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Sydney’s Northern Beaches vs Eastern Suburbs – Renovation PricesService Seeking’s new interactive map highlights all there price changes in the renovation sector over the last year.

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Value Still Exists Despite Rising PricesWith Servicseeking.com.au ‘s Renovation Consumer Price Index (RCPI) revealing that the price of Tiling in NSW has increased a massive 21.74% over the last year, it may come as a sh… Read More

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Tips and Advice

Indoor/outdoor TV installationSummer may still be a few months away, but an indoor/outdoor TV installation might be something that you would want to consider as early as now. Yes, some of you might find it cosi… Read More

By Gladdys Garcia

Benefits of a building inspectionBefore making any big purchases such as buying a house, it is essential that you know exactly what you’re getting. This is especially true for first-time buyers who don’t really … Read More

By Bee Tiongco

Should you hire a pro for a roof repair work?Today, more and more people are looking for ways to DIY. But when it comes to fixing a damaged roof, should you take care of it yourself or hire a professional to carry it out?

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By Arianne Zagala

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Pricing Guides

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5 factors that affect the cost of furniture removalMoving day can be a horrible experience if you do everything on your own. Good thing there are now numerous cleaning companies that can provide help. But don’t book a business ri… Read More

By Arianne Zagala

Renovation Consumer Price Index for Q4 2014Is this the right time for you to renovate? Check out our most recent Renovation Consumer Price Index to find out more about the cost of renovating a house in Australia.

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By Tim Veron

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Case Studies

Give Your Garden Some Love With Horti PassionHorticulture is a speciality that few people understand, let alone effectively implement. At first, I barely even understood the word! So luckily, for people like me, Nick at Horti… Read More

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Have Tree Removals Left You Stumped?Tree removals can be a nightmare! For anyone who has had to deal with a pesky tree, the journey usually starts when you realise the tree is causing you trouble. However, the hardes… Read More

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Rendering is the Difference Between a Good and a Great Finished LookWith the cost of renovation going up in most states across Australia, see all the price changes here, we all want to make our renovations as perfect as they can be. Often, the diff… Read More

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Cool Stuff

Interior decorating tricks for small spacesDo you want to make your small room appear more spacious? Good news: you don’t have to pay for costly renovation services to do so. All you need to do is follow some foolproof in… Read More

By Arianne Zagala

10 best landscaping ideas for 2015Are you planning to spruce up your backyard’s landscape design? What better way to jumpstart your project than by knowing the finest trends in landscaping!

To help you think o… Read More

By Arianne Zagala

Have Tree Removals Left You Stumped?Tree removals can be a nightmare! For anyone who has had to deal with a pesky tree, the journey usually starts when you realise the tree is causing you trouble. However, the hardes… Read More

By Sam

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Business Centre

Why pay a business through ServiceSeeking Payments?ServiceSeeking.com.au’s new payment system, ServiceSeeking Payments, is set to change the way customers and tradespeople complete their business transactions.

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By Gladdys Garcia

ServiceSeeking Payments: How it works for BusinessesCustomers can now pay for your services by credit card through our website using ServiceSeeking Payments — our new safe and convenient payment method. All you need is a few minut… Read More

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