Bathroom Renovation Advice ArticlesView all types of renovations
When it comes to planning your new bathroom, there’s a lot to think about! Take a look at our series of helpful articles on bathroom renovation. They include advice on planning, design, products and fixtures.
Rodney Renovation Builders
It has been said that New Zealand’s weather is a bit like experiencing four seasons in one day (thanks, Crowded House). While the weather metaphor might not be accurate, the diversity one is when it comes to renovating in the Rodney district.
Adelaide home renovation builders
Recently voted one of the world’s most liveable cities’, Adelaide, capital of South Australia, enjoys a wonderful climate, excellent infrastructure and amenities and offers plenty of opportunity for renovators.
How much electrical work are you allowed to do yourself?
Kiwis are big fans of DIY but when it comes to electrical work it’s best to be informed on what work you can do before it’s too late. Matt Slater, Director at EAV answers how far you can go with your DIY electrical work.
How to re-use and recycle materials from your renovation
David Wright, Growth Manager at Junk Run Ltd, answers how you can re-use and recycle a lot of the materials from your renovation.
How to prevent borer
When it comes to the integrity of your home, preventing borer, which can promote wood rot, is a major factor that needs to be addressed. David Birttain, Technical Support Manager at Kiwicare Corporation Ltd, answers how you can prevent borer attacks.
Tiled vs acrylic showers
Showers are an essential component of any bathroom. While baths may be seen as the glamour option when it comes to luxuriant bathing, contemporary showers can also bring a splash of style to your bathing areas.
Changes to insulation and fire alarm laws in New Zealand
Hamish Aitken, Managing Director at Premier Insulation answers how landlords can prepare for the changes to insulation and fire alarms laws in New Zealand.
10 steps to choosing the right home renovation specialist
So you’re about to embark on the biggest project of your life, why should you choose a renovation specialist rather than doing it yourself, and what should you look out for?
Moves to cool the Auckland housing market
House prices continue to surge across New Zealand topping 20% for the year to 30 September 2015, an 11 year high. Unsurprisingly, Auckland leads at 29%, but the rest of the North Island is now up 16%. High Auckland prices are creating a halo effect as buyers compete for better value in Northland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty.
Renovations that add value to your home
Renovating your home to improve its form and function for your family is one thing; essentially you’re working with a blank canvas – you have the creative freedom to do as you wish within your budget. Renovating with the intention of adding value before selling is quite another.
Manawatu Renovation Builders
With affordable living, short commute times, a prestigious university and exceptional recreational opportunities, the Manawatu is fast becoming an attractive prospect for those seeking a relaxed family lifestyle. As a result, many Manawatu towns have caught the renovation bug.
How to make dirty grout clean
Mike Syddall from The Tile Depot explains how to make your dirty grout clean.
Sydney Renovation Builders
Spectacularly situated on the world’s largest natural harbour, Sydney enjoys a myriad of natural and man-made attractions and is full of opportunities for renovators.
Auckland Renovation Builders
While renovating rather than buying is becoming increasingly popular, Auckland homeowners should thoroughly investigate their options to avoid potential pitfalls.
Bathroom mixers to suit your style
When it comes time to putting those final touches to your bathroom renovation, the options can be overwhelming. To make life a bit easier for you, we’ve put together a list of mixers – from classic to quirky and fun – that will hopefully make this final process a bit more fun.
Stylish and functional bathtub options
We’ve compiled a list of bathtub options that take into account both style and space. Which one would you choose for your next bathroom renovation?