Facade + Entry Reveal, Episode 1 | Colour Me Hamptons Renovation | House 11


SAY WHATTT? HAND OVER THE KEYS?

For our 11th house it was time to mix things up a little. We asked our brave homeowners to handover their keys, their budget and full creative control… to us!

They have no say… zip zilch zero.

We sent them on their merry way and jumped into action to create the family home they’ve always dreamed of.

WATCH EPISODE 1 NOW to meet the family who gave up control and put their faith in us to make over their precious home.

Lock in the next 6 weeks, as we reveal this home room by room, launching a new episode every Monday night at 8pm AEDT.

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Why Lean-To Conservatories Remain a Popular Choice

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Concerns When Building Your Own Solar Panels

While I am an supporter of building your own solar panels, there are some concerns. Besides being fun, solar panels can save you money on your utility cost. My concerns are listed below with my comments beside each.

Whose Fault Is It Anyway?

Dealing with mold in your home or office can be frustrating enough without worrying about how you are going to pay for all of the repairs and medical expenses. You may not be responsible for all of the bills you get stuck with though. While this may be good news for some, proving that structural damages and health problems were a result of the mold may in fact be your biggest challenge.

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