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CABANA LIFE: 10 things to consider if you’re building a pool house or cabana
Today’s pool houses are a fun and functional extension of a home’s living space. If you’re looking to build a pool house or cabana to give you and your family and friends more room to relax this summer, here’s our guide to some of the most important things to consider.
Plunge Pool Perfection
There is a viable cooling-down option that doesn’t involve your four-year-old’s blow-up paddling pool. Consider the plunge pool in your backyard.
Queenstown retaining wall builders
Protect and stabilise your property with a solid retaining wall build by Queensland builders. Retaining walls are built in various materials and style. Read on to see what’s best for Queensland conditions.
Landscaping in Whangarei
Comparable affordable house prices, proximity to the beach, zero commute time also comes with some challenging local factors to consider before embarking on a major landscaping project in Whangarei. Read on…
Lawn: What to Consider
Determine what your lawn will be used for, how often it will be used and the maintenance required so you choose the best lawn for your lifestyle.
Stylish, Functional and Long Lasting Pavers
Create a connection between your home and the outdoors with pavers that are functional, stylish and durable.
What’s better, artificial grass or real grass?
With pros and cons for both artificial, and natural lawns, what do homeowners need to consider?
Top 4 Illegal Plants in NZ
A number of plants that are illegal to sell, distribute or propagate in New Zealand for various reasons, and some are more common than you may think.