The Essential Service You Need To Call Before Buying Your Home

It feels amazing when you have found a house that you love in a good neighbourhood and all you have to do to secure it is sign the contract. However, before you get carried away in the emotions of this time, it is vital that you still think logically about this house and this situation. The last thing you want to do is buy a home that turns out to have a lot of underlying issues. Read More 

4 Easy Ways To Control The Noise From Transformers

It is not unusual for transformers to produce some humming or buzzing sounds during operation. The noise is as a result of the magnetostriction effect. While it is not possible to eliminate these sounds, there are a few things you can during assembly and installation to manage and keep the noise levels in check. Here is a rundown of some pointers to keep in mind. 1. Leave Some Space Around The Transformers Read More 

What to Know about Portable Asbestos-Detecting Devices

If you know you have asbestos in your home, then you also know you will need asbestos waste removal. The problem is that you may not know how much asbestos is in the home or how much waste it will produce. One of the ways you can detect the asbestos amount is to use a portable detecting device. If you have never used this type of device, here are a few things you need to know about them. Read More 

Why Your House May Pose A Threat To Your Health And What To Do

Building standards have changed and evolved over time as different materials and procedures have been found to be not as safe as new material. There is no greater example of this than the discovery that asbestos, a commonly used building material for hundreds of years, had extremely negative effects on the health of those who lived amongst it. Fortunately, as this information became widely available, Australia banned it from being used in this way and from the early to mid-1990s it was phased out. Read More 

A Ceiling Pimple: What to Do When Water Pools in Your Ceiling Caviity

The inside of your home is supposed to remain as it is, unchanging aside from the cosmetic differences, such as re-positioning your furniture or when your kids leave a mess. It can be unsettling when your home develops a new feature⸺like a sign that something is seriously amiss. The plastering in your ceiling should always be smooth and flat, so an obvious bulge in your ceiling can be a cause for alarm, particularly if it has already begun to drip water. Read More