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Home Living : May 18th 2010
HLF - HOME LIVING: NORTH WEST, Tuesday, May 18, 2010 1 HOMELIVING ............................................ INSIDE DO YOUR HOMEWORK Fixing faults adds to financial stress CARPET CARE Handy hints to get the most this winter TRADE CAREERS Lucrative jobs for youths LET THERE BE LIGHT Daylighting helps save costs Easier ways to renovate Janita Singh Easier ways to renovate It almost always makes sense to buy a house, even with interest rates going up. It's not only about ownership, but also about the family having their own space and you acquiring an asset. But as every homeowner will tell you, when you buy a house, responsibilities come with it: furnishing, decorating and renovating to suit your lifestyle. Home renovations aren't cheap. But there are several ways to go about doing this and seeing your vision come to life. Anyone who's been through a renovation will tell you that things don't always go to plan. So before you begin the project, explore your options and do your homework. For smaller projects, you may consider doing it yourself or with a few family and friends. For bigger projects, shop around to see what's available and look for cheaper ways of getting things done. Have a set budget, and it's a good idea to set aside a percentage of your renovation funds for future use. 1300 364 290 The Trusted Outdoor Additions Specialist PERGOLAS DECKS OPENING ROOFS CARPORTS www.pergolaland.com.au Visit our Showroom N 0
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