If you want to save money on your energy bills, properly insulating your home is the way to go. There are minimum standards required for insulation; however, that doesn’t mean you can’t go the extra mile to ensure the heat loss and gains in your h
Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) should be a familiar term for New South Wales homeowners. The BAL rating of your home determines how well protected the property and homeowner is from bushfires. When considering a new build, BAL comes into play when planni
Most people see sky lights as feature pieces or the answer to better lighting in awkwardly designed rooms. However, sky lights provide solutions to two other problems that are common in New South Wales homes. They can significantly improve ventilation
Watering the lawn and garden is one of those tasks that homeowners sometimes think is a no brainer. You put water on the plants, the plants grow. However, when you take the time to learn about nurturing the various plants in your
When building, or renovating a home, there is many options available when it comes to the furnishings of your new home. Whilst timber is a popular choice amongst homeowners, tiles of many kinds are also popular due to their durability and ease of clea
With Summer fast approaching, now is the perfect time to find your inner green thumb and revamp your garden so you can sit back, relax and enjoy Summer.
With housing blocks shrinking in size and more people looking at more affordable housing option
Smart wiring sounds like a great idea in theory, but how cost effective is it in practice? There are a number of factors to consider outside of installing this wiring system in your home. If you have never heard of smart wiring, the term basically des
A lot of potential homeowners avoid building on a sloping block. Doing so is a mistake. A sloping site presents the opportunity to create a beautiful home and landscape. So long as structures are secure and your landscape is properly designed.
Aluminium windows frames can provide a long lasting option for New South Wales homes. There is often a mistaken assumption that aluminium window frames do not require maintenance, however.
Exposure to the elements will reduce the lifespan of alumin