Building Licences

Did you know that even though someone may advertise their business as capable of 'Bathroom Renovations', they may not be licensed to do this work? Would you want to find out sometime after the project is completed that the structure of your home has been compromised by someone who didn't really understand what they were doing?

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Did you know that the Building Code of Australia and the Australian Standard (AS3740-1994) outline the minimum requirements for waterproofing in bathrooms in residential homes.


Bathroom renovations should have a correctly licenced tradesman on the job who will abide by these standards to ensure your biggest asset, that being your home, is correctly protected.


Correct waterproofing  will reduce the risk of structural damage occurring as a result of dampness, water leaks or condensation.


If you would like to know more about the minimum requirements so that you can ask some questions of your tradesman before you acquire their services

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Planning Considerations

Designing a successful bathroom renovation can be a daunting task, however, following a few basic guidelines can make the task all that much simpler.


With a bathroom renovation being one of the biggest undertakings in a home, taking the time to carefully consider the bathroom layout beforehand can ensure that the space is used effectively, save on potentially costly changes as the job progresses as well as ensuring that the job can be completed faster and hence with the least interruption to  your household.


There are also planning, building & safety regulations which need to be taken into consideration during the designing phase. Some of which you may not have been aware of.


For further information on things to consider when planning  your bathroom renovation, click the button below

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