IdeasWood owner and veteran kit shed specialist, Brian Best, discusses the importance of utilising eco-friendly materials for kit home development.
Chris Lett, Australian tyre recycler and founder of Branigans Tyres, talks about the effects of La Niña and the importance of tyre safety and standards to best withstand the harsh, wet and windy conditions. “Developing and designing quality-specific tyres should be a testament to tackling rough weather,” says Lett.
Australian tyre recycler and founder of Branigans Tyres, Chris Lett, explains the key principles of developing sustainable tyres and protecting the environment. In addition, Lett highlights the need to reduce the environmental footprint for tyre companies.
Kylie-Jane Shannon, owner of Jungle Kids Indoor Play Centre, and proud mother, discusses the six major categories of play that provide the well needed cognitive stimulation and nourishment for children’s play centre experience.
There are many eye diseases that can present with fairly innocuous symptoms early on but can later lead to more severe conditions, potentially resulting in blindness. Jacqueline Gattegno, a Smart Vision Optometrist at Eyes InDesign Bondi, warns that taking action too late can have dire consequences.
Brian Best, owner of IdeasWood and a 30-year shed kit specialist delves into the kit home facts that one should know and should familiarise themselves with to best understand the history and development of this extraordinary building type.
Australian tyre expert, Chris Lett, is the founder of Branigans Tyres in the Gold Coast, Queensland. Lett’s years of automotive experience provides the basis for first-class automotive advice. Lett provides an insight into the crucial safety features of ABS (anti-brake locking system).
Australian Tyre Recycler and founder of Branigans Tyres, Chris Lett emphasises and expands on the importance of Tyre Checks.
Eyesight is arguably the most important of the five senses, and a loss of visual acuity can be alarming. Gary Rodney, leading Smart Vision optometrist with Smart Vision Optometry, says that while protecting your eyes to mitigate damage in the first place should be a priority, there are steps you can take after the fact to either slow or reverse damage to the eye.