• 3 Tips To Get Your Dirty Shower Screen Clean For A Rental House Inspection

    9 September 2018

    One nuisance point of renting a home is having to put up with the quarterly house inspection by your rental agent. Many people find this experience stressful as they rush around trying to get the house tidy enough to divert negative comments during the inspection process. As someone who has an inspection scheduled in a couple of weeks, you know your shower screen really needs a strong clean, but removing the water splatters is causing you frustration.

  • Troubleshooting Your Split System Air Conditioning Unit

    12 January 2017

    There are many reasons you may want to invest in a split system air conditioning unit. Compared to regular air conditioning units, split air conditioning systems are more economical, energy efficient, versatile, and they offer independence in terms of control of your indoor temperatures. However, these systems may develop some problems and knowing what to do when they happen can help you find solutions early enough. For this reason, here are a few troubleshooting tips for your split system air conditioning unit.

  • Why It's So Important That Your Removalist Is Trade Registered

    6 January 2017

    When you move house, you will need to be sure that the removalists you've organised are a reputable firm. But how can you be sure that your removals firm is a good one and not a scam artist? Here is some helpful advice on how to sort the wheat from the chaff. Ask For Proof That the Removalist Is Insured You should always ask about your removalists' insurance arrangements. A genuine firm should be happy to show you proof that they are fully covered to transport your goods.

  • How to Mow Your Lawn When the Weather Is So Darn Dry

    25 October 2016

    It could be suggested that Australian mowers have to deal with more extreme weather conditions than mowers in other countries. This is particularly true in times of drought. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology officially classifies drought as being when rainfall within a three-month timeframe is in the lowest recorded decile for the region. Drought does not have to be officially declared for your lawn to be affected. Keeping a dry lawn neat and tidy requires a little more effort than when mowing your lawn in more regular weather conditions.

  • Five Tips for Reviving an Old Awning

    9 September 2016

    If you have an old awning that you want to revive, there are numerous things you can do to it. Depending on the condition of your awning, any of these tips may help. Take a look: 1. Clean the awning. If the awning has dirt or grease built up on it, a simple cleaning can work wonders. Detach the awning from its frame, and spread it out on a clean surface like a picnic table or a swept driveway.

  • Home Constructions | 4 Ground Rules To Cement Rock Solid Foundations With Home Builders

    2 October 2014

    There is nothing more rewarding and thrilling than building your first home, but it can also be nerve wrecking. You've got to worry about materials, layout plans, building permits and local council regulations. Home builders are already equipped to handle these processes to build your home as competently as possible. This is a home builder's job, so it's not his first time-–but it's probably yours. Here are a few ground rules to help you cement a rock solid foundation with your home builder.

  • 6 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Patio Area

    2 October 2014

    Whether your patio or verandah is used for relaxing afternoon tea, classic alfresco dining or as a sunny breakfast nook, a little creative and inexpensive decorating will help make the area feel like an inviting space to escape the demands of modern life. Here are six creative ways to decorate your patio area in preparation for outdoor dining and relaxation this summer. 1. Lighting An appropriately lit outdoor dining area of an evening can create a wonderful, romantic mood.