Top 10 Must-Have Tools for Roof Repairs

Many homeowners in Sydney refuse to repair their own roof because roofing is considered one of the most dangerous jobs. According to the statistics, many accidents happen on the job. Many roofers fall, slip, and trip while working. Many factors contribute to these hazards, such as heights, seasonal weather, daily conditions, and slippery surfaces.

Also, not using the proper roofing tools designed for the job can cause accidents. So if you’re planning to fix something on your roof without getting professional help, make sure that you have the right tools for the job.

To give you an idea about it, here are the tools you need for repairing your roof:

Fall Protection

Staying safe should be a priority. Even if you’re climbing in one-story, low-pitched roofs, be sure to wear a lightweight harness that won’t hinder your movement. Also, your protective vest must allow you to carry or strap some … Read More

Top 3 Weird Stuff People are Flushing Down the Toilet

If you’re a new homeowner in Sydney with a plumbing problem or you’ve had the house for years already, having plumbers perform a plumbing inspection at home for the first time isn’t something that most homeowners are ready for. A plumbing inspection will have professional plumbers looking around the house for plumbing problems.

Since houses are very personal places, most people are not comfortable or not ready for the things that may happen during a plumbing inspection. That is why it is important to be prepared for what to expect during a plumbing inspection at home.

Why is a home plumbing inspection necessary?

Most homeowners call for professional plumbers when they find leaks or something’s broken with the property’s plumbing system. However, this shouldn’t be the only reason that a plumbing inspection is necessary because it should be a regular procedure.

A plumbing inspection keeps the plumbing system’s health; it’s … Read More

7 Easy Maximalist Decor Tips. The over-the-top, eclectic charm of design.

After a long stretch of subtle color palettes and understated furnishings, home design trends are shifting away from the minimalist decor that could sometimes feel stark or oversimplified for color schemes, furniture, and accessories that pack a punch. The over-the-top, eclectic charm of maximalist design is here to make its presence known and Sam Levitz Furniture has everything you need to make this funky, yet, elegant trend your own. Check out these easy tips to bring any room in your home to life with dramatic color choices, bold patterns, and an array of unexpected elements. 

One of the best ways to create an over-the-top maximalist space is by embracing pattern. Or better yet, multiple patterns–the louder the better. The trick to taking several patterns that don’t seemingly go together and combining them to make a room pop with visual intrigue is by starting with a relatively neutral palette. A

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’70s Homeware Was Loud, Eclectic & Optimistic. No Wonder It’s Back

If you’ve never seen it before, you should look up pictures of the ‘Big Biba‘ shop. The seven-storey department store opened in Kensington in 1973 following the explosion in popularity of Barbara Hulanicki’s fashion brand. While Biba is often associated with the 1960s (the first store opened in ’64), the interior of Big Biba was, in many ways, quintessentially ’70s. There were loud prints on the home floor, curved edges and soft geometric shapes and a special commitment to earthy browns and oranges. It was a mishmash of art deco-inspired interiors reminiscent of the golden age of Hollywood, animal prints and beaded fringe, with an eclectic mix of trinkets and low lighting that really brought it all together. It was made to feel intimate, almost seductive – an explicit rejection of the stark lighting and synthetic colour palettes of the ’60s.

Until the last few years, ’70s

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