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Home Improvements on a Budget: DIY Hacks that Only Look Expensive

Home improvements do not have to be expensive. These days, there are several ways you can refurbish your home without paying the continuously rising costs for professional remodelling and interior design. From using inexpensive materials to taking advantage of interior design hacks, there is an overabundance of ways you can customise your home without breaking …

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Promoting Plant Health and Aesthetic Appeal Through Regular Pruning

Pruning is vital to the health of woody perennial plants in a garden. Careful attention to pruning basics can help homeowners maintain the beauty and vigour of the plants and trees in their landscapes. Moving to a new home where the landscape has been allowed to become overgrown presents a challenge to the homeowner. Controlling …

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How to Protect Your Home and Health from the Sun

Natural lighting is important in every home. By allowing enough natural light into your house, you get to brighten and warm up your space without the need for light bulbs or central heating. But of course, you need to manage natural light properly through the strategic use of window coverings, awnings and patio roofs. Patio roofs, in …

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Taking Hold of the Heat Wave with Your Home Air Conditioner

Overheating might be a term used for when an engine works too hard, but it can also be used for people too. The human body can easily acclimate to the environment, but when there is intense heat, it could affect a person and could even aggravate serious health issues. People with cardiovascular and respiratory problems …

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How Much Should You Spend to Live Near the Beach?

Those who want to buy beachside property in Queensland’s Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast should expect to spend an average of $837,500 in Mooloolaba and $865,000 in Burleigh Heads, respectively. Apartments cost significantly less than stand-alone houses. You can buy a beachside unit in Mooloolaba for $424,750 on average, while a similar property in Burleigh …

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