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  • Reliable Supplies to Ponder When Embarking On External Cladding Installation

    When discussing construction materials for your custom home build with your contractors, you are likely focusing on supplies that will contribute to the stability of the home such as the foundation materials, framing, roofing and so on. With that in mind, some homeowners tend to believe that cladding systems merely function to add aesthetic value to their new home build and this can make one think that they can easily overlook the inclusion of cladding.
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  • 3 Critical Steps for the Safe Removal of Asbestos

    If you recently inherited your grandparent's property and you suspect that part of it is built with asbestos-containing materials (ACMs), you should consider engaging an abatement company. Asbestos is carcinogenic and can take years for symptoms to manifest. A licensed asbestos abatement company has the expertise to remove every bit of the dangerous material and make your home a haven. That said, service providers must take specific steps to guarantee the safe removal of asbestos from a property.
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  • Want To Get Rid Of Some Ugly Concrete? Here Is Why You Should Always Call The Professionals

    Concrete is a very useful material when it comes to construction, with countless driveways, foundations, outdoor areas and even parking lots made out of concrete all across Australia. However, when you eventually want to redesign your home or business, this concrete now becomes your biggest adversary. While many people attempt concrete removal on their own, the simple fact is that it is best left to the experts and almost all eventually figure this out the hard way.
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  • Types of Land Surveying

    A land survey is a science that involves measuring both natural and human-made features by applying the principles of geometry and mathematics. A land surveyor uses various tools to measure things like the elevation, boundaries and angles on a property. There are different types of land surveying, each with its purpose. Here's a look at the main types of land surveying in the country. Cadastral Surveys A cadastral survey is one of the most common land surveys in the county.
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  • Millennial Home Design Trends That Homebuilders Should Focus On

    According to recent reports, Australian millennials have the second-lowest homeownership rates — 26% — in the world after the UAE. However, this reality has not dampened most millennials' homeownership dream, with 86% rating it as essential. The circumstances are perfect for any home builder looking to make a name in the millennial market. Additionally, your contributions could make homeownership achievable for most millennials. However, you have to understand what potential millennial homeowners want for their homes.
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  • Guidelines to Help You Pick the Ideal Asphalt Paving Contractor

    Asphalt is one of the best materials used in driveway and road construction. Some of the reasons why homeowners pick the material to pave their driveways include the fact that it is safe, smooth and durable as a paving material. It is also completely reusable and easy to install and maintain. When properly sealed, asphalt can serve you for decades without the need to repair or replace it. It supports moderate to heavy vehicles comfortably and is passable in all weather conditions.
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  • Four Reasons Behind the Surging Demand for Home Window Tinting

    Home window tinting is one of the most important but often underrated home improvement projects. Done right, it can bring many benefits to homeowners, depending on the primary reasons they want to dress up their residential windows with tint.  Take a look at some of the top advantages of residential window tint installation below.  Energy Savings As the cost of energy consumption at home continues to spike, homeowners are constantly looking for new ways of reducing their domestic energy usage.
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  • The Luxurious Patio Features That You Can Implement Today

    A patio is a great place to eat, play and socialise with friends and family, and many Australians have some form of one in their home.  For a long time patios were seen as quite a luxurious option that was too expensive for most people, but that has slowly changed over the years. Now, with better supply chains and more efficient labourers, a patio is a very cost-effective addition to any home.
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  • Before You Sign That Mortgage Contract, Survey Your Property

    Buying a home is an exciting process. If you've fallen in love with the floor plan, location and design of a property you're looking at, you may feel ready to sign the mortgage contract and close on the property. However, you shouldn't overlook the importance of surveying the land that your home sits upon. Remember that your home comes with the piece of land it sits upon, and ensuring this land is properly zoned, bordered and structured can make a significant difference down the road.
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  • Three Tips to Help You Create the Perfect Backyard Tennis Court

    One of the easiest ways to encourage the people in your home to get on their feet and spend a little time exercising is to build a tennis court in your backyard. Most people shy away from such an adventure because they think the court will take up too much space or the project will be too expensive. However, the truth is that with the right planning, it is possible to get a quality court in your backyard.
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