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Five Ways to Make your Home a Sanctuary

There are no two ways about it, 2020 has been a challenging year. We have spent more time than ever before in our homes and quite possibly seen parts of it in a new light. Having so much time in our home environment, can highlight areas which we feel we might like to...

Five Ways to Stay Entertained at Home

Whether you are spending more time at home than usual or looking for ways to enjoy weekends and time off, there are plenty of ways to entertain yourself at home. Whilst a slower pace can be nice, there is no reason that being at home has to mean sitting around...

Why a Domestic Lift is so Useful in the Home

Domestic lifts are fast becoming the ‘go to’ option for New Zealanders to install in their homes for a number of reasons. Having a home lift situated in the property is particularly useful for people in later life when the stairs start to become challenging. For those...

How a Home Lift could Boost the Value of your Home?

Property prices in New Zealand have seen significant growth in the last three months of 2019 according to reports. In fact, it has been the strongest increase recorded since 2016. The national average property price is now $710,129. In particular, Auckland and Dunedin...

How to Celebrate Waitangi Day on February 6!

Waitangi Day is held to mark the signing of the country's founding document as a national holiday every February 6 across New Zealand. The Waitangi Treaty was signed in 1840 at the home of James Busby at Waitangi. To mark this important day in the nation’s calendar,...

5 Ways to Upgrade your Home in the New Year

Perhaps you have been in your home for a good while and whilst you love it, maybe it is time for a refresh. Let 2020 be the year to tackle this and make some improvements that help you get the most out of your property and make it feel extra special. Think about going...

Five Ways to Prepare for an Older New Zealand

New Zealand’s population is ageing rapidly but how quickly are we as a nation adjusting to the needs of older people? Statisticians predict that by 2050, 27 per cent of people will be aged 65 or older. A recent study, undertaken by Dr Ngaire Kerse a professor at the...

Helping to Keep New Zealanders in the Home they Love

A draft strategy by the Government which aims to make New Zealand a better place for people to get older was launched earlier this year, called Better Later Life. The public consultation on its contents has recently closed, with the aim being to release the final...

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