Christmas DIY: gifts you can make at home

  • 18 December 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

Do you have a strict budget for your festive-season shopping? Hoping to put some more presents under the Christmas tree?

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Pest control: three easy ways to bug-proof your home this summer

  • 22 November 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

Summer is here and has brought with it its pesky friends to bug you. The windows can hardly be left open for a breeze to come in without flies, stink bugs, fleas, mosquitoes and various non-flying insects trespassing.

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Workplace remodelling: office designs that can help get the job done

  • 19 November 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

The year 2018 is coming to a close. But do you want to continue working from the same boring cubicles or dull-coloured offices in the coming year?

If not, then you should look for ways to inspire staff with fresh touches to the office. You can impress clients and motivate employees by shaping and shaking up the workplace with the following remodelling concepts selected from lists of the most popular office trends of 2018.

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House hacks: solving big problems that come with small space

  • 30 October 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

It can be frustrating when when you run out of space to incorporate new designs in your home. However, don’t let small rooms confine your thinking.

Make the change from cluttered to cosy with these smart tips on organising your space and making your home feel biggers.

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Home decor: give your kitchen a friendly fix

  • 19 October 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

For many, the kitchen is the room where house chores first started. Washing dishes by yourself after your tenth birthday. Getting baking lessons from mom. The first time you did some plumbing, handing dad the tools to fix the sink.

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Spring cleaning: caring for your wooden furniture

  • 28 September 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

Wood is a staple material in the manufacturing industry that has been available to us far longer than steel, aluminum, glass and plastic have. Furniture made from wood can last a lifetime if maintained with proper care. Protecting it will never feel like a challenge again if you apply these simple tips.

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Selecting your seeds: growing the right plants in your garden

  • 20 September 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

Spring is the season of growth and renewal – the perfect time to review your lifestyle choices. Make some changes to the food you eat. You might like to buy a nice salad from your favourite supermarket, but if you really want the best quality, consider growing your own vegetable patch where you’ll have immediate access to nutritious greens.

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How to make the most of your bathroom makeover

  • 31 August 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

The bathroom. The place where most people start and finish their day. The space that you can lock yourself into to decompress if you had a bad day or get privacy if you need to disconnect from the world for a little while. Most importantly, it’s the one room in the house where you can’t take decor shortcuts as it gives your guests salient clues about your personality.

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Smart sprinkles: water-wise tips to keep your plants alive

  • 21 August 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

There are times when a plant looks unhealthy or begins to lose its leaves. Don’t be quick to assume that it’s dead; it might still have a pulse. Even if it hangs its head and appears to be on the brink of death, you might still have a chance to revive it if you just give it a little pampering.

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Do it yourself: how to detect a water leak

  • 31 July 2018 | Tumelo Buthelezi

Most water leaks go on for a long time undetected and result in frustratedly high water accounts people often blame on inaccurate billing.

If you’ve been receiving bills reflecting significantly higher water consumption than what you’re actually using at the premises, see our tips below and reduce the burden on your pocket by educating yourself on how to detect leaks.

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