Should You Choose Marble or Wooden Benchtops for Your Kitchen?

Posted on: 31 July 2017

Having the kitchen refitted seems to be permanently at the top of every household's to-do list.  As such an important room in the home, having a new and fresh-looking kitchen can feel like it has invigorated the whole house, setting the tone for the rest of the rooms.  Whether that's overstating things or your kitchen really does feel like the heart of your home, you may well be thinking about giving it an overhaul.
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Remodeling on a budget: Things to look at

Posted on: 29 July 2017

When you are looking at remodeling your kitchen, there are many different options to consider. There are: Budget Not everyone has a large amount to spend on a new kitchen, so knowing how much you have and want to spend on upgrading your kitchen is important before you start, as you may need to try and reuse some of the existing kitchen if you are on a tight budget Reusing
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Child Proof Your Brand-New Investment Property Floors With 4 Smart Ideas

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Young families make great tenants because they tend to stay for longer, which reduces the time you'll have to spend finding new residents for your investment property. But some challenges come with renting to families with young kids. They can damage or dirty your floors if you're not careful, which is the last thing you want for a new property. Remodelling experts can help you childproof your brand-new investment property floors with these smart ideas.
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Renovating a Bathroom With Built-In Mould Resistance

Posted on: 21 July 2017

Due to their intended purpose, bathrooms are naturally damp places. And the problem with damp places is that they can be prone to mould, especially if they only get limited sunlight, as is the case with many bathrooms for reasons of privacy. Keeping on top of cleaning away mould can be quite an effort in some bathrooms, but there are a few things you can do to inhibit its growth and help keep it away.
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