Why Every Business Should Consider Installing Wheelchair Lifts

Posted on: 29 June 2021

As a society, Australia is becoming more and more aware of the struggles of those less fortunate than the majority of the population. While huge strides are being made in every avenue of daily life, more can be done to make everyone feel included and create a truly caring community that looks after its most vulnerable. Some things are relatively easy to implement, such as quiet hours when the store has noise restrictions for elderly patrons to be more comfortable, others, like wheelchair lifts, can seem monumental.
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Are You Thinking About Buying a Forklift?

Posted on: 5 April 2021

Investing in a new forklift could offer a boost to your business productivity. If you operate a warehousing or manufacturing business, you will know how quickly work can build up. Perhaps, you are used to waiting for pallets to be carried outside and loaded on to trucks? Maybe, you expect your warehouse team to collect stock and bring it out onto the shop floor? With small items, that way of working may not be a problem.
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Attributes of Composite Decking That Make It a Superior Alternative to Natural Timber

Posted on: 8 December 2020

When shopping for decking supplies, you will be inundated by a multitude of natural timber solutions ranging from Teak, Spotted gum, Jarrah and even Blackbutt. But while these materials are undeniably attractive, they do require a great deal of maintenance if they are to remain durable and visually pleasing. As a result, there has been a steady shift towards composite decking materials, which are proving to be a more convenient solution for homeowners.
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How to Make Mosaic Tiles Work Better in a Bathroom

Posted on: 4 August 2020

If you install mosaic tiles, either on your floor or walls, then you turn your tiles into a design centrepiece. These tiles have a practical purpose, but they also enable you to create striking and unusual effects. Some people particularly like these tiles in the bathroom or wet room environments. You can install mosaics across both your floor and walls for a seamless overall effect. Or, you can turn your floor or one wall into a design piece.
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