August 3, 2015 Green House Design
Let’s plant to reduce the effects of global warming. One of them by making the plants on the roof. Roof Greening Home to Reduce Solar Heat. More effort is needed to create a green roof. Here is information that can help you understand the importance of the roof garden, as well as the steps for preparation.
1. Crops are planted on the roof will absorb solar heat received, but will not be passed into the room. This summer it will be used by plants to photosynthesize and grow flowers. That way, the temperature in the neighborhood will decrease with a roof garden.
Green Room Diagram, Green Roof Composition
August 2, 2015 Guest Post
If you ever want to sell your home you’ll want to make sure people get a great first impression as they walk up from the curb. The problem with that is that it normally costs a pretty penny to get your house a new face lift. A few simple maintenance routines will greatly improve your house’s looks and you’ll feel proud every time you come home. Lets take a look at four tips to stop your home from falling into decay…
Description from architects:
Alterations carried out to a Federation bungalow to provide a new Family Room, Kitchen and Dining Area. Extensions and building envelop performance were tightly controlled to keep within the limits of the exiting air conditioning system.
Full width aluminium sliding doors were positioned along the back wall incorporating high performance glass. A significant design element is the use of the hanging corner making the building more open and giving a better connection to outside. The verandah was extended to match and large rainwater storage tanks positioned below. Designed by Tom Bombford Studio.
August 1, 2015 Guest Post
Plumbing concerns are one of the major issues homeowners inevitably face. If you do not have much plumbing experience, things like a leaking water heater can become a major concern.
As a homeowner, you likely prefer to keep wildlife outdoors and house pets indoors. However, as hard as you may try, pests like squirrels, raccoons, mice, rats, birds, and insects may seem to find their way in. By utilizing the tips and tricks below, you can reduce your risk of pest infestation.
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