There is a preference for building products that help create architectural design motifs: modern looks require more design variation using modern materials, such as James Hardie’s range of Premium Fibre Cement Cladding, including the large panel format of Matrix Cladding, or the vertical lines of Axon Cladding.
An alfresco area is among the most popular features in a house, with one third of Australians saying the space is essential in their dream home.
Deciding on extra features for your dream home new-build or home renovation can be overwhelming but when it comes to adding value, bathrooms are best. Industry experts agree that multiple bathrooms are important in Aussie homes, with an extra bathroom adding up to $50,000 in value.
Recent research by homebuilder Henley Homes shows that home owners and prospective home renovators are considering functionality and the environment when it comes to the ideal house. One in three [35%] people say they are prepared to go off the grid and want a home with solar panels.
A survey of 3000 people by homebuilder Henley Homes found 31% say a private place to paddle is among the most desirable outdoor features. An alfresco or outside barbecue area is also on the list, with 33% saying a house needs the increasingly popular “outdoors room” for them to consider purchasing.
Why choose an incineration toilet? Challenges regarding water supply, sewerage solutions and infrastructure for vacation homes and other segments are easily solved with the Cinderella. Situations include home renovation projects where a toilet is required in the basement; as part of a roof-space conversion; as part of a granny flat; or as part of a home-extension.
The recent innovation of architects and designers in their creative use of brick and tile, submitted for the 2019 Think Brick Award, has seen a resurgence of materials that have been long overlooked in the creation of contemporary builds and home renovation
Going under the hammer on Good Friday 19th April 2019 will be a stunning Sahara 38 with grand alfresco, by Henley Homes, a 38-square, 4-bedroom house, located at 16 Domingo Avenue, Clyde North, which is part of Villawood’s boutique Delaray community.
Big River Group’s MaxiWall is a cost-competitive Autoclaved Aerated Concrete product. Designed primarily for the multi-residential and detached dwelling market, an entire MaxiWall exterior can be completed in a fraction of the time compared to rendered brick or block.
This renovated coastal home captures the brightness of the location while creating interest with a slowly shifting play of light created by Linea Weatherboard which is used around the full façade of the home. One of the first big decisions was choosing Linea Weatherboard from James Hardie Scyon Walls and Floors.
The owners wanted to transform their Californian Bungalow in Sandringham, Melbourne to see them through the next 20 years.
Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland