Are you considering demolishing your home?

Posted on: 25 January 2021

Whatever state your property is in, the idea of home demolition is rarely a welcome one. There may be times when you decide that you want to knock down your home to create something bigger but more frequently the idea of a home demolition comes up after a catastrophic disaster such as a fire, flood or extensive storm damage. It is often tempting to think that it is cheaper to repair any damage, but that isn't always the case.
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Are You Thinking About Subdividing Land?

Posted on: 9 December 2020

Are you thinking about setting up a subdivision? If you have some land that you want to build on, then creating a subdivision is often the most practical option. Selling a large piece of land will not generate anywhere near the level of income that a completed subdivision or even the sale of individual plots could bring. If you are planning a subdivision, then you can't simply place properties randomly on your plot of land.
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Answer These Key Questions When Planning a Custom Home

Posted on: 6 November 2020

Choosing to build a custom home rather than buying from the available inventory is a big decision. It's also very exciting as you can choose the features you want most. To make sure you get a home design that really works for your lifestyle, you will first need to answer some basic questions.  Where Do You Spend Most of Your Time?  Consider your current living accommodations. Which room do you find yourself in most often?
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Why You Need to Update Your Bathroom with a Glass Shower Screen

Posted on: 6 October 2020

If you still use a shower curtain to keep the water in place when you perform your daily ablutions, do you sometimes think that you are a little out of date? The solution is certainly practical and has been around for ages, but it's very difficult to keep clean and can frequently harbour mould or mildew. Instead, you may be thinking about your options and looking at glass shower screens, but are these challenging to fit and are they safe?
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