Replacing an internal door
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Replacing an internal door

When my house was renovated in the 1970s they replaced the beautiful old doors with cheap plywood doors. I wanted to replace our current doors with some feature doors that help to emphasise the beautiful dimensions of our house while allowing us to make the most of the light and warmth in the different rooms. I have compared options with a range of different doors before making my final decision. This blog talks about our project to select new doors in our home and I hope it will be useful to other people who are trying a similar project and replacing their internal doors.


Replacing an internal door

  • Choosing Roller Shutters

    15 October 2020

    Roller shutters are great for commercial, industrial or residential garage doors. Their structure offers a high level of security because it leaves no room for burglar break-in attempts. Here are the factors you need to consider when choosing roller shutters: Material Composition You may mostly come across steel and aluminium options. Thickened aluminium is the most recommended metal because it is lighter than steel. Since a roller shutter door is opened by lifting it vertically, steel might require more energy, hence more power usage.

  • 3 Ways You Know Your Roller Door Requires Professional Repairs

    24 June 2020

    Most homeowners don't install a roller door just to increase the value and aesthetics of their home; they also install the door to boost security. For this reason, every homeowner should ensure the roller door is in good condition throughout the year. However, the door might still develop some problems despite your efforts to keep it in good shape.  If you don't fix the problems immediately, the roller door might stop working completely, and this means you might have to replace it.

  • A Simple Compliance Guide for Annual Fire Safety Statements (AFSS) in Australia

    20 January 2020

    Under EPAR (Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulations), all commercial premises in Australia must possess an AFSS (annual fire safety statement). Besides, owners must present the statement annually to their respective state's fire brigade and the local councils. While some councils issue notices for submitting the AFSS, not all do, and it'll be your sole responsibility to comply with this.  Read on for insights on AFSS and the necessary steps you must follow during compliance assessment.