June Home News

June Home NewsThere are fewer styles of posts that the Restumping Melbourne team enjoys writing more than our home news round-ups. They’re akin to the historic rodeo tradition in name because, in the same way cowboys round-up cattle, we round up the best of what the internet and our industry have to offer. While reinforcing your foundation will always be our priority, so too will be sharing the information that guides you on any home-related topic. For those newer to the Restumping Melbourne site, first and foremost – welcome! We do these posts once a month and we hope that you’ll find the information entertaining, engaging and informative. Read on for our favourite finds of this month:

A Tax Credit for Home Improvements Is Vital in the Coronavirus Era

If you’re thinking about making home improvements and need an incentive, then this article is for you. In the time of the Coronavirus and a multitude of other things going on around the world, CNBC is quite accurate when it refers to your home as an anchor in your life. It may be a place where you’re spending much more time than usual, so you’re probably noticing the small things you’d like to change and thinking about the home renovations that you’ve been putting off for a while. While nothing is confirmed and everything is fluid, there’s great evidence here that offering home credits could be a great and timely reason to finally redo the kitchen or add a verandah out back. Visit this link for more information.

My Home Office: Olia Majd

If you’re thinking about your home office and need some inspiration, then this article is for you. We hear you; home offices can be tough. You want them to be unique and inspire creativity, but you also want them to be functional and dynamic so that you can use them for a variety of things. While this article isn’t an all-encompassing go-to guide, it is a kick of that inspiration and creativity we were just discussing. Enter Olia Majid, who normally specializes in beauty and lifestyle. Today, she’s decided to put on a different hat. Scroll through this link if you think it’s time that you elevate the space at home where you do some of your most important work.

Landscaping Industry Evolves, So Does Expectations for Applicants

Whether you work in landscaping, or you’re looking to have a future job completed, this article is for everyone. Landscaping has a new term – hardscaping. We’re talking about the jobs that require specific training or extra experience, like dealing with unique materials or heavy machinery. As consumer needs grow and become more intensive, this industry needs to rise to meet them. So, don’t be surprised if landscaping companies a) begin requiring a more extensive range of skills from applicants, but b) are able to offer significantly more services to consumers who are requesting them. It will be interesting to see where this goes. Read more information here.

While we generally work under the foundation of your home, you can tell that we have a deep appreciation for your entire property. Questions? Comments? Let us know! The Restumping Melbourne team would love to hear from you.