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A crying shame: the vulnerable houses of America     by   Anna Hayes

04 February 2020

Two companies, NetCredit and NeoMam Studios have teamed up to present an illustrated guide to America’s most vulnerable buildings that could disappear forever...

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Finding inspiration for your home projects     by   Anna Hayes

03 February 2020

Check out the many trade shows around Australia. Whether you’re building from scratch or carrying out a renovation, designing a new home or space can be a taxing job...

Transform your outdoor space with inspiration from trade shows     by   Anna Hayes

03 February 2020

Get some inspiration for your back yard projects. There’s a double whammy of trade shows in August when the Backyard and Garden Show, and the SPASA Victoria Spa and Pool Show take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on August 8 and 9...

Designers set to flock to DENFAIR in June     by   Anna Hayes

03 February 2020

Get the insight on interior design at DENFAIR. DENFAIR will once again take place in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from June 18 to 20, with the final day being open to the public...

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Market insights at Property Expo     by   Anna Hayes

03 February 2020

The Australian Property Expo takes place next month. The 24th Australian Property Expo will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on March 28 and 29. Featuring over 100 developers and exhibitors, 1,000 homes, and 30 plus investment seminars, the show is free to attend...

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Check out your local Home Show     by   Anna Hayes

03 February 2020

The Housing Industry Association runs a number of Home Shows during the year. The Housing Industry Association runs a number of home shows throughout the year in both Melbourne and Sydney...

7 situations when only a professional plumber will do     by   Samuel Renotte

03 February 2020

Image source: Canva There are simple plumbing jobs and there are those that are complex. There are also those jobs that sit somewhere in between the two. When your water pressure is low, you can clean the showerhead, check the water metre valve, or do several other easy repairs...

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The Freedom of Building Your Very Own Home     by   Craig Lebrau

01 February 2020

The process of building a home is one that inevitably takes a lot of energy and time to work through from point A to point Z. Around the globe, people have been building their own homes for quite some time and having tremendously inspiring success in doing so...

Efficient Reticulation Pros Provide a Maintenance Checklist for Property Owners     by   Ryan's Reticulation

31 January 2020

Installing a reticulation system eliminates many of the hassles associated with reticulation. Joondalup property owners attest to these benefits, citing efficient water usage, cost savings and the overall improvement of their landscapes...

Discover a more efficient system for watering your lawn     by   Ryan's Reticulation

31 January 2020

In the past, the process of watering your lawn may have initially seemed like a no-brainer...

How to Detect Mold: 5 Tips for Building Owners     by   Paul Fernendes

29 January 2020

Did you know that about four and a half million cases of asthma are suspected to be caused by dampness and mold in people's homes? Mold is unsightly, but it can also seriously affect your quality of life!...

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Home Builders – Partner to Transform the Map of Your House      by   SA Designer Homes

29 January 2020

Is your dream of customizing house not fulfilled yet? Then might you have not visit Custom Home Builders Adelaide because only they can build a luxurious house...

Tiles to go the extra mile in 2020     by   Anna Hayes

28 January 2020

Australian tile and bathroom-ware company Beaumont Tiles has outlined three key tiling trends that they expect to lead the way in tiling in 2020...

How a residential electrician can help you at your home     by   Tarkine Creative

20 January 2020

Electrician in Launceston Tasmania working on a house Obtaining an excellent residential electrician can seem difficult at times, but it could possibly avoid you a whole heap of trouble in the end. Do you really require a residential electrician?...

Waterproofing Failures - Architects, Engineers or Contractors, who is responsible?     by   Hitech CADD Services

17 January 2020

UAE witnessed significant infrastructural damages after a storm ripped through the country in early March. The GEMS American Academy School in Abu Dhabi lost its facades, while Danube metro station was flooded due to this storm...

Kohler's taking toilets to the next level of hygiene     by   Anna Hayes

17 January 2020

Kohler's ModernLife back to wall Touchless Toilet. Personal hygiene is a forever growing industry with a many weird and wonderful products out there for the curiously minded...

The Benefits of Installing Double Glazed Doors and Windows     by   Melissa Hamler

16 January 2020

Doors and Windows are essential components of a premises. Without these elements home owners do not get the desirable level of comfort. Well-lit rooms generate a feeling of assurance among homeowners. They feel cozy when the room is bright with incoming light and is accompanied by fresh air...

Building New Or Renovating Old: Which is Best?     by   Jennifer Albert

15 January 2020

If you’re someone who has just purchased an established home, you may be scratching your head wondering if you should knock it down and rebuild it, or simply renovate the current structure. This is a dilemma that many new homeowners face, and one that can oftentimes be confusing to say the least...

The Art of Turning Your Backyard into an Outdoor Living Space     by   Kevin Jefferson

14 January 2020

If you’re lucky enough to have your own backyard, you can definitely make the most out of it, especially if you’re looking for a way to expand your home or turn your outdoors into a true retreat...

Be inventive with space invaders      by   Anna Hayes

14 January 2020

Smaller space calls for more inventive use. Statistically, houses are decreasing in size with the average home last year measuring 228.8 square metres, a 1.3% decrease on the previous year...

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