According to statistics, over 75% of clients looking to lease a property in Sydney’s inner city prefer an unfurnished apartment that they can style to suit their own tastes.
These tenancies also tend to be for longer-term leases, with minimal vacancy periods and less wear and tear.
The National Fire Protection Agency has provided simple, yet effective tips to house owners to prevent electrical fires and personal tragedy.
The Agency chose to provide these tips due to the fact that out of the average of 22,000 fires a year, 300 deaths that occurred in these fires have been caused by electric hazards that are present in the home.
Flowers have always been an important element of any wedding celebration and were originally used to ward off against evil spirits. In modern times, many brides broken away from the traditional styles of flower arrangements and opted to create their own personalised floral statement.
Using flower meanings has been a traditional method since the Victorian era. Developed for men who struggled to verbalise feelings, flowers have come to symbolise specific ideas – lily of the valley means happiness, which has made it a popular choice for weddings.
Global warming is a hot topic, and many consumers are now turning towards looking for eco-friendly versions of their favourite products in order to reduce their stamp on the environment, reported The Southern.
There are many things you can do within your home to reduce your stamp on the world, such as using natural laundry powder/shampoo or energy efficient appliances, but what about outside the home?
.net reporter, Craig Grannell spoke to industry experts about the main web development trends expected over the next 12 months. Here are some areas to look out for.
Responsive web design will go mainstream
Mulch can be underestimated in its importance in today’s average garden. It has a large range of benefits and is an essential part of preserving a garden, but also in giving it life.
Houston Landscapers provides some insight into what exactly mulch is:
According to an international team of conservationists, the way to save Africa’s wild lion population from near extinction is to give them plenty of land and then fence them in.
The team, which includes Australian researchers, believes that without a fenced reserve the population of African lions could continue to decline and be close to extinction within 20-40 years.
With growth returning to the property market, Smart Company decided that it would be wise to recap on what has been learnt from the difficult last few years.
The first lesson is that we should never get too swept away by the booms or dips the property market experiences, as neither lasts forever.
As any new parent can attest, the selection of luxury baby products is second to none in today’s economy.
Jessica Grose from BusinessWeek reported that the luxury baby world is back in boom.
Brunswick Meadows Home-Owners Association (HOA) has lost their fight against a local resident in Texas determined to keep his security doors.
Last year, the HOA demanded 57 year old resident Charles Babineaux remove the security bars from the entrance to his home. In the letter, the HOA claimed that he had breached the conditions of the housing estate and was sending a bad message to prospective tenants in the area.