Creating a sustainable home is an increasingly important consideration for Australian homeowners. A sustainable home is one that limits its impact on the environment through energy consumption and the use of resources. If you're renovating your home, then making sure that any modifications and improvements you make increase your home's sustainability is vital.
Flooring is a major component of most home renovation projects and your choice of material can have a big impact on the green credentials of your home.
After many years of embracing a simple, monochromatic and minimalist look in bathroom design, colour is making a comeback in a big way. Designers are splashing out with bright, bold and decadent colours in every room of the house. This is particularly true in the bathroom, where light and neutral tones held fast even as other rooms began to evolve.
If you have a neutral and plain bathroom that needs some brightening up but is too new to replace entirely, then adding a colourful new tiled floor is a great compromise.
The debate concerning what type of floor is best for your home can be endless. Each homeowner is different and has a unique taste for their property. However, we can always carry out an objective comparison between various flooring types and present the evidence for homeowners to make more informed decisions.
When it comes to carpet flooring, it has many advantages over hardwood. In addition to its lower cost and higher flexibility, carpeted floors are also much easier to maintain.
Hardwood floors combine both beauty and warmth and are a good option for anyone who wants a floor that will last for a long time. However, not just any hardwood flooring will be suitable for every situation. Below are some considerations you will have to make before investing in hardwood floor installation.
The type of hardwood floor
There are many types of hardwood floors on the market today. The two main options are solid or engineered hardwoods.
How to Prolong the Life of Blackbutt Decking
Are you planning to build a deck using unseasoned Blackbutt timber? Below are some of the measures that you can take to get the longest life possible from your blackbutt decking.
It is normally advisable to store any timber for some time at the installation site before using it. Such storage allows the timber to adjust to the ambient conditions in the location where it will be used.