A great way to start your journey to a more sustainable home is to take some of the toxins that come in everyday Cleaning products and building materials. The three main household toxins of concern are: Benzene Formaldehyde Trichloroethylene These carcinogenic chemicals are used in the manufacturing of synthetic substances and materials and are off-gased from new materials for some time (up to several years, depending on the material of product in question). The great news is that there are several plants that both live well indoors and not only absorb these toxins they help move purified air around you…
Monthly Archives: September 2015
With his swept-back hair, tanned face and the insouciance of a world traveller, Barry Du Bois looks as though he’s just stepped off a yacht, something he’s done a lot of in the past few years. His own yacht is in Turkey right now and he’s a bit landlocked here at Channel Ten in Sydney, but he’s ready and willing to take us on a journey, and a quite amazing one. He’s had wonderful times – the freedom and joy of the boat features heavily and, always, his family – and he’s faced tough times with both he and his…
A great moment in my TV Career is no doubt the 2015 TV week Logies, Winning “Best Lifestyle Show” is a real highlight and being able to share this experience as a we did together was really amazing. The relationship the four of us share is very special to me, the belief respect and love we have for one and other is at times overwhelming. We love that we get to share our experience, with you all.
Whether it’s a blow up nylon above ground or concrete with Italian Mosaics sunken amongst a designer style oasis setting, swimming pools make for a lot of fun! But adding one isn’t something to dive into without understanding everything involved. As seen on realestate.com.au -> http://www.realestate.com.au/blog/backyard-pools-considerations/
As a builder and developer of over 30 years, I can tell you that people start judging a home by its street appeal. And that means: fences, driveways, pathways. As seen on realestate.com.au -> http://www.realestate.com.au/blog/street-appeal-what-your-driveway-says-about-your-house/
If you intend to renovate for profit I believe you have to do three things simultaneously. Master these and you’ll develop an understanding of how to manage renovation projects. As seen on realestate.com.au -> http://www.realestate.com.au/blog/renovation-profit-tips/