Modern Contemporary Homes: Learn Key Features

19 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Modern contemporary homes have a dynamic design thanks to their minimalistic style and clean lines, which offer a distinct curb appeal. What separates them from other designs is the use of natural materials, geometric shapes and asymmetric features. Since the design is driven by function and simplicity, the interiors of the house feature open spaces that allow plenty of light. From today's modern homes to the classic mid-century designs, contemporary homes combine practicality and beauty. Read More 

3 Advantages of Timber Fencing

13 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Fencing is an affordable and reliable method of safeguarding property. In addition to protection, a good fence can increase privacy and the value of the property, especially when you use high-quality materials. There are many fencing materials, but timber is one of the most popular fencing materials in Australia. It is durable and brings other benefits to the user. If you are looking for an ideal fencing material for your property, read this guide to know why you should choose top quality fencing timber for your property. Read More 

3 Useful Skylight Window Features

24 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're building up into your roof space, then skylight windows are a good way of bringing light into the room. You may want to go for opening windows rather than ones that are permanently closed to ensure you get good ventilation as well as light. However, you may not be sure which additional features to go for. Which features are the most useful? 1. Solar-Automated Opening Adding automation to a skylight makes it easier to operate. Read More 

Your Guide to Choosing Between A Private and Council Building Certifier

13 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you constructing a new building or simply undertaking some major additions, improvements or renovations? A building certification will have to be done first. Building certification typically involves checking as well as approving any building work to ensure that it complies with all the legal and building codes regarding health, safety, sustainability, etc. However, before your building work is approved, you will need a building certifier to work on the inspections and permits. Read More 

How A Simple Grate Could Stop Serious Injuries On Your Property

22 July 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you are a small business owner or just have a large property with uneven terrain, the danger of someone stumbling and falling due to trenches and gutters is quite significant. Often it is not the most obvious danger that causes the most injuries because everyone is aware of it and acts careful around it. However, if you are not aware of any drains or small ditches in the property then you could easily fall and hurt yourself. Read More