Kitchen Renovation

Kitchen Renovation Helpful Tips

It can be hard to know where to start when it comes to kitchen renovations. There are many decisions that need to be made, and there is so much information out there. Do you have enough time for a renovation? What will your budget look like? How do you actually go about renovating your kitchen in the first place? At Specifier, we’ll discuss everything from what’s involved with guides, the various types of materials on the market, and how long projects typically take in Australia.

As you can imagine, kitchen renovations are just that; they involve renovating your kitchen. This means that the space needs to undergo changes. Most of the time this involves tearing out tiles and cabinets or putting in new ones (if they aren’t already there). It also involves doing things like fixing leaky faucets, adding new appliances (ovens, cooktops, etc), or even expanding the space altogether so that you have more room to move around in.

Renovations are a broad term used to describe when a part of your home undergoes changes. For example, this can mean replacing old tiles, cabinets, or even appliances. This could be anything from a new oven to larger kitchen worktops. A large chunk of renovations happen in the kitchen, so it deserves a special mention here. Renovations for kitchens are all about making your space more functional and efficient. It might involve new appliances (like ovens and cooktops) or more room; in which case you can expect to see things like more storage space, larger benchtops, and extended cupboard space.

Renovations vary between types of projects as well as individual circumstances. On average, renovations usually last anywhere from a single day to three weeks depending on job complexity and location (i.e. city vs country). More complicated jobs that require extensive demolition or renovation will obviously take quite a bit longer.

How Long does Treated Pine Last?

The life expectancy of treated pine lumber can vary depending on a number of factors. You can read here about all the factors that impact the last of treated pine timber.

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Difference Between H2 and H3 Timber

The main difference between H2 treated timber and H3 treated timber is formaldehyde. Here at Specifier, you can read about the differences between H2 and H3 treated pine timber.

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What is H4 Treated Pine?

H4 Treated Pine timber is structural lumber that was introduced to the building industry in 1970. It is also known as PT (Pressure Treated timber products) and is treated with chemicals for greater insect and weather protection than untreated pine. Read more…

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Fridge Dimensions

A refrigerator is one of the appliances that we all need in our home. Materials the fridges are made and their standard sizes is something that you can read here.

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Standard Shower Size Australia

If you want to install a new shower in your bathroom or to replace the old one, this is the right place to find out about shower dimensions in Australia.

Bathroom Renovation

What is a Linear Metre

Have you ever wondered what a linear metre is, particularly as an Australian? Our comprehensive guide aims to answer just that

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