NSW State regulation of short term holiday lettings like AirBnB may soon be upon us. In the meantime, one NSW local council has announced fines of $10,000 for any homeowner not following their rules.
Getting your Development Application approved by your local council can be tricky and time-consuming. We explain why it makes sense to entrust the DA process to experts who will negotiate the approval on your behalf.
If your home is on the small side, but you love where you live, why move? Our short video explains how you can enjoy more space by adding to or extending your home.
Part two of our series looking at ways to make your home renovations more sustainable includes advice on buying solar panels, installing energy efficient appliances and fixtures, as well as water use and re-use.
There are 5 main points to focus on when designing and building your renovation with the environment in mind: Passive Design Principles, Materials, Waste, Energy and Water. In this two-part series we share some ways to make your home renovations more sustainable.
Are you planning on renovating or extending your home? Under a new proposal to amend NSW Planning laws you may be legally required to involve your neighbours before submitting your DA to council for approval. These are the first major planning changes for NSW in the last 30 years.
Is one of your goals in adding another floor to gain amazing views? We look at aspect (the outlook from your home) vs orientation (the direction your home is aligned to) and how to plan around getting the most from both.
Your choice of paints, floor coverings and building materials can have a big impact on indoor air quality, allergens and other factors that adversely affect health. We take a look at the main villains – the chemical nasties you and your family want to avoid.
Some examples of the work Addbuild Additions has carried out for Sydney homeowners, helping them release more space in their homes. We're experts in transforming houses you've outgrown into homes you love.
Amid rising temperatures and energy costs, it’s more important than ever to consider passive cooling design principles when planning a home addition. We walk you through the basic principles of designing home additions that keep you cool when the heat is on.