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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

As the temperatures drop, the rain picks up and the evenings get darker earlier and earlier, it's no wonder many of us want to curl up by the fire with a good book. Or soak in a bath with some candles lighting and a glass of wine.

Our latest newsletter touches on both of those topics as we explore how bathrooms have developed over the centuries, as well as learning some more about water conservation during the winter months.

We also touch upon the importance of servicing equipment like wood heaters and offer some tips on how to keep your garden thriving during the colder months.

Sláinte Mháith


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
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The Evo-loo-tion of the bathroom

We’re having a bit of fun on Build.com.au this week, diving into some research from QS Supplies who aimed to visualise five centuries of different bathrooms. While the functions have remained the same, the rooms themselves have changed drastically.

Water tanks to tap into winter rains

Water tanks to tap into winter rains

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The new look of water conscious style

The new look of water conscious style

A new shower, designed by Methven, is aimed at looking great while also keeping utility bills and water usage to a minimum.

Have wood heaters serviced before heating your home

Have wood heaters serviced before heating your home

As the temperature drops and the autumn leaves fall, Victorians are warned to have their wood heater serviced to avoid a potential fire hazard.

Make your garden thrive this winter

Make your garden thrive this winter

With the weather cooling down, now is the ideal time for gardening, growing veggies and planting colourful trees. Melissa King, horticulturalist and Northcote Pottery ambassador shares some simple tips to make the most of your garden this Autumn.

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