Welcome to My Crib! Tips on How to Build an Allergy-friendly Home.

Posted on: 5 January 2017

Building a home and making it your own is one of the biggest investments you'll make in your life. As an allergy sufferer, having an eco-healthy home is probably everything you have ever dreamed of. Well, it doesn't have to be a dream anymore! You can turn it into a reality by following a few tips to help you build a house that is an allergy-free haven. Finding a home site
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Roofing: Performance Considerations to Bear in Mind

Posted on: 30 December 2016

Purchasing roofing is one of the more significant investments that you will make for your structure. As such, it would be crucial to ensure that you are buying materials that would be able to meet your needs. A mistake some people make is to base their decision on affordable material as they are trying to stay within their budget. This may seem financially logical but the reality is some materials may not be able to provide you with the performance that you need.
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The upsides of fibre cement boards

Posted on: 20 December 2016

Fibre cement is one of the materials used in covering the exterior parts of domestic and commercial buildings. It is made of cellulose fibres, cement and sand. Fibre cement has been used for many years and through advancement in innovation and technology, fibre cement products have been developed and improved. One of the most widely used fibre cement products in home construction is the fibre cement board. A fibre cement board is made from cellulose fibres and cement, which gives it its strength and durability.
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Roof Repairs: Glaring Signs Your Roofing Needs Them

Posted on: 19 December 2016

With some homeowners, their roofing is typically out of sight, out of mind. However, this is one of the most crucial aspects of your home as it functions to provide your entire household with protection against the elements. Despite roofing materials being built for longevity, the constant exposure to changing weather patterns will mean they eventually acquire damage. Spotting the signs of wear and tear in good time could make the difference between having to contend with minor repairs or having to opt for complete roof replacement.
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