Ways to Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient During a Home Renovation
20 October 2020
When planning home renovations, you may be focused on the aesthetic and practical facets of different flooring and surface materials. While this is important, don't forget to incorporate passive design principles that will heat and cool your home more naturally, reducing energy consumption on heating and cooling. Consider the following ideas.
Use Efficient Window Glass
Opening up your home with expansive windows is a popular way to connect the indoors and outdoors.
3 Instances When Kitchen Renovations Might Not Be Optional
27 July 2020
Renovating a kitchen is a critical home improvement project and a great way to invest your money. However, you shouldn't do it before you identify the needs you want to address. Although most homeowners renovate their kitchen to make it look new and beautiful, this is not the only reason a kitchen should be renovated. Here are some other compelling reasons to renovate your kitchen.
You Need a More Energy-Efficient Kitchen
Everything You Should Know About Underpinning
2 December 2019
The desire to create a strong building foundation has brought many useful innovations, with the most effective one being underpinning. In simple terms, underpinning is the process of repairing the faulty foundations of a building to make them stronger. During underpinning, the architects extend the foundation to a broader area so that it can provide greater support. Read on to learn more about underpinning and its benefits.
Reasons for underpinning
Why Vinyl Cladding Is the Best Low-Maintenance Option for Your Home
12 August 2019
Vinyl cladding has graced the walls of homes from America to Australia since the late 1950s, ever since it was introduced as a replacement for aluminium cladding.
In the early days, however, vinyl cladding developed a poor reputation. Back then, it was brittle and hence easily cracked or damaged. But don't let the failures of vinyl cladding's past put you off. Modern vinyl cladding is far superior to the cladding that first appeared on the market.