Is there anything more satisfying than seeing improvements around the home? Even better if they only take a weekend (or two) and don’t break the bank, winning! Hirepool has a huge range of equipment across its New Zealand branch network. With travel off the cards and more kiwis spending time at home, there’s never been a better time to get stuck into projects around your place. Let’s cover some of these today!
This streaking is the bane of every good bout of water blasting. Luckily, it can be easily avoided; indeed, a number of water blaster hacks exist that make water blasting easier and more satisfying than ever before.
Is that ghastly wallpaper in the guest bedroom becoming too much to look at? Maybe the 1970s Flower-Power wallpaper needs to go, or you’ve come across some wallpaper inspiration you want to try. Well, we have good news as removing wallpaper yourself is a simple task when you use the right tools. Our guide to removing wallpaper easily will take you through all the steps involved; from prepping the walls, through to the beautifully bare walls you’ll be left with at the end.
In this article, we’ll go over the best way to remove a tiled floor and everything you’ll need to complete this job from start to finish. We’ll cover the preparation and execution, the tools and protective gear you’ll need and how to go about this big job.
In cold and wet conditions and with the amount of rainfall we get annually in New Zealand, algae and mould can quickly build up on your garden path, driveway or deck, making for a slippery and unattractive feature at your place! To keep your outdoor areas looking as fresh and clean as possible, use a water blaster to clear the grime quickly and get back to enjoying your patio or path in no time.
Despite your best efforts at pre-cutting your decking boards or retainer boards to size, it’s always likely that there will be at least a few boards that are a bit longer or shorter than the rest. This is why cutting the timber at the end is such a necessary step, and it also allows you to carry out the prior stages without too much worry about whether the boards will be even or the same length.
Many home renovation jobs will require you to work at a great height, which can be daunting to many people. Using mobile scaffolding towers can be an excellent solution for this problem, as it provides greater safety for you, and gives you a more secure standing point for you to work from.
Our purpose here is to lay out an easy-to-read, informative guide to drilling perfect holes every time, giving you a valuable new skill and improving the quality of your current job and any future projects you work on.