Insulation is an important component as it will help to weatherproof and soundproof your newly renovated home. Helping to control the climate within your house it will help to reduce your heating costs in the winter and cooling costs in the summer.
The floor plan of your new home needs careful consideration in relation to its physical location. We will always try to locate rooms that are used the most in the northern side of your home. This helps to make the most of any winter sunlight, helping to warm these rooms during those colder months.
We feel that you should have the freedom to choose what you want so we don’t restrict your options when it comes to the pre-start process. We will help you choose the right elements for your newly renovated home, giving our advice and assistance where required.
Many people don’t realise that, as well as bringing some character to a property, the eaves serve another very important purpose. It is essential to ensure the correct placement of eaves through your home to help keep the summer sun out whilst still letting the winter sun in during the colder months.
Construction materials are an important factor when considering sustainable living. The right choice of materials can help to control climate, improve overall comfort and reduce ongoing energy costs.
As energy prices continue to rise, Solar energy is a great way to reduce your energy costs. With recent advances in solar technology and specifically battery storage systems, it is not possible to store more energy for longer.
Central Heating Systems are often overlooked in Australia in favour of reverse cycle air conditioning. Whilst it can seem like a no brainer at the time, air conditioning systems can become a drain your pocket. A well designed, well implemented central heating system can be much more efficient and save you money in the long run.
The size and shape of a building can have a dramatic effect on, not only the initial cost of a building but the ongoing running costs. When creating our new home designs we tailor each floor plan to maximise on useable floor area whilst trying to reduce any unnecessary areas.
It is important to get the ideal balance of windows throughout your home. We need to ensure that you are able to get just the right amount of light and ventilation throughout your home. Using double glazing in your home will help reduce noise pollution and also insulate your home from the elements.
When designing your home, we will try to maximize the use of glazing to the north of the property so we can attract as much winter sun into the home as possible. We also need to ensure sufficient shading to those areas during the summer months to minimize heat penetration.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our builds so this is where you really see us shine. We take every step necessary to ensure that things run as smoothly as possible. We will keep you updated at every step of the way and be available for you to discuss our progress throughout the build process. All of our work meets Australian Standards and always surpasses our client's expectations.
Often overlooked, airflow is an important part to creating a comfortable living environment. It is important when designing a home to consider the correct placement of windows and doors to take advantage of cross-ventilation so we can get a steady flow of clean fresh air moving through the property.
Rainwater tanks are available in a range of different sizes and materials. The are absolutely essential for many rural properties but can also be utilised on urban area homes. They are a great way to help the environment by reducing your water consumption and also help to reduce your water bills.
Installing a greywater treatment system within your home is a fantastic way to help the environment and reduce your overall running costs. By recycling what we call greywater waste, recycled water can be used for many applications through the home, including laundry, toilet flushing and plant irrigation.