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How To Lay Turf

Laying new turf can liven up any backyard. From increasing the resale value of your property to attracting new tenants, laying new turf has many benefits. But what’s the best way to lay turf in order to create a soft green lawn in just a month? Follow our step-by-step guide to laying turf to find out…

How to maintain a pool for beginners

How To Maintain A Pool For Beginners

But, whether you have recently installed a pool or have just moved into a new house with a pool for the Summer, like many others you may be at a loss as to how exactly the pool should be maintained. What chemicals need to be added? How often should it be cleaned? What happens when it rains?

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Low Maintenance Garden Ideas For Investment Properties

If you’ve rented out an investment property before then you’ll know how important it is to have a low maintenance garden to ensure you don’t return to a yard that has been overrun by weeds. However, as a landlord, it can be difficult to find the perfect balance...

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Landscaping To Increase Property Value

Landscaping is one of the easiest ways to improve the value of your property. In fact, a recent study in Perth found that homeowners achieved a 109% return on every dollar they spent on landscaping. That’s a higher return on investment than any other type of home improvement

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How To Build A Fire Pit | A Beginner’s Guide

Before you begin the construction of your fire pit you’ll need to check the recreational fire codes for your area. You will also need to where you want to build your fire pit ensuring you are meeting any council regulations. Generally, you should choose a grassy area at least 3 metres away from…

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garden supplies Tarragindi7 Creative Gardening Tips For Renters

Gardening in a rental home can seem like a waste of time and money as eventually, you will have to leave your garden and start over. However, that doesn’t mean gardening is out of the question in a rental home, it simply means you need to get a little creative…

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