on 19 February 2018
Upcycle your bathroom: Renovating alternatives for the environmentally conscious bathroom renovator.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics*, Australia has a strong dependence on landfill as a form of waste management. The majority of waste that is not recycled or re-used in Australia is disposed of in the nation's landfills.
Landfills can impact on air, water and land quality. Landfill gas, mainly methane, is produced by decomposing organic waste which contributes to glo...
Posted by BathroomWerx
on 28 January 2018
Eight top bathroom renovation tips from 33 Years in Bathrooms
Determine what will be your must-haves and "lux"-haves. The essentials such as a good-sized bath and extensive storage, need to be accounted for in the budget, while more luxurious items (such as a rainshower), should only be considered when the final costings are completed.
Less is more a simple, pristine, uncluttered layout utilizing clever storage will make your bathroom appear more spacious and engag...
Posted by BathroomWerx
on 27 July 2017
Bathroom Werx recently expanded its operations from major cities, and now operates in regional cities across Australia.
On top of offering the following services:
Complete Bathroom Makeovers
Bathtubs & Spa Baths
Basins & Vanities
Specialist Chip Repair Service
You can now take advantage of Bathroom Werx cutting-edge technology and professionalism in a regional city near you. Whether you have a minor chip which needs repairi...
on 1 November 2012
Ken Tembo talks about how he got into a Bathroom Werx Franchisee
You wouldn't normally consider it a promotion to go from the hotel checkout to the hotel bathroom. But for me that's what it was!
I was in the hospitality industry for about 13 years, managing restaurants, bars and staff. To be honest I was just tired of the long hours. I don't mind long hours if you're getting paid, but there is not much overtime in hospitality. I like to be in control of what I do each day, a...
Posted by George Yammouni
on 6 March 2012
Start looking at finance options the minute you decide you want to buy a Franchise business.
If you are currently employed, I would look at establishing lines of credit with my Bank on property/assets that you own before resigning your position.
Get advice from a Financial Advisor or an Accountant on much money you can borrow on your current assets.
Once you know how much money you can access then you can decide on which Franchise system you can afford to buy.
It can be just heartbreaking ...