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Reinvent Your Home

My name is Jackie. Welcome to my new blog. This blog is designed to offer advice and information to anyone out there who is considering reinventing their home. I woke up one morning and realised that I hadn't changed the decor of my home in over 15 years. The wallpaper was faded, the fireplace looked dated and the paint on the walls was chipped and cracked. I woke my husband and insisted that we take action. The next day, I contacted various remodelling contractors and started discussing plans. I spent the next couple of weeks chatting with them as they completely transformed my home. I was so pleased with the result, I decided to start a blog.

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How To Conduct Kitchen Renovations
23 July 2021

If you intend to conduct home improvements, it wil

Office Fitout Hacks When Remodelling the Workplace for Enhanced Productivity
24 March 2021

Most business owners will engage in an office fito

Benefits of Natural Stone Benchtops
19 January 2021

One of the main decisions you'll need to make when

4 Reasons Why Bathroom Renovations Are a Project You Need to Undertake
23 October 2020

The first room to show signs of wear and tear is o

A Strong House, a Safe Home! 3 Reasons Professional Underpinning Is Vital for Your House
29 May 2020

If the walls of your house have cracks and you can

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4 Reasons Why Bathroom Renovations Are a Project You Need to Undertake

The first room to show signs of wear and tear is often the bathroom. With time, the bathroom tiles become stained, and the facets look outdated. Your bathroom becomes an unpleasant sight, and having a shower after a long day at work is no longer something you look forward to.  So, if you want your bathroom to look appealing or are considering selling your home in the future, invest in professional bathroom renovations. Read More 

A Strong House, a Safe Home! 3 Reasons Professional Underpinning Is Vital for Your House

If the walls of your house have cracks and you can't identify the cause, then its foundation is failing. Any failing house foundation should be underpinned to restore its structural strength and integrity. During underpinning, you dig underneath the footings of your residential building to assess how severe the foundation damage is. After digging to the required depth, the underpinning experts place new concrete around or under the existing foundation to support the footings, stabilise the soil and get the floors and walls back to their original condition. Read More