3 Rainwater Problems Solved By Gutter Replacement

Posted on: 13 October 2018

Spring has arrived in Australia, and with it comes seasonal rain which can be quite heavy at times. After a long, dry winter, many homes are not prepared for the days of rainfall that spring brings. As someone who is fed up with watching the water overflow from your gutters, you know they need replacing, but you don't know what to replace them with. Here are three common rainwater flow problems which can be solved by choosing the right replacement gutter.
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What to Do If There is a Crack in Your Foundation

Posted on: 26 September 2018

A crack in the foundation of your property can be easily repaired but it may also be a sign of a larger structural problem. If you find a crack in your foundation, here are the steps that you should take. Check the exterior First, check your exterior walls. Each wall should be straight. You can use a level to check each wall. If there is a protuberance in the foundation or a wall, either the foundation has altered or the surrounding environment has placed strenuous pressure on the walls.
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Don't Overlook These Details When Buying a New Furnace

Posted on: 1 August 2018

If you need a new furnace for your home, no doubt you're concerned about your budget and the cost of a new model's purchase and installation. However, there are many other details and features you should consider when buying a new furnace, beyond just the price tag. Keeping all these details in mind when shopping will ensure you end up with a furnace that works well for your heating needs, creating a comfortable environment in your home for many winters to come!
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What to Look out for When Choosing a Skylight Window Manufacturer

Posted on: 26 June 2018

Skylight windows have become a common feature in most Australian homes today. With the benefits of installing a skylight ranging from cutting down of electricity costs to improving air quality, it is clear to understand why the windows have become a darling for many Australian homeowners. However, as is common in any free market, high demand for skylight windows means stiff competition among manufacturers. While this is a blessing to contractors, choosing and settling on one manufacturer can be a challenge.
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