3 Reasons You Need to Hire a Skip Bin

Posted on: 22 June 2016

While using your domestic waste bin is fine for disposing of smaller items, it just can't deal with the massive amounts of waste which can be generated when you make changes to your home or garden. The last thing you want is to find yourself with a lot of waste and nowhere to put it. You may need to consider hiring a skip bin. A skip bin allows you to dispose of large volumes of waste in one go and saves you from having to make multiple trips to the disposal depot in your car. [Read More]

Solar Options to Consider for Your Tiny Home

Posted on: 27 May 2016

Building a tiny home as a permanent full-time residence, rather than an alternative to caravan living, is a large task to take on. Most of the homes are built from the foundation up, and they require different utilities considerations as opposed to traditional homes. If you are looking at the blueprints for your tiny home, and wondering the best ways to keep costs low no matter where you are located, there may be solar options you want to look into. [Read More]

Understanding the Terminology of Bush Regeneration

Posted on: 21 April 2016

Bush regeneration refers to regenerating a natural area by introducing native plants and wildlife back into a space that has been damaged or otherwise compromised. This regeneration process can better protect soil and reduce the risk of soil erosion, and it can also create a space that is more welcoming to visitors. If you need bush regeneration done in a particular area, note a few terms and phrases you might learn so that you better understand what is involved and how this regeneration process takes place. [Read More]