• 5 Signs it is Time to Call a Plumber 05/04/2018

    When life gets busy you don’t have time to waste on problems that don’t exist. Before you call a service you want to be 100% sure that you need to. When it comes to plumbing, overlooked issues can grow to cause widespread damage that will cost a pretty penny to fix. Never fear, today we …

  • 5 Steps To Achieving An Eco-Friendly Bathroom 28/03/2018

    Aiming to have an eco-friendly bathroom is important. Whether it’s to conserve nature’s resources, to create a healthier space, or even to lower our monthly bills, it should be a point of interest for all renovators and homeowners. Today, we explore five ways you can transform your bathroom in more eco-friendly ways. 1) Buy eco-friendly …

  • Water Leaks: What To Do 20/01/2018

    Many costs associated with property are the result of water damage, caused through leaky pipes. As a natural element, water is incredibly powerful, and can be quite destructive. In this week’s blog, we’re going to give you the low-down on water leaks and water leak detection, so that you’re prepared if this happens to you. …

  • 4 Grimy Things In Your Shower

    Bathrooms are sanctuaries; places to wash away the dirt and stress of the day. But whilst we emerge clean and refreshed, our bathrooms are often home to germs that we may not even be aware of. These can not only lead to bad hygiene but also lead to physical harm if unchecked. In this week’s …

  • What To Do If You Have Rusty Pipes 16/01/2018

    If you’re horrified at brown-tinted water flowing from your tap, you’re definitely not alone. The good news is that if it’s caused by rust, the water won’t pose a threat to your health. The condition of your pipes, on the other hand, may not be in such good working order. Rusty pipes can lead to …

  • How To Choose a Shower  03/01/2018

    Selecting the right shower is crucial to your bathroom design. But with so many different options available, how do you know which shower best suits you? Well, in this week’s blog, we explore the different types of showers, as well as what you need to know to make the right decision.  1) Electric  The first type of shower is electric. The benefits …

  • 4 Reasons Why You Should Decorate Your Bathroom With Plants 15/12/2017

    Want to transform your bathroom into a space of lush greenery and good energy all round? Summer is just around the corner- and one of the best ways to celebrate the heat is to bring in some of the greenery from outdoors. Though they’re a simple addition, plants overhaul your entire room into something completely …

  • 3 Ways Heavy Rainfall Affects Your Pipes 30/11/2017

    Over the next weekend, Melbourne forecasters are expecting record breaking rain across Victoria, with major flooding to be expected. Half of Melbournians are likely to have never seen rain this heavy ever before! This weather is estimated to bucket down an entire summer’s worth of rain over the course of just three days, so it’s …

  • How To Clean Your Toilet Like a Pro  16/11/2017

    Cleaning the toilet is typically a dreaded activity. But with the toilet being one of the most frequently used spaces in the home, it’s essential that your toilet is regularly cleaned to prevent nasty bacteria and germs from developing. With guests staying or visiting your home too, it makes a dramatic difference when your toilet …

  • How To Handle That Leaky Faucet 14/11/2017

    More than a simple household annoyance, a leaky faucet comes with a whole host of problems from higher water bills to water damage and wasted water. A leaky faucet to drip is almost akin to your hard earned money just trickling down the drain- it may add anywhere from $20 to $200 to your annual …

  • Your Guide To Buying a Hot Water System  09/11/2017

    A hot water system is an essential purchase for every home. From electric to solar to gas storage, there are a range of hot water systems available to suit your budget. So which hot water system is right for you? If you’re unsure, keep reading as we share everything you need to know about buying …

  • Natural Ingredients That Will Change Your Cleaning Routine 24/10/2017

    Many store-bought cleaners contain nasty chemicals which can be incredibly dangerous for your family, especially children and pets. These cleaners may contain a range of hazardous chemicals such as carcinogens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and endocrine (hormone) disrupting chemicals. These chemicals may be dangerous for us, but they’re also dangerous for the environment. They may …

  • Ways To Save Water Around The House 19/10/2017

    Whether you’re environmentally conscious, looking to save a dime on your water bill, or both, reusing or saving water around your house can only be a good thing. Cutting back on water use is an amazing way to conserve water and help the planet. Luckily, many of the measures you can put in place to …

  • 3 Reasons To Consider A Bidet 10/10/2017

    Popular across Europe, Asia and the Middle East, bidets offer an alternative to the humble toilet paper. Arguably a more environmentally friendly choice, that promotes greater personal hygiene and helps to prevent clogging, bidets are less common ‘down under’. Do bidets actually a better choice? In this week’s article, we’ll be going through three reasons …

  • 3 Things You Need To Clean In Your Bathroom Everyday 09/10/2017

    Cleaning the bathroom is a task that not many of us enjoy, and for good reason. With bacteria and soap scum among just some of the gross things to be found in your bathroom, it can seem like a daunting task. But if you take to cleaning some parts of your bathroom everyday, it can …