Garden & Landscaping

Garden & Landscaping

Best Uses for a Bobcat for landscaping your home

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Garden & Landscaping | Comments Off

In Australia, the construction industry seems to be in full flow once again. This follows years where a housing market slump and an economic downturn gripped most of the globe and new construction, including renovation, was all put on the back burner. But now that we are all up and running once more, you may want to consider bobcat hire in Melbourne for your backyard services; if only to make your home and garden so much more appealing. A bobcat is a versatile piece of plant machinery – that can do so much for your backyard – which you will be amazed at how much easier life in...

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How to enhance your backyard

Posted by on May 8, 2014 in Garden & Landscaping | Comments Off

Not everyone is lucky enough to have backyard space at home, but for those who do, it can be such a fun and exciting process to transform it into a space you love. There are so many different ways to decorate a backyard – the hard part is trying to figure out what exactly it is you want to do with the space. Firstly, if you are looking for a simple way to increase the practicality of your backyard, a great way to do this is by adding in decking or paving. This will open up your options when it comes to improving or upgrading your area as it will act as a foundation which you can build...

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How to prepare your garden for the Melbourne winter

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Building & Construction, Garden & Landscaping | Comments Off

The garden is the prettiest part of a home. It should be decorated and maintained properly so that it can be the center of attraction for all. While designing the garden, landscape shape, size and style of the home must be taken into consideration. The landscape of the garden must be matching with the home. The existing structure and the property must be tried to enhance with the landscape design. The property of a good garden landscape design is that it must be having good colors and textures. There should be a restriction in the width and height of the garden where it is planned to plant...

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How to Design a Multipurpose Garden Area for your Home

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Garden & Landscaping | Comments Off

Deciding to change your garden area could be a fun project. It is something the whole family can do together, or you by yourself. Before anything is done, it is vitally important to know what the purpose of the garden should be. You have to think what the style and kind of garden will be. Would it be to grow vegetables to aid the grocery bill, or would it be a landscape extending your indoor living area to a beautiful outdoor living space. It is also important to keep the weather conditions of your area in mind with regards in what to plant. Creating a multi purpose garden area could be as...

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Landscape Design Tips to Increase the Property Value of Your Home

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Garden & Landscaping | Comments Off

The value of your home is more than just the house itself, it extends to all corners of your property. In fact, the proper landscape design can actually increase the value of your home when putting it on sale. For those who are considering selling their home, you should address both the issues of the house and all of the property as well. Fortunately, there are a few good landscape design tips that can help you reap positive benefits without costing you a great deal of money. In fact, some of the tips presented here cost very little to do, but they can add value to your property in general....

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First Home Owner Grant

Posted by on Aug 11, 2013 in Building & Construction, Curtains & Blinds, Decor & Home Design, Garden & Landscaping, General Home Tips, Paving & Stonework, Planning & Finance, Pool & Water Decor | Comments Off

The Victorian government has announced plans to increase the First Home Owner Grant from $7,000 to $10,000. What does this mean for you? It translates into thousands of dollars in savings for the homebuyer. There is just one catch; it only applies to new construction homes. The problem here is many first time home buyers tend to lean toward established homes. They generally want to be near the workplace. This is going to make things a little difficult for the person trying to sell an established home in Victoria. The Victorian government is hoping to create jobs and homes for the growing...

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