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Cool down with energy tips     by   Anna Hayes

29 October 2019

Keeping a cool home as the weather heats up is all about balance – while your home can be equipped with plenty of devices to keep the temperature down, it often has a sting in the tail that hits you electricity bill!...

Don't be a drip with water usage     by   Anna Hayes

28 October 2019

As the temperatures continue to rise, Australians need to be mindful of water regulations that may affect them over the coming months...

Bring nature home in a greenwall     by   Anna Hayes

28 October 2019

In recent times, there has been a serious push by people to reconnect with nature; whether it’s by getting out of the city more often or by spending some extra time in the garden, we are all thirsty for more greenery in our lives...

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Should you sell your furniture or move it?     by   Craig Lebrau

27 October 2019

When you move to a new home you often have a lot to move with you. You'll have a lot to organise and it can be hard to work out where to start. If you have a lot of furniture to move, now is a good time to figure out what you really need and what you don't...

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5 Steps to Securely Wall-Mount Your TV     by   Ashley Wilson

24 October 2019

In the good old days, there was no need to install or wall-mount TV, as they were comfortably placed on the TV cabinets; thus, a technician was needed just to install the TV antenna and complete setting up the TV, and finally conduct checks and see if all channels for the region is available and vie...

Useful Tips For Selecting The Best Epoxy Flooring Services      by   Mark Simon

23 October 2019

Epoxy is a type of soft resin or thermosetting polymer, which is applied as a coating over concrete floors. It hardens within a very short time, resulting in a hard and durable layer that protects the flooring...

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Why can a blocked drain be a big headache?     by   Melissa Hamler

22 October 2019

We all know that finding the right type of blocked drain solution can be hard. A blocked drain means that there is water clogging. But before your drain gets blocked, there are warning signs. You will notice when is clogging. You may begin to see pooling around your shower for a longer time...

Low Maintenance Landscaped Garden     by   A-line Movers Skip Bins

22 October 2019

Gardens that don't require much care Not all of us have the time to maintain or keep up with our garden. Especially with the recent water restriction applies in NSW, maintaining our garden is harder more than ever...

Top 50 Rooms winners announced     by   Anna Hayes

22 October 2019

The winners of the 2019 Australian House & Garden Top 50 Rooms have been announced with eleven finely crafted entries wowing the judges...

Renovating? Here Are Some Handy Tips     by   SamNorth

21 October 2019

Renovating definitely comes with stresses and time commitments, but it can really add value to your home. Whether you plan to live in your renovated home or sell it, there are major costs that are involved with renovations...

Dirty House? 5 Decluttering Tips To Clean Things Up     by   Paul Fernendes

16 October 2019

Decluttering is something of a fashionable trend right now and for many people, it's a great idea. Decluttering can help improve your state of mind and make your home more manageable! In some cases, such as downsizing your home , it's a necessity. That doesn't always make it easy, however...

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Bring the Hamptons to your home     by   Anna Hayes

16 October 2019

Taking something American and putting an Australian twist on it is the aim of PGH Bricks’ new Coastal Hamptons range...

Style and substance in Stegbar Splashback collection     by   Anna Hayes

14 October 2019

Quality and craftsmanship are two of the most important factors of any family kitchen – while the sole point of the kitchen is functionality, it doesn’t have to be at the expense of style and design...

Porphyry Filetti for Driveways is the Contemporary Architectural Pick     by   Melissa Hamler

12 October 2019

Irrespective of whether your house is old, an artistic and impressive façade inevitably creates an impression and makes a statement. Driveways are one of the first zones of your house which are noticeable to the guests...

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Which Is the Right Choice for Your Home?     by   Paul Fernendes

12 October 2019

A fresh coat of paint, new cabinet handles, adding extra plants to your porch, and more... There are many ways to upgrade your home without breaking the bank. Do you know what else can breathe new life into your home? Choosing the right window treatments. Of course, that's easier said than done...

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What Are The Significant Factors You Should Consider Before Buying PVC Strip Curtains?     by   Lauren Williamson

11 October 2019

PVC strip curtains are one of the best product modern days products which provide a high degree of separation between workspaces. They are economical, allow control of temperatures, protects the area from pests, insects and other pollutants, and do not take too much of space...

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Tips on Installing a 3.5 kW Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner     by   Oliva Wilson

10 October 2019

The core principle of a 3.5 kW reverse cycle air conditioner is basically the cooling and heating of air. Apart from this, it is also meant to clean and control the moisture level inside a room, thus providing ultimate comfort level to the inhabitants...

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It's time to get ready for summer!     by   Anna Hayes

10 October 2019

Spring has truly sprung – daylight savings has kicked in, the AFL Grand Final has been and gone, and the countdown to a long, hot summer is well and truly on...

5 tips to spruce up your yard     by   Anna Hayes

10 October 2019

Brickworks Building Products has outlined some tips for those looking to make the most of their outdoor spaces ahead of the summer months...

Splash out on pool safety     by   Anna Hayes

10 October 2019

Being around water is part of everyday Australian life and, for many, that is based around a swimming pool in their own back yard. In 2018/19, 19 Australian children aged up to four years drowned, the majority of which occurred in swimming pools...

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