Important Factors to Remember When Choosing a Trailer for Hire

Hiring a trailer can be a great way of hauling equipment and tools as well as furniture or anything else as needed, without the expense of actually owning a trailer, finding a place to store it, and so on. When you do hire a trailer, you want to ensure you choose the right one and know what's involved in its use, so note a few important factors to remember when you're ready to rent. [Read More]

Building Design: Simple Ways To Make Your Home Even More Energy Efficient

Energy is one of the main concerns that home builders across the country should have in mind when designing their future builds. In all developed countries, energy consumption accounts for a huge chunk of domestic utility bills. In the hot Australian climate, the case is the same due to an abundant need for indoor cooling. Through building design, you can help to lower these energy costs without affecting your living habits in any way. [Read More]

Metal Carports: Tips to Keeping Them Well Maintained

If you do not have a garage, carports are one of the most convenient structures that you could invest in as shelter for your vehicle. A popular material used to manufacture these carports is metal. Nevertheless, although metal is supposed to be durable and hardwearing, it does not mean it will be immune to direct exposure to the elements over time. If you would like to keep your metal carport in optimum condition, there are a number of measures that you would have to take. [Read More]

Kangaroos Eating Your Lettuce? It's Time To Consider An Exclusion Fence Before Planting New Crops

There is little more frustrating than having a garden filled with freshly grown vegetables wiped out by a hoard of hungry kangaroos. With spring arriving in Australia, now is the perfect time to get planting your vegetable gardens, and it is also a good time to take a closer look at your current fencing. As someone who has seen kangaroos wandering in your area in the past, you'll be surprised at just how effective an exclusion fence can be. [Read More]