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  • Home Security – You Could Be Next.

    September 13, 2017

    It seems every day we hear another story of theft or burglary happening in our beautiful Perth. But what is the likelihood of it happening? How can we secure our home to ensure that we don’t become another story?   The 2016-17 Western Australia Police Report has been released highlighting the cases of theft in […]

  • World Naked Gardening Day

    May 5, 2017

    Happy World Naked Gardening Day!   First of all; yes, this is a real thing. Unfortunately, Mr Turnbull hasn’t declared it a public holiday, but we have written to him and enclosed one beautiful selfie to sway his mind.   The Annual World Naked Gardening Day (#WNGD) is the first Saturday in May, and encourages […]

  • 5 Reasons Women Get Ripped Off By Tradies

    October 18, 2016

    We all hear the stories about women getting ripped off by tradies. So we decided to compile our Top 5 reasons women get ripped off to try in a hope that people will avoid these pitfalls when hiring a tradie. The Phantom Problem You may only have a small job to start out with but […]

  • 10 Spring Landscaping Tips

    September 8, 2016

    The Winter frost is no longer a threat and now you can get started on your spring landscaping! All winter long you’ve had the excuses of it being too cold or all you see is rain. Now that spring has finally arrived, landscaping, gardening and improving you house appearance is on most people’s mind. Depending […]

  • 6 Tips To Keep Warm This Winter

    June 3, 2016

    Winter is finally here and we all know what that means; cold and wet weather. It’s not too late to winter-proof your home to keep warm over the next few months with these 6 handy tips from our expert tradies. 1. Seal up those cracks and gaps If you added up all the cracks and […]

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    The Hidden Elephant In Your Roof

    October 11, 2015

    When you’re in your home you want to feel safe and comfortable. Safety and comfort is not limited to door and window locks, reverse cycle air conditioner and comfortable furniture. Whilst these are important, your roof space can pose a serious threat to your family’s safety, health and comfort. Some of the dangers that lurk […]

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    Safety: Kids & Electricity

    October 2, 2015

    Our modern society runs on electricity. From charging your smart phone to powering the microwave, we have come to rely on it. Whilst electricity enables us to be more productive and entertained, it also has its downside. It’s dangerous. Growing up we learn how to respect electricity and handle it safely but young children though […]

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    Doors: The Gateway To Your Home

    September 30, 2015

    Regardless if you’re building or just looking for some simple ideas to spruce up the house with a little effort, doors should be on your list. Considering that your front door is the first thing a visitor will see when they come to your home, it should be an accurate reflection of who lives there. […]

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    Plumber Call Out Fee: Reasonable or Not?

    September 21, 2015

    When you mention to someone that you need a plumber, the first thought they have is that it is going to be expensive. A lot of people assume that the job can be done easily, so the plumber must be overcharging. The biggest complaint I’ve come across over the years is the call out fee. […]

  • 8 Tips For Your Kitchen Renovation

    September 17, 2015

    With many Australian’s now wanting to breathe some new life into their kitchens, here are 8 handy tips to get the best results. The design of modern houses has changed dramatically over the past 30 years. Older houses were designed and built in a time where modern conveniences such as dishwashers and microwaves were luxury […]

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    7 Tips for Electrical Safety in Storm

    September 14, 2015

    Living in a safe environment is the aim of every homeowner, especially if you have children. The average home can contain numerous dangers depending on the style and age of the home. Old insulation, damaged plumbing fixtures, old or damaged walls and out dated electrical wiring. To protect your family’s personal safety, a few basic […]

  • Bathroom Blitz

    September 9, 2015

    The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the house. It is also the most challenging and complex rooms to renovate. A lot of intricate planning and coordination is required to achieve a successful renovation. Most bathrooms measure between nine and 15 square meters and it is in this small space you will […]