A well or water bore on your property can be a great way to access the water you need for your lawn, landscaping, garden, farm, or livestock. It can also be good to have a well or bore on the property in case your city-supplied water is cut off for any reason. If you're thinking of having a well or bore drilled on your property, note a few important questions to ask the drilling company so you know the work gets done properly and you are able to access that water in the bore once it's drilled.
A good sized lawn area is an important feature for most Australian homeowners. This is especially true if you have children and pets that spend a lot of their time in the garden playing. If you're planning to lay turf in your garden, then you may be wondering which variety is the best choice for the heavy-duty wear and tear that your kids and pets will put your lawn through. Buffalo turf has many positive features that make it a great choice, and here are five of them.
Winter has arrived and for most parts of Australia this has brought about a fairly rapid transition into colder weather. Although the idea of nights spent in the garden may sound immediately appealing, adding an attractive fire pit to your outdoor space can make winter evenings in the garden a wonderful experience.
A fire pit is an easy and inexpensive project that even a novice at DIY can complete with a few hour's work.
Sometimes devices that are designed for professional use are overkill in a domestic garden – even if you have a large plot to maintain. On the other hand, there are a number of motorised and automated landscaping tools which are of great use to homeowners. Even if you are not a professional gardener or landscaper, consider some of the following gadgets for use in your garden and achieve some truly great results.
If you have trees on your property, you may have to opt to cut one down at one point or another due to damage or ill health. A common trend for homeowners is to simply have the tree felled rather than it being removed from the property. As a result, it leaves behind a stump in your yard. This stump may seem harmless on the offset, but the reality is that it poses a host of risks.