How to Mow Your Lawn Correctly

Posted on: 13 October 2015

Lawn mowing is a key component of quality garden design. Like any other art form, the process can be practised and refined. By adhering to these simple rules, you'll be able to increase the density of your grass, prevent weeds and create a visually striking exterior. Select your Mower Not all lawn mowers are created equal. If you're budget wary or have a small garden, use a reel mower. Their non-dependence on gas or electricity makes them cheaper to run and more environmentally friendly. [Read More]

Savvy Storage | 3 Ingenious Tips to Get the Most Value from a Built-in Wardrobe

Posted on: 28 September 2015

A built-in wardrobe is a great way to store your bedroom accessories without cluttering the room, but if you're the type who likes to indulge in retail therapy ever so often, chances are your wardrobe is bursting at the seams. Before you think of investing in a second built-in wardrobe for the bedroom, consider whether you have actually maximised the space. A built-in wardrobe comes with standard shelves and drawers, so most homeowners don't give a second thought to storage optimisation. [Read More]

Air Conditioner | 3 Protective Steps to Guard Split Air Conditioners From Heavy Storms

Posted on: 11 September 2015

An air conditioner provides essential cooling during hot summers, making it an integral part of most Australian households. Split air conditioners are especially popular with homeowners because they provide efficient cooling in each room without taking up much space. A split air conditioner is usually made up of a compressor outdoor unit and an outlet indoor unit, both of which are connected by pipes carrying cooling refrigerant. Your split air conditioner is sometimes susceptible to additional damage during heavy storms and rains, so you'll want to undertake smart steps to protect it from undue damage. [Read More]

How To Clean Your Natural Stone Patio

Posted on: 27 August 2015

A natural stone patio will last for decades and for that reason is often the popular medium chosen by patio builders.  Although durable, natural stone does need cleaning from time to time to keep it looking its best. There is definitely a knack to removing different kinds of stains like grease and lichen, for example.  Here's how to clean your natural stone patio. General cleaning Begin by getting rid of any loose soil, sand, leaves or other surface debris from your patio. [Read More]