From dreaming to planning everything you need to know about kit homes
When designing and building a new home, a lot of the focus generally lies on the main living areas such as the kitchen and family living room. However, your bathroom and ensuites deserve some extra attention, too.
Building a new home is an incredibly exciting and rewarding experience, but it does require a lot of planning. From the layout to design finishes, choosing what to include when building your dream home is an important part of the process.
Building a house is a great opportunity. Essentially a blank canvas, you can design a space to your exact wants and needs. Importantly, you also have the opportunity to infuse the home with your style and personality.
Metal roofs, and Colorbond® in particular, are quickly becoming the preferred roofing material for homes in Australia. Why? Because Colorbond® is stylish, lightweight, sturdy, thermally insulated, and highly resilient under the testing Australian weather conditions.
Designing and later building a home is an exciting process. For most, it’s even a dream come true. However, all of this excitement can quickly fade if the associated costs begin to spiral out of control.
Building a home from the ground up is a very rewarding experience. You are able to watch a site be vacated and a new homestead take its place. However, it’s often overlooked just how involved this process is.
Verandahs not only add a finishing touch to many homes, but they also add living space, protect your family and your home from the elements, and they can even save you money in the long run. Find out why the good old verandah is an important part of any home.
When deciding between building or buying a home, there is a lot to consider. At the end of the day, this is a highly individualised decision that will be based on a number of different factors. To make the decision making process easier, it’s important to be informed.
Having made the decision to build your dream house, you would have realised by now that there are a lot of decisions to make along the way. Therefore, somewhere along the line you will need to make a choice between steel or timber frames.
Australia has always faced the devastating impact of bushfires. Now, thanks to the effects of climate change, the loss of lives and property has been significant. This has prompted reviews of already stringent codes around building in bushfire prone zones.
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