't like the way tiles look and would prefer a more individual design; others find that looking after tiles and the grout that holds them together is just too much of a hassle. If you're looking for an alternative to bathroom tiles, then how about plywood panels?
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Four Crucial Planning Tips for Home Demolition

Posted on: 3 April 2018

Demolishing a home can be a challenging process. Therefore, you should hire an experienced contractor who provides demolition services to provide guidance and handle the complex tasks. In addition, you should be diligent in planning for the demolition process. If you are not thorough in preparing your property for the work, the project might not proceed as expected. Here are some essential planning tips to help you plan for a successful home demolition and rebuild.
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Let There Be Light! Designing Airy Extensions

Posted on: 24 March 2018

Design and build construction firms are often commissioned by homeowners to handle their extension projects. With so many suburban Australian homes having enough room to expand the property into the rear garden, there can be little wonder why this is such a popular method of upgrading a house. The trouble is that many single-storey extensions in the country are bland in their design without offering many clever design touches. Chief among the problems is the amount of light that is stolen from the current living quarters as the rear windows of a home are moved back further.
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