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Why You Should Fit Glass Splashbacks in Your Kitchen and Bathroom

2 January 2020
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A glass splashback is a protective wall covering, usually in the kitchen or bathroom. Why might you want to install a glass splashback in your home? Protects from stains Kitchen and bathroom walls are liable to take on stains from splashes in cooking or just from water droplets, especially if they are tiled and contain numerous grooves or small holes where stains can collect. A glass splashback will not keep stains in this way—as it is one flat surface, it can be easily wiped off and will keep your walls clean.
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3 Key Features of Structural Plywood

2 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, sometimes it is cheaper to renovate than to move to a new home. Not only do you save time, but you also save lots of money in the process. Renovation is also a learning process for a homeowner. Notably, some renovations need structural plywood as the primary renovation material. While it is common for homeowners to leave an entire project to a contractor, being a part of it from start to finish has a positive impact.
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Three Reasons To Hold Off On Lot Development Until A Land Survey Is Complete

2 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

With property prices skyrocketing in Australia, having your own piece of land, whether gifted to you or previously purchased, provides you with an opportunity to make the most of your investment by building a forever home. However, do not make the mistake of getting ahead of yourself by embarking on construction before they have had the lot surveyed. You could be thinking that enlisting the services of a land surveyor will be a waste of money if you already know your boundary lines, but this is untrue.
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Key Stages of a Land Subdivision Exercise

1 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you think about land use in Australia today and in the past, you will admit that land use is in constant change. Notably, new technologies and techniques have played a critical role in the way Australians manage their lots for various uses. Most importantly, there is increasing pressure on land use. It might explain why most property owners are subdividing their lots to match industry demands. However, before you think about what you are going to use your subdivided land for, you must first understand the critical land division stages.
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Are you worried about a cracked home foundation?

31 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you worried about the state of your property foundation? If you have noticed cracks starting to appear in the concrete of your walls or your foundation then you could be concerned about the long-term stability of your property. Fortunately, many foundation crack repairs can be completed with the minimum of disruption and inconvenience. Here's what you need to know about foundation crack repairs: Don't ignore the problem Problems with your foundation do not fix themselves.
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About Me
Finding the Best Contractors: My Guide

Hello! My name is Simon and this is my guide to finding the best construction contractors. I know a think or two about finding contractors ever since I decided to redevelop my home. Over the past two years, i have hired lots of different contractors and asked them to complete different jobs on the property. This has taught me a think or two about working with them and finding the best people for the job. i hope you enjoy reading this blog and that it helps you to find the perfect contractor whatever it is you are trying to achieve.

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