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Ideas for Tiling Your Bathroom

12 January 2021
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One design element that significantly impacts a bathroom's aesthetic is the tiles covering the walls and floor. During a renovation, you choose the tile placement — where to lay them and when to swap to another surface. And you select what type of tiles to spread, whether large-format, subway, or textured. For inspiration in creating your bathroom surfaces, consider the following ideas. Floor to Ceiling Wall Tiles If your bathroom is compact, you may be seeking ways to make it feel roomier. Read More …

Road Line Marking Paint Characteristics To Look For When Buying

2 November 2020
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Driving a vehicle on a dark, unmarked road or parking lot is never easy. Fortunately, road line marking helps vehicle owners to drive safely, making the lines a crucial driving aid. In fact, all drivers are trained to observe line markings constantly, particularly when headlights blind them. Other than boosting visibility and safety, line markings organise vehicles into efficient lanes and ensure other road users do not interfere by using the wrong lanes. Read More …

Swimming Pool Construction: Planning for Building Approval Acquisition

22 September 2020
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Installing a swimming pool on your residential property is beneficial, but the construction process can be challenging. In general, there are numerous legal issues that you must address to ensure that the new structure is safe and reliable. One of the critical processes that you must consider before commissioning the construction of a swimming pool is the acquisition of building approvals. This permit will allow you to proceed with the work because it will be proof that the planned structure meets the required standards. Read More …

Top Tips When Choosing A Bricklayer

20 August 2020
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A bricklayer is an essential aspect of the home building process. He or she will take charge of the building process to ensure your dream becomes a reality. Below are some tips to help you choose a bricklayer.  Rely On Experience Ask the bricklayer to present his or her portfolio. Alternatively, he or she should connect you to former clients or take you to a site visit to some of his or her recent projects. Read More …

Ensuring Your Residential Insulation Lasts: What To Look Out For

28 February 2020
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There are several materials of choice for residential insulation. For example, materials such as fibreglass can last up to 100 years in ideal conditions. Emphasis is, of course, on the phrase "ideal conditions." In non-ideal and real conditions, the lifespan of your residential insulation can drastically decline on account of one or more of the reasons highlighted in this article. 1.      Water Damage Be it from a leaking gutter or leaking plumbing, water will degrade and break down your residential insulation material faster. Read More …