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Repair and Restoration: Make Do and Mend


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Repair and Restoration: Make Do and Mend

Hello, my name is Alfred and this is my new blog. I am kind of new to all this internet business. My grandson taught me how to turn on a computer and to use the keyboard and how to navigate the internet. He recently suggested I start a blog but I refused because I didn't have a subject. My dad had always said to me that you should never start writing anything unless you have a subject. My grandson suggested that I write about my passion for repairing and restoring things. I believe we should make do and mend so I have taught myself how to fix many different types of things. I hope you enjoy my blog.

Latest Posts

Reasons To Conduct An Asbestos Survey When Renovating Your Property
24 August 2022

If you have an ongoing home renovation project, yo

Landlords, Listen Up: The Definitive Checklist for Refreshing Your Property
25 April 2022

No matter how wonderful your tenants are, there'll

Why You Need a Plan to Dispose of Restoration Waste
20 December 2021

Did you know that Australians generate around 19 m

Top Signs It's Time to Hire a Professional for Damaged Plaster Ceiling Repair
17 September 2021

Many people like plaster ceilings since they give

How To Save Money When Buying Forklifts
22 July 2021

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Reasons To Conduct An Asbestos Survey When Renovating Your Property

If you have an ongoing home renovation project, your contractor could have asked you to consider an asbestos survey. However, most homeowners do not understand why their properties need an asbestos survey during renovation. The extract below contains some insights to help you understand the benefits of an asbestos survey.  Why Does Your Property Need an Asbestos Survey?  Australian properties built before the asbestos ban often contain significant amounts of friable and non-friable asbestos. Read More 

Landlords, Listen Up: The Definitive Checklist for Refreshing Your Property

No matter how wonderful your tenants are, there'll always be a little clean-up work to do after a lease agreement ends. That's totally expected, and a normal part of operating as a landlord. However, in the (hopefully brief!) period between tenants, you should also take the opportunity to refresh and take stock of your property. Not only will this start you off on the right foot with your upcoming tenants, but it will also keep the place in good condition. Read More