Heritage listings are important as they ensure that notable buildings are protected for future generations, providing an invaluable ‘living’ reference point and insights into the cultural and
Bullnosed verandahs were widely used on Australian homes during the Victorian, Federation and Edwardian periods, a timeframe ranging from around the mid-1850s to the 1920s.
Following ongoing water leaking issues with their tiled roof, the owners of this home in Moorooka, Queensland, decided to address the problem by upgrading and replacing their tiles with CUSTOM ORB® steel roofing.
From YouTube videos that share the secrets of bathroom tiling, to the growing list of TV renovation shows, it’s clear Australians still see the appeal in DIY (do-it-yourself). But can you really pull off a home addition with a “can do” attitude? Or, is calling in the professionals to DIFM (do-it-for-me) a better option? Here are a few pros and cons for each.
2017 House Rules winners Aaron and Daniella Winter debut their first big renovation project on YouTube, a classic Gold Coast waterfront house flip on Moola Court Broadbeach Waters, we decided to check in with Daniella to chat about their beautiful LYSAGHT LIVING® patio overlooking the area’s iconic canals.
From a power drill at the crack of dawn, to a cavalcade of trucks clogging a narrow street, many of us have experienced the downsides of a neighbour’s renovation. All it takes is communication and consideration to make your next build complaint-free. Here’s how…