Rob Schneider

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Rob Schneider has been a freelance writer for most of his adult life. A "Jack of all trades" who takes a hands-on approach to life, he has also worked as a self-employed wood craftsman, home renovator and kitchen designer. In his spare time, there's nothing Rob enjoys more than exploring the great outdoors on his mountain bike.

Recent articles by Rob Schneider

Easy tips to deep clean your bathroom

Mar 30, 2017

It's easier than you might think to keep your bathroom sparkling clean.

Cleaning

Sydney Heritage: The most famous listed buildings

Mar 29, 2017

We take a look at Sydney heritage and the the most famous listed buildings around the city. Click to discover more!

Architecture

What is eco-friendly concrete made from?

Mar 28, 2017

We are using more concrete than ever before and researchers are looking for green alternatives to traditional concrete.

Concreting|Sustainability

Using different paint around the house

Mar 24, 2017

We take a look at different types of paint and where to use them around the house.

Painting

Bringing Aboriginal art tiles into the home

Mar 28, 2017

We look at some ways aboriginal art is used on tiles and how to incorporate them into your home.

Tiles

Unexpected things a handyman can do

Mar 22, 2017

A handyman can do anything you don't need a licensed tradesperson to do. You might be surprised by some jobs they have been asked to do.

Handyman|Trades

Building courtyards that work for your home

Mar 21, 2017

Build a courtyard that works, makes your home cooler, and provides you an intimate space for working and relaxing.

Garden Design

The best home automation apps for smart homes

Mar 16, 2017

Here are some of the best home automation apps available for your smart home.

Home Automation

What Should I Plant in Autumn?

Mar 20, 2017

The autumn months are perfect for ensuring your garden looks good in winter and is ready for spring and summer.

Plants

What Should I Plant in Autumn?

Mar 20, 2017

The autumn months are perfect for ensuring your garden looks good in winter and is ready for spring and summer.

Plants

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