Thinking about renovating your home? Follow our useful tips take make the most out of your renovation.
Renovations are a major undertaking and it’s important to plan every detail in advance. Consulting with professionals can save you time and money down the track by avoiding the need to reverse any work done in error.
One of the biggest issues homeowners face is incorrect placement of power points and light switches.
Master Electricians Australia has provided 10 tips to think about before your next project to avoid these simple mistakes.
You can find a licensed contractor in your local newspaper, or you can find your local Master Electrician and log a job.
Whether your home improvement project has been something you’ve dreamed of doing for years or a more ‘spur of the moment’ decision, your renovation will go a lot more smoothly if you take the time to plan it properly.
Bathrooms and kitchens are the most expensive rooms to renovate so it pays to get it right the first time.
Aside from your builder, an electrician will also be employed for home renovation work. Accredited Master Electricians deliver the highest levels of quality, electrical safety, integrity, and energy advice. Each Accredited Master Electrician’s business is certified according to stringent standards, and members must adhere to a strict code to retain their Accredited Master Electricians status.
You can count on an Accredited Master Electrician to be reliable, safe, honest, and informed, and to perform work that exceeds your expectations.
Below is a list of steps that you, as a home renovator, should follow to ensure that your renovations are safe and meet all the legal requirements.
The Home Insulation Program (HIP) was announced as part of the $42 billion Nation Building – Economic Stimulus Plan on 3 February 2009. Under the HIP, around 1.2 million households were insulated at a cost of around $1.45 billion.
The program was closed on 19 February 2010 due to escalating safety and compliance concerns, including three tragic electrocutions and a number of fire incidents in households with insulation installed under the HIP.
If you have insulation installed: