Home Renovation Tips
Demolishing a bathroom requires some skills beside demolishing the walls and floors. It requires careful removal of electric wiring and plumbing supplies before the gutting process is started. Large fixtures such as bathtubs, and sink vanities must be detached with care. You must be really careful removing a glued-on mirror to avoid breaking the glass. Always contact your council for any rules and regulations before starting any demolition work. If you think the following task would be challenging, just call Perfect Contracting and we will supply you the right person with the right tools...
A renovation is an exciting way to refresh your home, improve its value, and make it more appealing both in appearance and functionality. Or at least, that’s what the purpose of a renovation has been in the past! These days, more and more people are undergoing renovation projects with the explicit intention to make their house greener – which not only reduces its footprint, but can also boost the resale value as well. Here are a handful of renovation ideas that will make your home more environmentally friendly!
There’s nothing quite like heading home from a long day, looking forward to the warmth and comfort of your living room. For some, that’s not always the case, as Australian homes aren’t exactly the world-standard in weatherproofing. There are a number of projects you can do to help those rooms around the house from losing their heat – and we’re not just talking about adding more heaters.
Updating and refreshing your home through renovation projects isn’t just highly satisfying, it can help add value for when it comes time to sell your house. Here are five ideas for projects you can do without the help of a professional.
It’s almost inevitable that at some point in your life, you will end up with a small room that you just wish could be bigger. Whether it’s a living room, bedroom or office space, a large room tends to be more airy and welcoming, and can feel much less claustrophobic than a small area.
Shopping for a new house is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. You’re about to move into a new home to make memories in and call your own, but how do you know if you’re buying a dud? There are plenty of professionals you can hire to help you make the call, but when you’re visiting open homes, you can easily do a little preliminary research for yourself.
The living room is arguably the heart of the home. It’s where you gather the family, where you host drinks and nibbles with friends, where you watch the game and where you relax with a book at the end of the day. But when was the last time you made an effort to refresh this home hub?