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Are Kitchen Remodels Worth It?

For many, the kitchen is more than just a place to store food and prepare meals. It’s the ‘heart of the home’, where we congregate, connect, and converse. It’s also

Can You Redo a Kitchen for $5,000?

While $5,000 may sound like a lot, it can quickly disappear when you’re redoing your kitchen. In fact, you could easily blow this budget on a single high-end appliance. But,

How Can I Update My Kitchen on a Budget?

Many homeowners dream of updating their kitchen, but with the average renovation cost coming in over $20,000, it’s beyond most people’s means. It doesn’t need to be, though. By planning

Give Your Kitchen Renovation a Budget Boost with the HomeBuilder Grant

Following the recent announcement of the HomeBuilder grant scheme, we’ve been contacted by many enthusiastic renovators, wondering how to get the most from the extra budget. Designed to restart the

3 Tips for first time Kitchen DIY’ers

Renovating a Kitchen or another area of the home can be one of the most rewarding things you can do. All the Reno Shows make renovating look easy right? But

Open Plan Kitchen Layout Tips

Open Plan Kitchen layouts are those that open onto another area of the home. It is common for these types of kitchens to open onto a dining or living area

Should I continue my diy reno during these times?

This is a common question in many customer’s minds during this time. DIY’ers are busier than ever with the country staying at home and the home projects clearly needing attention.

Galley Kitchen Flatpacks Explained

If the phrase ‘galley kitchen’ makes you think of a small, cramped space on a boat where bare-bones meals are prepared, then read on. Galleys are indeed the long, narrow

Handypersons DIY Guide to Kitchen Renovations

For someone who watches The Block or House Rules but who doesn’t have much of an idea about construction or renovating, the idea of a DIY kitchen renovation can seem

DIY-ers – Why Choose A Fully Assembled Kitchen?

In this modern world everyone thinks they can be a DIY’er.  With YouTube videos and TV renovation shows to watch and learn from, it seems such a simple thing to