Living in Australia’s climate is great! You get warm temperatures, pretty much all-year-round and even the coldest days aren’t all that cold. If you’re planning a new build, you want to take advantage of the good weather – but you don’t want to spend the long summers wishing you were cool.
Australian weather can be a bit of a mixed bag and while the winter nights can get pretty cold (Warwick nights have been known to regularly get down to 0), the days are generally enjoyable.
Bushfire season is here and if you’re planning on building a new home, you need to consider whether or not your new home is fire-safe for the region you’re headed to.
Many people look at building a modular home because they’re more affordable, but that doesn’t mean that you should not have a comprehensive budget and financial plan first. Because when it comes to building your new modular home, you may not be able to realistically afford every single thing on your seemingly ever-expanding wish list.
Modular homes are usually built in less than half the time of a conventional build, while still adhering to the highest possible standards. That’s because most of the construction of modular homes is done with a highly efficient, finely tuned building process that happens inside a controlled factory environment. With minimal delays caused by bad...
Buying an existing house can seem a little overwhelming, but for some people, it’s often not as stressful as building a modular home. That’s because as with any major life decision, there’s usually a lot at stake, so it’s important to get it right.