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Nuts & Bolts with our Builder Adam

Nuts & Bolts with our Builder Adam

This week we have a really common question, with a surprising answer for our builder Adam.

“Are the left over bricks from my renovation, mine?”

We actually get asked this question all the time. Many people assume that the building materials that are on their site, actually belong to them, after all they paid for it right?…Continue Reading

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Tech Talk-Asbestos Removal

Tech Talk-Asbestos Removal

When you hear the word “Asbestos” you shudder. Conjuring up feelings and images of cancer and death.

Regardless of the fact that this previously sprouted Wonder Product was used extensively throughout Australia, it now presents a huge Red light when it comes to renovating your home.

Removal of Asbestos is common and should not be feared if…Continue Reading

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Toolbox Tuesday-Drill

Toolbox Tuesday-Drill

Drills are tools used to bore a hole in materials or for fastening materials together using fasteners. Early drills were simple tools made of sticks sometimes with a flint attached, rubbed between the palms and used to bore holes into materials, later advanced by attaching a cord to the stick, which was pulled by another stick…Continue Reading

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Inspired Space-Veranda Styling

Inspired Space-Veranda Styling

This weekend saw an opportunity for us to visit some of the ‘Great Houses of Ipswich’. Regretfully, we only had time to visit one house, but what a beauty she was. ‘Lakemba’ sits proudly on the top of Denmark Hill in Ipswich, the views are carried all the way to Brisbane CBD, absolutely spectacular! My…Continue Reading

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Nuts & Bolts

Nuts & Bolts

This is the second of my new series for this week. Each Saturday I will bring you the answer to one of your questions. We are often asked questions, where the answers have the opportunity to help many people, so now we will share those answers with you, our readers.

We have a team of professionals, from…Continue Reading