People are becoming increasingly concerned about the impact they are having on the planet. If you are one of these people, we hope that this blog can help you. We designed this blog so we can bring you lots of useful and relevant bits of info which will help you to make an informed choice when investing in green energy solutions. We don't work in the green energy sector but we do care a great deal about the environment and this passion drives us on to research and write the articles you see posted here. Please visit us again soon.
15 March 2021
Soil testing is a simple method of determining the health of a piece of land. If you are unsure if you should carry out the procedure on your own land, here are some of the reasons that such a test can be beneficial. Understand the soil It is especially important to have soil tests carried out when you first buy a piece of land, as an understanding of the chemical and biological properties of the soil can be vital in trying to raise crops.
29 October 2020
Collecting and storing rainwater is a great way to reduce the environmental impact of your home. You can use rainwater for tasks such as watering the garden, cleaning, and even flushing the toilet if you have the correct setup. The fundamental part of any rainwater storage system is a good water storage tank — but should you go for an underground tank or a surface one? Surface Water Storage: Pros and Cons
2 July 2020
Homes are safe havens where people relax and have peace of mind. But they cease being safe when homeowners detect the presence of asbestos. For centuries, asbestos has been a popular product used by contractors in residential home design because of its structural, fire-resistant and insulating properties. However, this material was banned across Australia in the early 2000s due to the proven health hazards it posed to human life. If asbestos is detected during your home renovation project, it must be removed before anything proceeds.
23 April 2020
Skip bins are a great way to help clear out a whole chunk of rubbish for both residential and commercial properties. Not only are they easy to hire, but they are also very prevalent across Australia, which makes them almost the universal choice. They are far easier to organise than a council clean-up, and they allow you to get rid of tonnes of excess material. With all that in mind, it is important that you understand exactly what the limitations of a rubbish skip bin are and how you should plan for your rubbish skip bin's arrival.
18 March 2020
Air pollution is a grave concern for a large number of urban homeowners. Unfortunately, there is no foolproof way to deter the presence of air pollutants in the indoor air that you breathe. Fortunately, though, there are a number of things that one could do in a bid to improve their quality of indoor air. Here is how to go about this. Improving the Ventilation One of the best ways to reduce the quantity of pollutants in your indoor air is to increase the quantity of fresh air that circulates through all your indoor living spaces.