Month: July 2019

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4 Homeowner Tax Incentives You Should Know

Owning a home can be expensive – which is why a lot of people prefer apartments or rental properties. If you’re a homeowner, however, you’ll find that the government does what it can to help and if you take the time, the following incentives can benefit you. Clean Energy Incentives in Most States Installing residential solar

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Maximise Your House’s Living Space with These Projects

Most homes don’t have enough space for all the things a homeowner wants. Property prices are rising very fast, and homebuyers often have to content themselves with very little space inside living rooms or bedrooms. What most people don’t realise is that there are nooks and crannies all over the house that can be converted

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Moving into a New Office Space: 5 Things to Remember

Moving into a new office space is both exciting and nerve-wracking. You’ve most probably learned to love your old office space, especially if you have been staying there for years now. However, getting a new space — a bigger and brighter space — is always something that employees and business owners will be proud of,

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Keeping the Health and Safety of Tenants

Letting out a property is not as simple as it seems. The renter is responsible for keeping the premises clean, safe, and in a liveable state. This means that once the renter leaves the premises, the room, house, or building is in good condition as it was when the renter first came to live there.

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The Lie of Self-sufficiency

Mistakes That First-Time Gardeners Commit and How to Fix Them You’ve moved out of your parents’ home, and you have a full-time job. You prepare your own meals, and if you can do home repairs, you do it yourself. You call yourself self-sufficient – but what does it mean for your interaction with your community?

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How to Spruce up Your Patio on a Budget

Whenever we see celebrity homes, we often wish that we have what they have: a mansion by the sea, a huge theater room, and a garden that will be the envy of the entire neighborhood. Unfortunately, not all of us can live like billionaires. But even if we don’t have a bank account as big

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Home Extensions: Adding Value to Your Property

A house is most likely the biggest purchase you’ll ever make in your lifetime. In fact, it can impact your personal finances more than you initially expected, considering that monthly payments for mortgages can be stressful and financially straining. However, despite its high cost, residential property is a great investment that promises hefty returns. Firstly,

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Top Things To Do Before a Business Relocation

It’s not easy to relocate to a new house. What’s even more difficult, however, is moving a business. Relocating a company or business in Adelaide or elsewhere comes with more challenges than a typical home relocation. Hiring professional business relocation services is a good option. To help you do it with less stress, here are some useful tips. Inform

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How Can You Protect Yourself From The Summer Heat?

Whether you’re running outside or going out for a stroll, expect your body temperature to rise, especially during the hot weather. But did you know that the summer heat can also get inside your home? The materials that you use inside your home can affect the temperature inside. Experts say that houses made of bricks,

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Shade for Your Home: 8 Kinds You Should Know About

Sunlight has a special way of brightening the moods of people, but too much of it can also wear you down. Inside the house or in other establishments, too much exposure can make strain your eyesight so the use of shades is appropriate. Getting one can also help cool down the surroundings a bit. The Common

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