Brighton Reticulation

Getting a Bore

Having moved into a place with no reticulation, we decided that this time around we would fork out the $$ for a bore, figuring we will be here a while so it will eventually pay for itself. I’m thinking that as water becomes more expensive it will also be a […]

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How Much For Reticulation?

This is an interesting question. We have always pitched ourselves at the mid-price range so that we can use quality parts, do an excellent job and give a proper warranty. You can always get cheaper – and sometimes you will get the same for cheaper – but generally speaking the […]

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Snake Season in Perth

Its that time of year when snakes come out, so as the move around the yard fixing the retic and attending to the garden be sure to keep an eye out and make sure it really is a stick! While doing some work in my own backyard today I discovered […]

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Great Gardening Info

My friend James Middleton at Aussiegreenthumb is a legendary gardener and a fount of information when it comes to anything in our backyard. This month he is running a series of blogs entitled 30 Days to a Better Garden. He’s only up to day 5 so its not too late […]

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Reticulation South of the River

Its a long way to anywhere south of the river and I have been there just twice this year (once on holidays!) But its nice to know people who live and work there so if you are looking for retic and turf south of the river then I can recommend […]

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Sir Walter Gets Laid

Sir Walter Buffalo turf always looks great when it goes down. Here’s one we did today in Balcatta. The ‘slabs’ of turf are a bit more expensive but they lay easier and take to the soil more easily too. If you can afford an extra couple of bucks/metre then its […]

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