Monica Bryant

Simple Tips for Preventing Water Leaks and Damage in a Bathroom

It's never good to ignore water leaks in a bathroom, as any such leak can mean mould and mildew forming along the home's framework, and damage to the materials that make up the home's frame. In turn, you might wind up having to replace wall studs and beams, or pay for costly mould cleanup. To avoid these leaks and this risk of water damage, note a few simple tips that will make your home's bathroom more watertight overall. Read More 

A Simple, Step-by-Step Guide to Fixing Leaking Ducts

Most ducted air conditioning systems work by channeling cool air through a series of ducts and vents into multiple rooms in your home. Think of your ducts as the highway that cool air uses to reach its destination. If your ducts are leaking, the efficiency of the AC unit is significantly reduced, and you will end up incurring higher energy costs. In addition, various rooms in your home may end up feeling hotter because cool air is not reaching where it needs to go. Read More 

Stumped By Your Splashback Choices? Here’s How to Choose Between Glass and Stone Splashbacks

If you want to refresh the look of your kitchen or bathroom, a splashback can be a great choice. Even if you don't make any other changes to the room, a splashback adds a unique visual element that can give new life to your kitchen or bathroom. The only problem that you might have is choosing between two of the most popular bathroom and kitchen splashback options, glass tiles and natural stone tiles. Read More 

Copper Top: Is Copper Piping The Right Choice For Your New Home’s Hot Water System?

Having a new home built to your own speicifications can be a wonderful way to ensure that your new dwelling meets the needs of you and your family, but it also means making decisions on the building materials you use. This extends to the plumbing you have installed, and choosing the right piping for your new home's hot water system is especially important. Since hot water pipes have to deal with highly heated and pressurised water on a daily basis, they tend to endure more wear and tear than the other plumbing pipes in your home, and choosing a piping material that can withstand the strain is vital for preventing future problems. Read More 

Tips for Safe and Organised Pallet Handling in Super Markets

If you own a grocery store or a small market, many of your orders probably come on pallets. To ensure that everything stays safe and organised in your facility, you need to develop a strategy to deal with your pallets. Take a look at these tips. 1. Unload Right Away Ideally, you should unload everything that comes in on pallets as soon as possible. In most cases, it's easier to store boxes of cereal or other items than it is to store a whole pallet. Read More