Minor But Important Details to Remember When Choosing a New Hot Water Heater

When you're ready to choose a new hot water system for your home, you may be thinking of its capacity, and if it's large enough to ensure you always have hot water available. This is certainly a very important consideration to take into account, but it's not the only one! There are many seemingly minor but important details you'll want to remember when choosing a new hot water heater, so note a few of them here, and you'll be sure to end up with a heater that works well for your needs. [Read More]

What to Do if You're Suffering With Smelly Drains

Are you someone who relies on all the different systems within your home to help you with your everyday life, but start to panic when something goes wrong? If you are, don't worry, as many Australians share your pain. You may like to rely on professional contractors to deal with all things electrical and never think about trying to complete a repair yourself. However, when it comes to the plumbing, there are some actions you can take if an issue should suddenly arise. [Read More]

Essential Safety Tips for Installing Gas Appliances

If you've recently purchased a gas appliance, you need to be extremely careful whilst installing it. Allowing gas to escape could lead to a serious injury. Here are some of the most important safety tips to keep in mind. 1. Turn Off the Gas Do not do anything until you have turned off the gas to the home. If you have never done this before, double check that you actually turned it off correctly by trying to light the pilot on the existing gas appliance. [Read More]

3 Ways To Add Visual Interest To Your Monochromatic Bathroom Renovation

Like many Australians, you may be considering a monochromatic palette for your bathroom renovation project. Monochrome is a stylish and modern look and involves using a minimal range of colours that are all slight variations of one key hue. Sometimes a monochromatic palette can look a little bland and flat, so here are three ways you can inject some visual interest and texture into your bathroom design. 1. A free-standing bathtub [Read More]