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Tag Archives: heating


The A – Z of Energy Efficient Homes

In the aftermath of Sustainable House Day, we run through the alphabet of energy-saving products featured at the Home Show.  Wait, there's a day for sustainable houses? Yes! But unlike other days including #WorldMigratoryBirdDay or #WorldTurtleDay, you get to check out some pretty impressive feats of architecture. #neato. In 2018,...

Which Fireplace: Gas, Wood, Electric or Bio-ethanol?

The Home Show has every shape of fireplace you can imagine; we run through five fireplaces that lit up the show. We all have different desires for a fireplace. For lovers, it’s lying on the Persian rug, sipping wine with your significant other and watching the flames dance. For families,...

Save with energy efficient windows

Windows are one of the first considerations when planning a new home build or renovation. They are essential for allowing natural light to flow through your home, along with fresh air and clear views. But did you know windows can be one of the biggest drains on your energy bill?...

Energy efficiency tips to save you money

Are you planning to build a new home in Perth? With our harsh summer climate, it can be tough to keep energy costs down in summer, while also keeping your home warm in winter. While initially building a home can be expensive, we have put together some tips to create...

Let’s talk about Frames

Windows and doors are possibly the most complex and interesting elements in the fabric of our homes and buildings. They provide light and fresh air, contrast in texture, colour and design, as well as offer views that connect our interior living spaces with the great outdoors. The materials used in...

6 Ways To Keep Warm Through Winter

Curtains and blinds can significantly reduce heat loss through your windows. To maximise the sunshine hours, open your curtains and blinds when the sun is shining during the day to capture the warmth, then close them in the evening to keep the heat in. The main reason why curtains and blinds...