Home & Garden Infographics

5 Types Of Ceiling Repairs

5 Types Of Ceiling Repairs

We don’t always look at them but when you do look up at your ceilings, you don’t want to see cracks and other issues requiring repair. In this infographic, Heron Ceilings in Perth takes a look at five types of ceiling repairs.

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Different Types of Dangerous Mold in Our Homes

Different Types of Dangerous Mold in Our Homes

Even if you can’t see it, mold could be growing in your home and causing damage to both its interior and the home’s structural integrity. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, mold growth can also damage the air quality inside your home, causing harm to the people who live there. Learn more about mold in your home in this infographic.

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A Builder’s Guide for Using Gabions

A Builder’s Guide for Using Gabions

Building with gabions is a straightforward process, but it’s essential to know the basic design and construction principles before using gabions. Before choosing the gabion type, it’s important to know the purpose of the gabions because different gabions are used for different reasons. And before beginning the installation process, you must place a level well compacted foundation that is free of vegetation or other natural elements.

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Tent Buying Guide

Tent Buying Guide

Camping has always been a favorite outdoor and weekend activity by many. If you have ever camped before, you should know that being prepared with the proper gear is a pivotal aspect to ensure the experience will be comfortable as well as enjoyable. Tents are essential to this outdoor activity as they ensure that you have a roof above your head, albeit a makeshift one. Here is a tent buying guide, courtesy of Camp Gears.

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Home Security System and Internet of Things for Future Homes

Home Security System and Internet of Things for Future Homes

The future of smart homes integrated with smart home security systems and Internet of Things‎ (IOT) home appliances is a growing trend. This will change and improve our homes and the way we live. With everything controlled and monitored at our fingertips, more time can be spent on our family and lifestyle needs. 

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Top 10 Famous Steel Structures in The World

Top 10 Famous Steel Structures in The World

Steel is one of the most used metals for building and construction to construct some mesmerizing buildings through decades. Alongside the strength and durability, metal buildings are cost-effective, time and energy-efficient, portable, fully customizable, DIYable, etc. Where traditional structures have several limitations, steel structures overcome all these drawbacks and serve reliable features.

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What To Plant When: Planting Calendar

What To Plant When: Planting Calendar

Growing your own produce is a rewarding experience, but it takes a lot of knowledge. You’ll need to know what you want to plant, where to plant it and when to harvest. Most produce is planted in the Spring, but the harvest times can vary depending on when the crops are at their best. Given that knowing all the above off by heart would take a lot, Love the Garden have you covered with your very own what to plant when calendar.

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5 Eco-Friendly Building Materials Changing Home Design

5 Eco-Friendly Building Materials Changing Home Design

For many years, the construction industry has been known as one of the most wasteful and least sustainable industries; the materials used to construct buildings, the equipment used for demolition and the transportation required of materials to the site, all have a huge carbon footprint. As buyers have become more environmentally conscious and more young people start entering the housing market however, the demand for eco-friendly homes and buildings has increased.

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Furniture Essentials When Moving Home

Furniture Essentials When Moving Home

The initial excitement of knowing that you’ll be living in a new space tends to quickly wear off after realizing that there’s so much to fix. One of the essential things is furniture. There’s a lot to consider here, depending on what you’re working with. The more areas your new living quarters have, the more impossible the task of filling it up with furniture will seem. To keep things from getting out of hand, check out this infographic on furniture essentials when moving.

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Can I Afford to Move Out?

Can I Afford to Move Out?

Here is an infographic from Mint.com that looks at whether or not you may be ready to move out. It includes a flowchart asking the hard questions that could be setting you apart from your apartment or house goals. [Click here for full size version]

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