9 December 2016
As a kid, the most important factor you look for in the garage door is the ability for you to close it with time for you to roll under in the style of Indiana Jones. However, that thrilling race against time that made you look and feel like an action hero was probably very dangerous. What would have happened if you had become stuck? As you grow up, you realise that the ability of a garage door to make you feel like Indiana Jones is probably the least important thing to look for when you are purchasing garage doors.
7 December 2016
Installing a security screen is an ideal way to deter thieves, but security screens often act as targets for graffiti artists. Coming back to see the screen covered in spray paint can be incredibly annoying, so take the four steps listed below to deter any graffiti artists. 1. Install a Motion-Sensitive Light Graffiti artists aren't stupid, and only the most brazen will work in the full light. Instead they prefer spraying paint on doors that are hidden in the shadows, so you can often deter them simply by placing a motion-sensitive light next to your door.
7 December 2016
Maintaining a warm and cosy household during the winter months while at the same time not spending a fortune on energy bills requires a fine balancing act. Since the cooling and heating of Australian homes accounts for an estimated 23% of energy use throughout the country, selecting a heater that saves on cost but is also effective is essential. While gas heaters are the better choice in some cases, other homes may benefit from more portable electric heaters.
8 June 2016
Your garage door tracks should work for years without issue without ever becoming misaligned, but there are still some problems that you need to watch out for if yours are going to go the distance. Misalignment is one of the most common issues that owners can be faced with, and this is a problem that will usually demand the attention of a professional. Here are four reasons why your garage door tracks might become misaligned.
26 January 2016
Security should always be a major concern for your property. One of the most cost effective ways to add security to your home is by installing a specialised door. It is possible to choose from a variety of security door kits, but metal can be a preferred option. Metal security doors are designed to be even more difficult to break into due to the durability of the material. It is essential that, before you begin installing a metal security door, you are aware of tips designed to make the installation process simpler.
22 January 2016
When you are considering improving the safety and security of your residential or commercial property, having them fitted with security doors can be an option. Not only will this make your property more secure but it is less likely that it will be a target for intruders. By installing security doors on your facility's entrance way, you will discourage potential intruders by making it harder for them to break into your property.
2 December 2015
In a perfect world, everyone would have a large, spacious bedroom with plenty of floor space and storage. Unfortunately, not all bedrooms fit this ideal, and many people have smaller bedrooms than they would prefer. There is no quick fix to make your bedroom larger, but there are some clever design tricks that will help to make the room feel more spacious, create more storage, and maximise the space that you do have available.