Whether you are building a new home or renovating an existing home, things do not always go according to plan.by James McAuley
Unless you live in a cave, you can’t help but accumulate goods and chattels that have the potential to cause mayhem in your living space.by Judy Judd-Sandwell
If you’re about to start a building or home renovation project, are in the middle of one, or if you want to check that works completed are according to Australian Standards, it pays to have a building inspection report.by The Building Centre
Small children live in a magical world of innocence. They have no continuous pattern of thought, no sense of timing, and no sense of danger. The result? Wondrous little people who rely on adults for protection.by Judy Judd-Sandwell
Waterproofing your home is vital if you want to avoid costly repairs. But where should you begin?by Judy Judd-Sandwell
We humans aren’t the only ones who think living on the northern beaches is paradise….there are plenty of creatures thriving on such an abundance of natural beauty and who choose to move in with us so they can also enjoy the good life.by Judy Judd-Sandwell
If you’re purchasing a new home or having problems with an older one, you’ll need advice from a professional building inspection. Peninsula Living reports on how to choose the right one.by Alicia Law
Building Inspections: What are they, what to look out for, and how to save money. As a nation of savvy renovators and sharp handymen, we are fairly on the ball when it comes to building know-how. Rare will be the times when we don’t at least have an opinion on our immediate built environment.
It is the primordial dream of many people to build their own home. However, there is more than simply bricks and mortar to consider before taking the plunge.
With the growing number of household burglaries and fires in Australia each year, securing the family home has become more important than ever. There are many other hidden dangers in the home too, such as contamination from lead and asbestos dust. Here’s how to play it safe.
Invest in a building inspection before buying your dream home to make sure you don’t have a damp problem. A few hundred dollars up front can save you thousands … and months of distress.
Awareness is half the battle when it comes to preventing fire at home, and there is plenty you can do to minimise your risks and enjoy a safe summer.
There are so many areas where you can be caught out when buying a property. But, by knowing what to look for, you'll be on your way to trouble-free living.
A problem all too many householders are faced with each year, especially during cold and wet months, is excess moisture and damp. Peninsula Living looks at what causes homes to become damp and solutions in tackling the problem.