Why you should never forget your land survey

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Are you looking for land surveyors? If you have recently purchased land that you want to develop then you will need to arrange for land surveyors to examine the site before you can begin to build on it. Don't take a risk and begin to build before you have had a full survey conducted on the land. It can be tempting to try and save time by building your property and applying for planning permission afterwards but that is a highly risky strategy and could lead to you being forced to demolish your new building at your own expense.
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Building Inspections — Signs of Residential Structural Damage to Be Vigilant Of

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Purchasing a new home is not something that you can do on a whim. Therefore, although some people may choose to skip a building inspection in the name of cost cutting, this is not advisable. Even when the seller has carried out their building inspection, it is still imperative to hire a company to provide building inspections services, to be on the safe side. Here is a simple guide to some of the signs of residential structural damage that you should be vigilant of that would warrant a thorough building inspection.
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How to prevent your pipework and water appliances from hard water damage

Posted on: 22 January 2018

Not many people think about the type of water that will be supplied to their homes when they are making plans about pipework installation. Places that have a supply of hard water get unique plumbing problems that could be avoided by due diligence before the installation.  In case you have noticed signs, such as clogged and dirty pipes, and your appliances are becoming inefficient faster than they should, it is possible that you are dealing with hard water.
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Timber Flooring: Four Steps To Finding Your Perfect Fit

Posted on: 22 January 2018

Nothing communicates timeless quality like timber and, with a diverse range of timber decking and wood laminate flooring on the Australian market, choosing the right timber for your home can be overwhelming. If you long for the luxury of timber beneath your feet, follow these four steps to find the perfect fit for your home and budget. 1. Location Do you live close to the sea, in a damp rainforest or a bushfire prone area?
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