7 building tips for your home renovation
This year we’ve enjoyed sharing the latest tips and building advice to help you with your building projects. Below is a list of our top 7 posts to help you with your next project.
A beautiful indoor-outdoor living space is the perfect way to relax and spend time with your family and friends. It will bring light, space and added value to your home. It can also be your sanctuary or home away from home at the end of a long day.
Concrete driveways are making a real comeback in the building industry and it's little wonder given the many advantages of design versatility and structural integrity. Compared to other driveway materials, like asphalt, stone, or brick, concrete is the complete package as a material and I love seeing clients incorporate it into their design.
The kitchen is usually at the top of the list when you start renovating. However it can be one of the most expensive rooms to renovate. If you’re on a budget, there are lots of simple things you can do to refresh and renovate the space.
They’re often the smallest rooms in your home but your bathroom and laundry can often be expensive to renovate and costly to the environment. Check out our water, energy and money saving tips for your next bathroom or laundry renovation.
LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, have become smaller, cheaper and longer lasting than ever before making it a much more affordable option over incandescent lights. As traditional incandescent light sources are being phased out and the application of LED lights has developed, the selection of well-designed lights that are available has increased.
For the wine enthusiast, having your own cellar is a must. Building one isn’t challenging or expensive however there are a few points you need to consider when designing your own.
Today, there are lots of stylish garage door designs on the market, which can make the buying decision challenging if you’re not sure what you’re looking for.
It’s important to think about the future and choose a garage door that’s as large as possible because you never know what space you may need for storage or you may buy a larger car in the future.
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