Constructing homes with passive design principles is an increasing priority for owners and builders. People are comfortable only within a very narrow range of conditions.
Noisy neighbours can make every day seem like you’re living in the middle of a war zone. But there are simple ways in which harmony can be restored without the need to resort to desperate measures.
Pest infestation is never pleasant, but if you detect evidence of unwanted visitors in your home, there are methods to remove them quickly and efficiently.
Apartment living is becoming increasingly popular, and with this comes the rise of apartment pets. The property that you live in should not determine whether you have a pet. But by following a few simple steps and rules, you will be able to live comfortably and enjoy your happiest lives with your animal companion.
With spring and summer temperatures set to soar in the Southern Hemisphere, protecting loved ones and assets is our number one priority.
Homes built for the future encompass increasingly popular passive design principles. From green ratings and solar energy to orientation, insulation and glazing, constructing a certified passive-design property is not only an exercise in cost-cutting and energy efficiency, but it can also add resale value.
Damage to your property caused by flash flooding and rain-related issues is a mood dampener, whether you own, rent or invest.
Remember when a garage was used for parking your car and storing your tools? You can return to this idea with a little thought and plenty of organisation. The New Oxford Dictionary of English defines a garage as: “a building or shed for housing a motor vehicle or vehicles”. But if the current trends of […]
With low temperatures and some states experiencing lockdown restrictions that limit outward mobility, many householders are adopting an interior lifestyle view.
A beautiful piece of hand-crafted furniture or lighting is a joy unto itself.