It’s a cold and rainy day here in Brisbane today, the kind that holds up works on a construction site and causes headaches for Builder’s and homeowners alike. Rain delays cause knock on effects that can have a significant impact on the progress of a job, however there is a limit to what is allowed.
Renovating a home can be an expensive exercise, maintaining a home can also be expensive, however there are some DIY jobs that anyone can try no matter your level of skills. I know because I have tried most of them myself. There isn’t much I wont try if The Builder gives me the go ahead,…Continue Reading
We are often asked my our readers and clients how do you know if you have asbestos in your home, and there are a few tips to help you understand if your home is at risk and what to do if it is.
Do You Know If You Have Asbestos In Your Home?
First and foremost the…Continue Reading
About this time last year, as our business was rapidly expanding, we did a stocktake on the time the Builder was spending on quoting. While it varied due to the nature of the jobs we quote on, lets just say it was a LOT! This was the kick up the butt we needed to take…Continue Reading
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We’ve had a stressful start to the year and for a while there, were neglecting our health, so we’ve been on a quest recently to ensure we get the little things right, like drinking plenty of water.
Water is essential for the survival of every living creature. In fact,…Continue Reading
We love DIY renovators here at The Builder’s Wife, especially when done properly. With a little assistance, most of us can turn our hands to either organising our own renovations, or give some DIY work a go. But how do you find that assistance? There are lots of websites that can take you through step…Continue Reading