Got kids? How to protect your timber floors from toddler damage

23 October 2019
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Kids brighten up any home, but they also come with lots of responsibility. After spending time changing diapers, picking up toys and preparing meals, you also shouldn't forget about your floors. Timber floors are warm, safe, and durable choices for your home. They're one of the best types of floors for kids because children can play around with a low risk of getting injured. And while timber is safe for children, children can cause damage to your floors if you don't practice proper maintenance. Read More 

Why Does Glass Stand Out Among Many Splashback Choices?

7 October 2019
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Your kitchen is the one place you should never compromise when it comes to quality and functionality. Possibly, it needs to be the best-looking section of your house because you spend lots of time in there when preparing edibles. It is also an excellent opportunity to assert your exquisite taste of materials, colours and finishes. You can start by choosing a suitable splashback for your kitchen. A splashback is a protective panel or screen installed behind a cooker or kitchen sink. 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 

Three Crucial Guidelines to Follow When Having a Septic Tank Pumped

28 August 2019
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Most houses have a sewerage system where the waste moves through a system managed by the municipal council. There are, however, a few private residencies that own their own private waste disposal system that include a septic tank. The tank is usually located a few meters from the property. The tanks are set up to separate and decompose the waste that flows in. However, they do fill up with time, leading to the need for pumping. 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