How To Choose Paint Colors And Other Design Elements For Your New Home

Posted on: 7 August 2018

While it might be exciting to have a home custom built, it can be difficult to know where to start when choosing all the elements for your brand-new home. So many choices need to be made. Particularly tricky is the choice of what paint color to choose for the walls and ceilings.  What you can do is first choose other design elements that provide more limited options and then move towards making final decisions about paint color.
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Why You Need to Be Cautious Before Ordering a Complete Home Demolition

Posted on: 30 June 2018

If you have bought a fixer upper which has certainly seen its better days, then you may want to completely demolish the building and create something more saleable in its place. After all, if the plot of land is valuable and it's in a great location, you need to maximise your investment. While you cannot wait to begin your new construction, why should you exercise some restraint before planning the actual demolition?
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Your Pool Pump Selection Guide

Posted on: 25 May 2018

If you are a new pool owner, you may find it quite a daunting task choosing a pool pump to match your pool's needs. Pool pumps are quite costly and making mistakes in the selection is something you will want to avoid. There's a range of options in the markets when it comes to pool pump solutions, which means you will have to narrow them down by evaluating a few key aspects.
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Edgy Design Tricks to Make Your Custom Home Build Pop

Posted on: 4 April 2018

The consensus among a majority of potential homeowners is that constructing a custom home will indubitably be more expensive than purchasing a pre-built property. However, what these individuals are not factoring into the equation is that by customising your property, you are more likely to spend the rest of your days in that house, which makes it a great investment for the long term. Moreover, with a few little tips and tricks, you can tweak your design plans to ensure maximum aesthetic appeal while still sticking to your budget.
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