The joyful Australian summer can be one of the best places in the world to celebrate occasions like Christmas and New Year's Eve, but there is no doubting the fact that it gets hot from time-to-time. If you like to enjoy your back garden with a family get-together and a barbecue—as many Australians do—then how do you keep cool in the heat of the day?
Patio areas often soak up the heat of the sun's rays and act like miniature radiators which keep you overheated even once the sun has gone down.
All homes were not created equal. Sometimes good storage simply does not come as standard. This can often result in home owners and tenants alike, struggling to stash away their belongings in long forgotten corners of the home, in a vain attempt to achieve even the pretence of an organised space. Out of sight out of mind, right? Wrong! That clutter will continue to accumulate and grow until it takes over your home and any precious remaining space you may have.
Have you ever thought of constructing a staircase outside your house to cut across your garden? Well then, you should surely consider doing so as outside stairs tend to compliment the beauty of your garden as you or your guests walk across it towards the door. However, there are several factors that you need to keep in mind to ensure you build the perfect outside staircase. First and foremost, you need to consider both the aesthetic and functional purpose of the staircase.
The mere thought of a summer in Australia is enough to leave you drenched in sweat, but the problem is compounded when the AC in your rental conks off at the worst possible time — bang in the middle of a heat wave. Unfortunately, it isn't always easy getting the landlord to fix your air conditioning unit in time. This guide offers quick actions to help you get your AC fixed quickly, so that you can face the rest of summer in the comfort of your cool home.
Go ahead — you know you want to say it. EEW! No one wants to deal with bird droppings, but it is part of many people's lives, especially if you have an outdoor living space with blinds and awnings installed. Luckily, you don't have to live with bird droppings for too long. Follow these steps to get rid of bird poop quickly.
Hose Down The Top Surface
Awnings are generally placed over patio or kitchen windows outside your home so they are higher up.