Why You May Need to Install Soakwells around Your Home

Posted on: 26 June 2019

If you own a home, then you know that you have certain responsibilities and need to make sure that your property is maintained in accordance with local rules and regulations. You may be able to keep to yourself and act as a good neighbour to others while keeping your house in good condition, but you may have to go even further than that. In other words, you may well be responsible for managing the rain that falls on your home, especially during monsoon season.
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5 Tips for Stabilising a Dirt Road

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Paving the road often doesn't make financial sense in remote areas, but unfortunately, dirt roads can get rutted and eroded relatively quickly, especially after a rainstorm. Then, you have to go out and repair them. To minimise repairs, you may want to take steps to stabilise your dirt road. Consider the following ideas: 1. Remove Vegetation Roots from nearby trees can stretch into the road and disrupt its surface. To prevent this from happening, you may need to remove some of the trees around the road.
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4 Reasons Natural Stone is Worth the Added Cost Over Concrete for Your Pool Surround

Posted on: 7 February 2018

Experts predict an in-ground home pool will cost anywhere from $6,500 to $100,000, so most people look for ways to cut down on costs. Opting for a concrete surround instead of paving with natural stone can seem like a good idea, but concrete lacks many of natural stone's more appealing benefits. Here are just four reasons why choosing natural stone paving for your pool surround is worth the cost over concrete.
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Residential Surface Rendering: Understanding the Material Options for Your Project.

Posted on: 30 November 2017

Rendering is an ideal process to consider if your residential surfaces are showing signs of wear and tear. In simple terms, this improvement technique involves the application of a finishing coating or layer over the damaged surfaces. Rendering will improve the aesthetic appeal of the home. It will conceal the signs of wear and provide a decorative effect. Also, a surface render will protect the internal structures from exposure to moisture and ultraviolet radiation.
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