Spring Clean your Wardrobe

Spring is the best time to consider decluttering your house and making room for a change in season. Plenty of us hold on to clothes for many seasons in the hope we might want to wear them again, however more often than not they continue to take up space and could be put to better use by donating them to your local charity. Stylists suggest a cleaner wardrobe starts you off in a better mindset at the beginning of each day, you will no longer have to sift through clothes that you…

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How to keep your indoor plant alive

If you are anything like us, the job of keeping a plant alive can be somewhat of a challenge. In the past we’ve tried durable Australian natives, we’ve watered plants to death and we’ve perhaps not offered the correct amount of lighting to ensure the longevity of our green friends. So we’ve done our research on the type of plant and the best way to treat them and have put together some steps to help keep a plant alive *hallelujah*

  1. Choose the…

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Will a fence increase the value of your property?

First impressions count, the facade of a property is often the first thing a buyer sees in the form of marketing or from driving by a property so consequently is one of the first places people are likely to spend money when fixing up their home to sell.


Updating the front of a property can be relatively inexpensive and can be done with (generally) minimal skill such as washing down the exterior walls and fence, if required repainting the front of your property to…

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How to check your hot water system

Before reporting a fault, it is important to establish which type of hot water system you have. There are of course two main types of hot water systems, Gas and Electric.

If your unit is electric and you are not getting any hot water

-Check the switch board to see if anything has tripped.

-Check if any water comes out of the tap. If you have cold water, it suggests maybe the element or thermostat.

-If no water is coming out, please look around the unit for any leaking / over flow of water

In most cases, an electric unit is in the house/…

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