Instructing a Real Estate Broker

  • Why You Should Call A Locksmith To Improve The Security Of Your Business Premises

    2 January 2020

    Some business owners think that the only reason they would ever need a commercial locksmith is that they have suffered a break-in and their locks need to be changed. Although this is a common reason to call upon the professional services of a qualified locksmith, it is by no means the only one. Many business owners now benefit from the security expertise that a professional can afford them. How can a locksmith in your area help you to make your business premises more secure?

  • Security Screen Doors: A Guide to Buying the Perfect One

    6 July 2017

    We've all been in the situation where it's hot and stuffy, and all you want is to leave the front door open to let in a cool breeze. However, this could be an invitation to intruders and crooks to come into your apartment or home. What do you do to solve this misery? You could secure a security door to let in light and fresh air while still preventing intruders from peeping through.

  • 3 Elements That May Cause Your Residential Door Locks to Act Up

    6 July 2017

    A faulty front door lock can be the single reason that may cause you not to leave your house unless somebody's around to stay behind. Pinpointing exactly what is wrong with the lock is the first and most important step towards fixing the problem. Here is a breakdown of some elements that can lead to door lock issues, and how each issue can be remedied.  Dirt  Dirt tends to finds its way where it is not wanted, including in the locking mechanism of your residential door locks.

  • Eco-Friendly Packing Tips For Your Next Move

    23 June 2017

    Moving home is no easy task, and the process of packing up all your belongings and transporting them safely can leave you surrounded with plastic bags, bubble wrap and polystyrene packing chips. These packing materials are not good for the environment, but there are alternatives that can make your move more environmentally-friendly. Here are a few eco-friendly packing tips for your next home move. Use What You Already Have There's no rule that says you have to use purpose-made packing materials to protect your valuables.

  • Flat but Fragile: How to Pack Your Flat Screen TV for a Move without Breaking It

    21 June 2017

    Moving furniture to a new home poses many challenges. The scratches, scrapes, and bumps can all add up to leave your furniture looking less than new. However, when moving electronic appliances like laptops and flat screen TVs, a scratch, scrape, or bump could spell the end for your treasured tech. If you, like other Aussies, watch an average of 96 hours and 58 minutes of TV per month, learning how to pack and move your flat screen TV safely will save you a lot of potential heartache.

  • When Palm Trees Harbour Rats: How Your Palm Tree Could be Home to Roof Rats

    16 June 2017

    It is thought that black rats, also known as ship rats, roof rats, and even palm rats, found their way to Australia on ships arriving from Europe. Since then, this notorious species has flourished throughout Australia, stealing fruit from gardens, gnawing through electrical wires and invading homes via the roof. Black rats are such accomplished climbers that they may even be found living in trees and are especially fond of palm trees.