Every year, several Australian cities can just about be relied upon to rank extremely well in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Ranking. In 2015, Australia came out as a top country once again.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has recently announced New South Wales as the ‘premier state’ for home building in Australia. This comes as a result of the association’s winter 2015 Housing Scorecard, which offers a state-by-state analysis of home building around the country.
A well-stocked toolbox for a DIYer is like a blank canvas for an artist. The potential you hold in your hands is practically infinite. So while you can easily hire general tools to complete just about any job, there are definitely some basics that every toolbox should have.
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.
As much as we would love to have a professional handyman at our beck and call around the clock, there are some cases where a little know-how is all you need. Knowing your way around these five tools will see you through plenty of life’s little challenges, and for everything else, well, you know where to find us!
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 a fantastic time to be in construction in Australia. According to the latest figures from Master Builders Australia (MBA), residential building is now at an all-time high, which means there is a real demand for quality builders and other tradespeople. So how can you get into this demanding yet rewarding industry?