Thinking about moving this year? As Brisbane roof specialists, we keep a tab on what's happening around Brisbane’s suburbs, so we thought we’d provide you with a list of some of the predicted top Brisbane suburbs for 2018.
Did you start the New Year with a bang? The glittering fireworks that brightened up our skies have already faded but that doesn’t mean that the initial spark and excitement doesn’t continue as we get into 2018. A new haircut; a new exercise regime; why not a new roof?
The roof is arguably the most important component of your home, after all it keeps water out and provides shelter from all the elements - the bright summer sun included. So as you get into the new year, it just might be time to see if your roof needs any fixing or replacing.
As you gaze from your seat, sitting amongst the clouds (ok, well you’re pretty close) lookout to see the sparkling street lights below and feel the breeze flowing through your hair and you’ll surely be amazed at why you hadn’t thought of going to a rooftop bar before! In this post, we share some of our favourite Brisbane rooftop bars to help you plan some great celebrations this holiday season.
Your house sparkles in the middle of the night, and drivers or walkers passing by can’t help but feel the spirit of Christmas! In our last post we shared some tips on ways to avoid damage to your roof this holiday season, and in this post, we go into further detail on hanging lights this holiday season.
It’s that time of year again and while most Aussies aren’t as into Christmas decorations as some of our American friends, there are a few of us who go all out to decorate the house (the roof to be specific) with a few streets that we all go to visit to see what is going on this year. Which leads us to this week’s post - 5 ways to avoid damage to your roof this holiday season.
The Christmas countdown is on. In a few short weeks, houses and roofs all over Brisbane will be covered in Christmas lights, decoration, and tinsel. It’s an exciting time for lovers of the silly season, with many venturing out all over the city to track down the biggest and most extravagant light displays.