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Is your retic ready for the warmer months?

It’s time to start thinking about your gardens and getting them prepared for the Summer months. Reticulation can save time, money and water, but to keep them performing at their best, they do require some regular maintenance. Before the heat really sets in, it might be a good time to give yours a bit of an annual … Continue reading Is your retic ready for the warmer months?

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Top Spring gardening tips

Spring is undoubtedly the happiest time for gardeners. Leaves emerge from dormant shrubs and trees, wisteria and roses burst into bloom, flowering annuals cover garden beds and the soil is wet and warm. The weather entices us all outdoors to frolic about in the dirt and get cracking on some chores. Clear Weeds If you … Continue reading Top Spring gardening tips

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Get your garden winter ready

The weather is starting to cool down which means the garden is slowly starting to grow dormant. Before you put the gardening tools away, there are still a few things that you can do to ensure that your garden is ready for winter and that it has a head start on the new growing season. … Continue reading Get your garden winter ready

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Deck care for Winter

It’s important to keep your deck clean all year round but sometimes when the cold, wet weather hits we don’t tend to venture outside as often and we forget to do this. Maintaining your deck during the winter months can be an easy and simple task if you follow a few steps: Keep you deck … Continue reading Deck care for Winter

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Why would I need to build a “granny flat”

The term “granny flat” is often mistaken as being just that, a small home for your granny! But now days there are many different reasons why people choose to build a granny flat on their property. A granny flat is a very cost effective alternative for a 2nd dwelling. The uses for a granny flat … Continue reading Why would I need to build a “granny flat”

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Tips to keeping your garden healthy and thriving all year round

WATERING Many home owners unnecessarily over water their lawns and gardens. The best way to water your turf is to give less frequent, but deep waterings. The water will penetrate deep into your soil, and the top layer of soil will dry out. This will encourage roots to grow deep searching for water, making them much … Continue reading Tips to keeping your garden healthy and thriving all year round

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Possible causes for loss of water pressure in your home

Water leaks can spring up anywhere in your plumbing system, including behind your walls, under your floors, or even in your home’s concrete slab foundation. Hidden water leaks can go on for some time before the signs are obvious, at which point the damage is already done. If you suspect you have a leak because your water … Continue reading Possible causes for loss of water pressure in your home

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Reasons you may need self-storage

Moving One of the common reasons for renting a self storage facility is when people are moving to a new home or are in the process of selling their existing home to de-clutter. Many people move around the country during the year, and a lot of these people are using a storage solution for storing … Continue reading Reasons you may need self-storage

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How to avoid electrical accidents

Turn off appliances you’re not using When you’ve finished using, or you’re not using, an electrical appliance, make sure that you turn it off at the switch. For example, if you’re done using your mobile phone charger, make sure you unplug it, if you’re using appliances that generate heat, double check that you switch it … Continue reading How to avoid electrical accidents

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Is your retic ready to SPRING into action?

As we emerge from the Winter season we are all ready to burst into Spring and begin enjoying some warmer conditions and lighter mornings. The winter rain has encouraged the plants in the garden to grow and lawn to become greener but as we head towards Summer we can expect rainfall to steadily decrease until … Continue reading Is your retic ready to SPRING into action?

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