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  • Revell How-To Series: Functions of the Weathermatic ProLine Controller

    Revell Landscaping’s General Manager, Mark, provides some instructions on how to manually operate the Weathermatic ProLine Controller in various modes…

  • Eco-Geek Environment – 6 Sustainably Serene Ideas to Incorporate Into Your Landscaping Design

    It is a little-understated fact that getting back to nature has long lasting health benefits, calming the mind and releasing…

  • 5 Tips For Adding a Dash of Personality Into Your Backyard

      Whilst the average Australian backyard is getting smaller due to high-density inner city developments, it seems that many people…

  • Beneficial Beauty: How to Turn Your Outdoor Areas into an Eco-Friendly Haven

    Over the last decade, our interest in sustainable gardening has continued to soar. Modern gardeners are starting to see more…

  • Customising Your House to Be the Perfect Family Home

    We all know that there’s no exact blueprint for a family home. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some…

  • 5 Ways to Add Colour to Your Outdoor Space

    Feeling like your space is in need of a little splash of colour before your next barbecue? Adding some colour…

  • Revell How-To Series: Wiring the Weathermatic ProLine Controller

    Revell Landscaping’s General Manager, Mark, discusses the internal components of the Weathermatic ProLine Controller and shows how to correctly wire…

  • 5 Ways to Convert Your Outdoor Space into a Welcoming Retreat

    Over the years, gardening has been affectionately referred to as ‘the slowest of the performing arts.’ It generally moves along…

  • Urban Sanctuary – Landscaping Tips for Inner City Living

    So you’ve parted ways from the your spacious, colourful back yard in the suburbs for a trendy inner city abode…

  • Revell How-To Series: Programming the Weathermatic ProLine Controller

    Mark, Revell Landscaping’s General Manager,  shows us how to correctly program the Weathermatic ProLine Controller, including setting the date/time, start…