3 Features to Look for When Buying a New Pump for a Residential Pool

1 March 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you in the market for a new pool pump? A high-quality and reliable pump ensures proper circulation of pool water for filtration and sanitisation. An inefficient or worn pump can affect water flow and reduce filtration, leading to the growth of algae in your pool. Thus, it's imperative to replace an old or worn pump before it stalls pool operations. As you shop around for a new one, here are three features to look for. Read More 

The Various Reasons You May Need to Get Your House Underpinned

1 March 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The foundation of your house does more than just hold the entire building up by supporting the weight of the structure and transferring it to the soil underneath. It also keeps out moisture and cold while resisting external pressures caused by earth movement. Over time, however, your home's foundation may weaken and become unstable. When this happens, you'll need to carry out underpinning. Home underpinning generally refers to the different types of repair methods used to strengthen and stabilise the foundation of a home. Read More 

Ways to Customise a Frameless Glass Shower

11 January 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're installing a custom glass shower in your home, you can alter it in several ways to fit your space. Consider the following ways to adapt your enclosure. Shape You can construct a frameless shower in different shapes rather than having to settle with a pre-fabricated enclosure that awkwardly looks out of place. You could make the most of a long narrow bathroom by fitting a rectangular shower at one end. Read More 

4 Reasons Only Experts Should Handle Concrete Removal Projects

25 November 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a business owner, you will have to deal with the repair, removal, and modification projects that involve concrete at some point. And for these projects, you do not want untrained individuals to handle them just to save some cash. If, for instance, you will be doing any concrete cutting and removal, you should have a concrete contractor by your side. Otherwise, you will have to deal with numerous health and financial risks. Read More 

The Most Durable Bathroom Materials for Renovations

26 October 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are one of the 40% of Australians, who would like to upgrade their bathrooms, getting durable supplies is at the top of your checklist. Bathroom renovations will boost your property's value and set you on the path of getting your dream home. Bathrooms are used a lot in any home, and they are susceptible to water damage, mildew, and mould. Lookout for long-lasting materials that will handle everyday use. Read More