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Update Your Home with These Stunning Pieces

There is nothing as sweet as a cosy home, especially during the cold winter months. When upgrading your home heating, remember to install stylish yet functional features. If you need to get your house ready for the cold season, here are some fantastic pieces that will instantly transform your home.

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Regency GF900C Gas Fireplace
The Regency GF900C is the perfect way to add elegance and modernity to your home. This series has a beautiful design and produces eye-catching wide-angle flames that take after natural wood-lit fire. Combine these …

5 Points To Consider Before You Build Your Outdoor Kitchen

Great barbecues and outdoor dining makes the summer heat more bearable. But moving up and down between the kitchen and outdoor dining area when you’re hosting is simply tiring and drains all the fun out.

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Building an outdoor kitchen can help improve your hosting experiences. Below are some of the key features to think about before you start your outdoor kitchen project.
1.      Location
Consider where to position your outdoor kitchen. If you place it far from your house, you’ll need to run the amenities like gas, water, and electricity …

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Using a Charcoal Grill

During the holidays, many homeowners are thinking about how they can entertain friends and family. One of the popular ways to do it is by firing up a grill and preparing a barbeque.

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If you know a thing or two about grills, you are probably aware that nothing beats the tastiness of meals prepared using charcoal grills. Gas and electric models might be more convenient, but they can’t match the smoky aroma of charcoal-grilled barbeques.

The problem of using charcoal BBQ grills is that the extra effort needed often leads to errors. Here …

A Heater for the Colder Days

Just because winter is over does not mean we won’t experience the colder days. With so many options of heating devises available, it is easy to see why some people would just give up and not make any decision at all. The decision between wood and gas, freestanding or built-in can all seem a little bit overwhelming because at the end of the day you want something that is both aesthetically pleasing and heats the home. When you buy quality, you can rest assured that it will last. Whereas if you opt for a cheaper option, you …

Can Your Heater Be A Feature Piece?

Barbecue season is basically at an end except for the odd warm day here and there. And with the end of the warmer season, the cold winter months lie ahead. If you’ve been looking for a sign to get a new heater, then this is it. And if you’ve been wondering if your heater can be a feature piece, it certainly can. A feature piece can be anything from a beautiful couch to a large statue. It all comes down to personal taste and preference. With winter looming a heater can be the perfect feature piece in your living room

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How to Keep Warm on a Budget This Winter

During winter, most homeowners in Australia have to dig deeper into their pockets to fund heating expenses. Regardless of whether you use an electric, wood-powered or a gas heater, you need to fuel it to avoid the consequences of the cold temperatures experienced throughout this season.

However, you don’t always have to pay big money to keep yourself warm during winter. Below are smart ways of reducing the heating expenses this cold season.

Purchase a Heater

These can be wood heaters or gas heaters; whatever works for you.  Heaters are an affordable and effective means of generating heat. Ideally, these devices …

Safety tips for operating your wood heater

In-built wood heaters in Sydney have come a long way. They’re far less of a fire hazard than they were few decades ago, and most of the hassles connected with wood fires have been eliminated. You can use a gas spark of GreenStart technology to light up your wood in seconds, just by pressing a button. Glass viewing panes allow you to watch the flames, but they keep any embers or ashes safely cordoned off.

Cowls and flues control the flow of smoke, leading it out of the house, while heat banks and fireboxes lessen emissions by raising temperatures to …

What are insert fireplaces?

In winter, who doesn’t love the sound of a fire crackling, the rise and fall of flames, that comforting heat. There is nothing like an inbuilt wood heater to create that sense of warmth and comfort.

Old fashioned fireplaces are not very efficient, they actually pull warm air out of your room and into the fire, and a lot of the energy they create – the heat – is actually lost up your chimney. If you live in an area where the temperatures drop below freezing that open fireplace is sending out more energy than it creates. Those old-fashioned fireplaces …

Gas heating options for large living areas

When it comes to choosing a gas fireplace Sydney you want to make the right choice, after all, you will be living with your choice for many years to come.

The right heating makes all the difference, not just to your physical comfort but for your hip pocket as well, if your heating bills are becoming too high, it could be that you are choosing the wrong heating source, heating and cooling account for 40% of your household energy use, so making the right fuel choice is important. You need to consider

Create a rustic look by dressing your fireplace in natural stone

Country living offers lots of advantages. Low traffic, clean air, and friendlier neighbours. But not all of us can hack it, so the next best option is to design a rustic feel in your urban home. If it’s a detached or semi-detached house, you can plant pretty flowers and vegetables, showing them off behind a cute picket fence. You can even install an old-school customised mail box, and put a ‘village-styled’ knocker on your door.

Sunset shades in your colour scheme are helpful. Something about those deep lilac, peach, and dusky hues make you think of a country parlour while crisper …

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