The return of the cooler months can be a time where it is tempting to hibernate and let those maintenance items go around your home until the spring warmth is back.
Renovation and Maintenance
Inclement weather conditions can cause havoc on the buildings that we call home and with large patches of rain and the humidity that can come with it, mould can at times follow affecting walls, ceilings, furnishings, and belongings.
With the weather still comfortable and families enjoying the great outdoors in most states, now is the time to prepare your home for the approaching winter.
Even though nature is in decline in the season of fall, avid green thumbs know that autumn is a busy time in the garden.
The purpose of displaying indoor plants is to not only add vibrancy and life to your interior but equally to improve air quality and enhance psychological wellbeing — for the viewer and carer. However, for your plants to look the part and householders to receive their visual and health benefits, it’s important to maintain natural greenery at its most verdant.
A home or investment property is an owner’s pride and joy, so it pays to maintain its quality in a manner befitting both style and return on investment. But when handiwork is needed at your property, how do you find the most qualified, reliable and affordable tradesperson for the job?
Living close to your neighbours has its benefits, but there’s also the issue of noise in small residences and apartment living. It’s often the case that modern homes are built with lightweight materials that allow sound to travel easier, but some simple tricks can help keep the peace.
A question that the greenest thumbs to seasoned gardeners commonly ask is: “Do I need an irrigation system?” Many assume that the answer will be ‘yes’. However, landscaping experts have witnessed more gardens dying from over-watering than under-watering — a case of too much of a good thing.
The maintenance of the humble nature strip can often create confusion between tenants (renters) and their landlords (rental providers). Best described as the strip of land between a residential property boundary and the road, the median strip is owned by your local council.
When gentle summer breezes beckon, it’s time to provide a sunny-side facelift to your home. This can be an inspiring project, but it might also seem daunting, at first.