Metal Roof
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Metal Roof: The Versatile and Flexible Option

March 13, 2015

Metal is the most versatile building material on earth. It is capable of achieving more challenging and complex architectural designs than other materials.  Aesthetically, metal complements many styles, including centuries-old designs and contemporary homes. This […]

Incandescent LED Lightbulb
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Join the March Towards Sustainability at Home

January 23, 2015

All around the world, millions are starting to join the march to reduce carbon footprint. It’s because carbon emissions are still growing. In fact, a report by the Global Carbon Project suggested that the total […]

WA Home Renovation Approvals
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WA Home Renovation Approvals to Become Quicker in 2015

January 6, 2015

Building projects and home improvements that comply with residential codes will now be easier to accomplish, this according to changes announced by the Western Australia government set to take effect mid-2015. WA Attorney-General Michael Mischin […]

Demolishing A House
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What to Gain from a Demolish and Build Project

January 5, 2015

Tired of seeing those crusty ovens in your kitchen? Have you ever thought about replacing that old bathtub or that creaking cabinet? When you have lived in a home for well over a decade, you […]

renovated house
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4 Simple Tips to Increase Property Value

December 22, 2014

If you’re planning to sell your house in the future, one way to increase its value is to make some renovations and a few facelifts to make your buyers more interested. And to be successful […]

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4 Effective Ways to Improve the Curb Appeal of Your Home

December 5, 2014

You can see it everywhere: national television, the Internet, home magazines, or just when you walk around the neighbourhood. Those Victorian houses with a stylish set of windows and well constructed contemporary homes surely look […]