As it will likely affect both tradies and property owners, it’s important to know what these new changes are, how it may affect your trade business, and how you can position yourself to best benefit from these exemptions.
At Hirepool, we’ve been working with tradies for over 60 years, so we know a thing or two about what it takes to run a trade business. Because we believe in working smarter (not harder) our team have compiled 5 quick tips for spending smarter in your trade business.
We love helping our customers build new fences on their properties and do it all the time with our large range of high quality equipment. But there are times when a new fence isn’t actually needed - the old fence simply needs some TLC. Today we’ll explore some low cost ways to breathe new life into a fence that’s seen better days.
In this guide, we’ll cover the heat removal and sanding methods of paint removal. These are the most commonly used when preparing for painting or decorating, and will work for almost all types of paint on any surface.
Mulch is definitely something you should have in your garden if you’re wanting your soil to stay healthy and it doesn’t take too long to create! It’s an affordable way to add value to your garden as you can use the organic matter in your own yard such as leaves, grass clippings, wood and branches.
There’s nothing like enjoying a BBQ on your deck with your family or friends for company. To ensure your deck is stable and lasts for a long time, attaching the decking boards is a crucial step in doing so. This step is done right after the rim joists and interior joists have been installed so that the decking boards can be attached securely and safely.
Cutting the posts to height is a common task when building a fence, as it’s always great to have your fences, decks and retaining walls looking as good and as possible. It’s not the hardest task to do and the end result makes it worth the effort and time.