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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

After what has been a turbulent summer for many parts of Australia, the arrival of Autumn will hopefully bring more settled weather and will give people a chance to assess losses from the recent bush fires.

In this latest newsletter we look at the impact of the bush fires, what structures are in place for those affected, and how to make small changes for 2020 to help in the event of future catastrophic events such as those we've just witnessed.

Happy Reading!


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
Starting the rebuild...

Starting the rebuild...

After a tumultuous summer where fires devastated communities all across Australia, thoughts are turning to the clean-up and rebuild process.

Rebuiding is possible with good planning

Rebuiding is possible with good planning

The Dean of UNSW Built Environment, Professor Helen Lochhead says that it is possibly to rebuild in bushfire affected areas providing they are well located and designed to standard AS3959.

Properties will fluctuate in bushfire areas

Properties will fluctuate in bushfire areas

Property prices in bushfire affected areas are set to fluctuate considerably as communities and families try to get back to normal after the devastation of recent fires.

Be water wise in 2020

Be water wise in 2020

As many areas of the country start to rebuild after the devastating summer bushfires, founder of the Greenwall Company Mark Paul has shared some tips on how to be water wise in the your home for 2020.

Tips to save your home from smoke

Tips to save your home from smoke

After unprecedented issues with poor air quality, stemming from bushfires across the country, concern for air quality is at an all time high.

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