Sometimes a small plumbing problem can be solved with a simple tool and some hard work. Here are the essential plumbing tools that are cheap and easy to find that everyone should have around the house.
Trees can become a great feature for our backyard, and can increase our property value. However, sometimes they can become dangerous or a nuisance. Here is our 2019 FAQ guide for every question you may have on stump and tree removal.
Roof insulation provides many benefits to the home, including reducing your power bills. But how much does insulating a roof cost? What material should you use? Find out everything you need to know in our 2019 guide.
If you love to see home transformations, then the weird but wonderful world of high pressure cleaning videos may interest you! We’ve found 7 of the most oddly satisfying instagram videos to watch and to help inspire you to give some parts around your home a much needed clean!
We found one simple way to take your kitchen from cold and outdated to vibrant and welcoming—using kitchen tiles! We look at the top five biggest trends in kitchen tiles including everything from colour schemes, shapes and textures.
When it comes to building a pool, home owners have many questions on their mind. What type? Chlorine or saltwater? How big and where should it be installed? Heres every question you have on fibreglass pools answered.
Whether its for a shop display window, a shower screen or a window in your home, not all glass is the same. We look into the different types of glass commonly found across homes and commercial businesses in Australia, and which one is the best for you.
For many of us, building our dream house is something we hope to do one day. Regardless of the size, style and other features, building your own home can seem like an expensive and time-consuming thing to do. With a little planning and budget, it is achievable! Here are some common costs and other things to consider when building your own home.
Many people shy away from renovations and other DIY projects that require heavy machinery, whether they feel the space is too small to accommodate the vehicles or it doesn’t fit the budget. A mini excavator is often a cheaper and easier way to begin those renovations.