Ready for a New Look? How to Protect Your Upholstery Fabric

22 November 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If your current living room set is beyond help, and you think your only option is a total replacement, think again. You might not realise this, but you can reupholster your furniture for a fraction of what it would cost for a complete replacement. If the seats are sagging, you might think that new upholstery won't help, but that's not the case. To restore sagging seats, all you need to do is add fresh padding and upholstery. Read More 

5 Ways That Canopy Awnings Protect Your and Your Home

21 September 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Canopy awnings can boost the value and kerb appeal of your property. Additionally, awnings can block sunlight from entering your home, which takes some of the strain off your air conditioners — and your electricity bill. However, canopy awnings can also protect you and your home, too. 1. Protect your indoor and outdoor furniture from UV light Prolonged exposure to UV light causes the colour of furniture and other furnishings to fade over time. Read More 

Choosing the Right Plantation Shutters for Your Home’s Windows

28 July 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you've been weighing up your options for window shutters and have decided to go with plantation shutters, you're probably a big fan of the Southern-style homes in America. There's simply no window treatment that's more synonymous with Southern-style residential architecture than these shutters. To get the most out of your plantation window shutters, you should keep in mind that everyone's situation is unique. Therefore, your home improvement project will require a personalised touch to execute properly. Read More 

Two tips to follow when buying interior shutters for an old property

26 May 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Here are two tips you might find useful when buying interior shutters for your old property. Get PVC or metal shutters if your home gets damp Whilst damp is a pretty rare issue in modern properties, it is very common in older ones. If your home often becomes damp in the chillier seasons, you should not get wooden interior shutters but should instead go for PVC or metal ones. Read More 

The Accessory You Should Always Pair With Your Swimming Pool

24 March 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Swimming pools are one of the most beloved and common additions to any house in Australia, especially for families who have smaller kids that love swimming. There are many safety features you should be aware of when buying a swimming pool, such as government-mandated fences and numerous exits, but something that is not often talked about is protection from the elements. Shade sails are the best way to keep your family safer from all types of elements when they are enjoying the pool, and they do this without imposing too much on the atmosphere of your pool and backyard. Read More