weather protection

Keep cool without breaking the bank

December 13, 2018

Australia is hot! We don’t do that casual Mediterranean sun that browns you gently — we do the type of sun that fries you to a crisp in seconds. And while it never quite dips to Arctic depths, our single-digit winter temperatures can leave you with heating bills that hurt the pocket. Here are some… Read more »

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Add Value to Your Home While Going About Your Daily Life

October 15, 2018

   Your home is your primary asset. Of course, this can only be ensured if you’re willing to invest a little elbow grease over time — regular maintenance will complement your strategic buying in the right area and ensure it doesn’t turn into a liability. We share tips on how to ensure your… Read more »

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In Case of Emergency: Lock Up and Go!

October 09, 2018

  We understand that there are more important things than money and material possessions, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't make an effort to safeguard what you've got. Even in the city, our legendary weather can sometimes seem like it’s out to get us! That’s why we’ve made it our business to… Read more »

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Stay Snug as a Bug With Roller Shutters

October 05, 2018

   Global warming, El Niño, the luck of the draw… While others are splitting hairs about the reasons behind it, chances are you’re on the ground dealing with the hard fall-out of Western Australia’s winter storms. We know that our coastal storms are unmatched in their ferocity, so we’ve dedicated… Read more »

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Protect your home from adverse weather with Storm Shutters

September 20, 2018

    Western Australians are no strangers to extreme weather conditions. If we’re not dealing with the fact that we’re living in a desert, we’re on the coast and bracing ourselves to survive coastal storms. Add a regular share of bushfires to the equation and soon enough you face the challenge of… Read more »

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A Word to the Wise: Smart Features for a Smarter Home

September 29, 2014

You should not be content to just live in a house you are emotionally in love with. You might be head over heels with it that you tend to ignore the home features you really need. Read more »

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