Wood Heater Regulations

wood heater fire regulations

Fireplaces and wood heaters are also regulated by an Australian Standard (AS/NAS 2918), which means there are several restrictions.

Brick Veneer VS Double Brick

If you are planning to start constructing your house or any other project, then you might get confused about which material to choose. This applies heavily to the wall construction method. You can find that wood construction is a popular choice in parts of … Read more

How Much Does Drafting Cost?

Drafting Price guide

Drafting is the process of creating detailed drawings of a building that will be constructed which aids tradies & is needed for council approval.

Roof Sarking

What is roof sarking? Title

A house roof is a fairly complicated structure made up of joist, battens, trusses and the roof cover such as corrugated sheet metal. Aside from the structural components, it is fitted with insulation and roof … Read more

Washing Machine Size

washing machine size guide

How much space do I need for a laundry?  The laundry is perhaps the most “versatile” space in a residential area. It can be a standalone room, or it can be attached to an existing … Read more

Standard Door Size

Standard door size

The most common standard door size is 820 mm wide with a height of 2040 mm and a thickness of 40mm for external doors and 35mm thickness for internal doors.  Maintaining standard order and measurements … Read more

Colorbond Fence Cost & Price

colorbond fence price

Colorbond fences are some of the most popular fencing solution in Australia, and for very good reasons too. Going with Colorbond fencing is a cost effective and stylish choice with number advantages that are very … Read more

Standard Bath Size

Standard Bath Size

In Australia, the standard bath size measures anywhere from 1500 to 1700 millimeters in length, and 700 to 750 millimeters in width. There are slight variations on these standard dimensions, but often these are categorised as small … Read more

Standard Ceiling Height

Ceiling Heights in Australia

Everyone loves a high ceiling. It’s cooler, has lot more space and is more visually appealing. Sometimes cost may tend to turn house owners towards the inclination of lower ceilings, but thanks to the standard … Read more