3 Alternative Options to Timber Patio Decking

Posted on: 27 April 2016

One of the major advantages of living in Australia is the beautiful summer weather. You no doubt want to invite friends and family to your garden patio on the weekends to enjoy cocktails and barbecues. But your patio can only ever be as good as your patio decking. While natural timber looks beautiful, it requires a lot of upkeep. So what are some alternative decking options that give the effect of wood without any of the hassle? [Read More]

Why You Should Consider Teak for Your Outdoor Furniture

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Investing in outdoor furniture requires you to purchase resilient pieces that will withstand the elements. Although there are an array of materials used in creating outdoor furniture, one of the more popular options that you could consider is teak. It should be noted that teak tends to be one of the more expensive options that you could contemplate. However, this is because of the array of benefits that it affords your residence. [Read More]

Answers to Some Commonly Asked Questions About Radiant Heating

Posted on: 30 March 2016

Radiant heating refers to a type of floor heating that is created by coils that run underneath the floor itself. These coils may get warm themselves, or they may circulate warm water that, in turn, warms the floorboards over them. Radiant heating is a very popular choice for homes today, but note a few questions you might have about this system so you can determine if it's the right option for your home. [Read More]

Fire Equipment | 3 Strategies To Fix A Falsely Beeping Smoke Alarm

Posted on: 21 March 2016

While fire equipment is essential to the safety of your home, a constantly beeping smoke alarm can be incredibly annoying –– especially if it goes off in the dead of the night when everyone is in deep slumber for no plausible reason with no fire or smoke in sight.  This guide is designed to equip you with strategies to fix a falsely beeping smoke alarm. Replace Old Batteries Keep in mind that removing batteries as a quick fix to shut off your smoke alarm is not a smart long-term move because it will prevent the device from detecting any real fires or smoke in your home. [Read More]