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2019

Window Restoration: Simple Steps for Painting Wooden Frames

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If the wooden window frames in your home are worn out, you can choose to replace the entire feature. This process is ideal for your residential building if the windows are highly damaged or extremely old. If your timber frames have superficial wear and can be salvaged, you should think about repainting the elements instead. Repainting is inexpensive and efficient, and you will improve the appeal and durability of the window frames. Read More»

Volume Builder or Custom Builder? 4 Points To Consider When Building A New Home

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Building a brand-new home is a dream for many Australians. New homes are contemporary, attractive and designed with the modern lifestyle in mind. They’re also easier to maintain, energy-efficient and inexpensive to run than older homes. If you’re planning on building your own home, then the first major step is finding the right builder. Generally speaking, builders can be grouped into two main categories. These are volume builders and custom builders. Read More»

4 Reasons to Opt for Professional vs DIY Concrete Drilling

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Concrete drilling has numerous applications. It’s something commonly done on construction sites, but even residential projects can benefit from concrete drilling when walls need to be drilled through to run wires or fit fixtures and appliances. The process itself might seem fairly straightforward, and there are plenty of companies that hire out concrete drilling equipment. However, that doesn’t mean you should drill through walls or floors yourself. Here are just four reasons to rely on professional concrete drilling rather than going DIY. Read More»

What Entails an Effluent Disposal Report?

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Effluent Disposal Reports are documents derived after an effluent disposal assessment is carried out on an allotment either before installation of an effluent disposal system if the area does not have access to sewer or to retrofit a new system to replace a failed or failing septic system. The purpose of the assessment is to examine subsurface conditions of the area, to check the suitability of the area proposed for effluent disposal, to make estimations of the minimum number of sectors required for disposal and to make recommendations of disposal options. Read More»