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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.
How to maximize your ensuite bathroom space
The expectation that every master bedroom must have an ensuite has helped push real estate values to a new level, states Nadia Sakey.
Rockingham, WA renovation builders
Famous for fabulous beaches and Shoalwater’s superb Marine Park, the City of Rockingham offers residents a great lifestyle, just 40 minutes’ drive from Perth.
London renovation builders
Renovating in London is becoming increasingly popular but with many layers of history and different architectural styles there are a host of regulations to comply with. As a result, renovation builders are becoming sought after to help renovators avoid the headaches and pitfalls that can come with their renovation.
Central Coast renovation builders
With pressure on housing in Sydney, the Central Coast is experiencing both a building boom and a rise in people moving in and wanting to renovate.
Fremantle, WA renovation builders
Situated at the mouth of the Swan Harbour, Fremantle is WA’s largest working port and is famous for its history and heritage, its spectacular waterfront, beaches and cool youthful vibe.
London bathroom renovation FAQs
London boasts an eclectic mix and match of houses and flats – along with many mishmash bathrooms that are more than ready for a makeover. Here are some frequently asked questions about renovating a bathroom in London.
Tauranga renovation builders
The city of Tauranga embodies all the qualities one might expect from a region known as the Bay of Plenty. With its sweeping arc of ocean beach, restful harbour, high sunshine hours and close proximity to so many North Island main centres, it is no wonder that this is also one of the fastest growing areas in the country.
Asbestos removal in Australia
Asbestos removal can be a health risk. That’s why we are giving you some information on how to safely remove it from your home when you plan to renovate.
Franklin renovation builders
Auckland meets Waikato in Franklin, a largely rural region that stretches from the wild-wet Awhitu Peninsular to the soporific Firth of Thames. Famed for its rich soils and plentiful sunshine, agriculture is Franklin’s backbone. Yet even farmers like some luxuries and big city sophistication mixes easy with the rarefied country air.
Renovation builders in Albany, WA
Known for its spectacular surroundings, historical heritage and strong community spirit, Albany is a city many renovators are proud to call home.
How to improve your bathroom on a budget
Starting from only a few hundred dollars when you consider installing extractor fans or rain shower fittings through to several thousand dollars when it comes to underfloor heating or waterproof entertainment systems – there are options that improve the bathroom experience to suit every budget. Take a look at some of the best bathroom add-ons.
Bunbury, WA renovation builders
Beloved for its beautiful beaches and the pods of bottlenose dolphins that swim and play in its coastal waters, the lively port city of Bunbury is a great place to live, work – and renovate.
How to renovate a rental bathroom
Interior designer and property consultant from The House Doctor, Nadia Sakey, gives her advice on how to quickly and efficiently renovate a rental bathroom.
The pros and cons of triple glazed windows
If you're looking to renovate your period property, you may have heard about the recent trend towards installing triple-glazed windows over double-glazed.
We look at the pros and cons of installing triple glazed windows in your home.
Effective storage solutions
It’s frustrating when your clothes fall off shelves and nowhere to store your food in your pantry, or items in your kitchen. Keep everything in its place with our effective storage solutions.
How to prevent a damp, cold and mouldy home
New Zealand’s mild climate can trick us into thinking ‘she’ll be right’ when it comes to the warmth of our homes. But according to the latest HRV State of Home Survey1, a third of Kiwis live in cold, damp, hard-to-heat homes, and that’s bad news for our health, our homes and our wallets.