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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Which Type Of Foundation Should You Construct For Your Home?

Posted on: 26 February 2018

Homeowners are generally aware of the fact that the foundation is a vital aspect of home construction. Nevertheless, did you know that there are different types of foundations that you could choose? Just as your structure is capable of being constructed in varying designs, there is a selection of foundation options to make sure that your choice befits your individual home. Knowing what types of foundation are available to you can considerably help in making a sound decision on what would be best suited to provide your property with the necessary support.
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Which shed is right for you

Posted on: 8 January 2018

Sheds are a vital feature of your property. Everyone needs somewhere to store gardening tools, children's bikes and all of those odd items that you need but don't have space to keep in your house. Whatever you plan to store in your shed you will need to find a structure that will look good in your garden or yard, yet will be easy to maintain. You could choose to buy a shed in either wood, plastic, or metal.
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Hardwood Flooring Maintenance: How to Prevent Humidity Problems with Your Flooring

Posted on: 6 December 2017

Hardwood is one of the best materials that you can use for your home's flooring needs. It gives your home a rustic yet classy feel and can last for decades without showing signs of wear. However, since it is a natural material, wood responds to humidity changes in the atmosphere. High humidity causes the wood to expand while low humidity leads to contraction. The constant expansion and contraction of the wood can cause premature wear and tear on your flooring.
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