Energy in the home – we couldn’t do without it. We might be reliant on the energy we consume but that’s no reason to be wasting what is, after all, a valuable resource and one that is costing us money
The majority of insurance policies – such as those for your home or your car – are widely understood and the benefits are readily appreciated.
Subsidence results from the shrinkage or downward movement of the ground around the foundations of a building. As the ground moves, the foundations are in peril of failing and the building they…
Citing recent research, an article by Accelerate Homes on the 13th of January 2019, said that it takes an average of two to three months to sell a home in the UK...
Home renovation is frequently a more cost-effective way of gaining more space or remodelling your home or let property than moving to a new house or investing in new property – Homebuilding and Renova
There is nothing like a breath of fresh spring air for our thoughts of renovating, refurbishing, or at the very least redecorating our homes. With that new sense of hope in the air, it is probably one
So far, so good, the run-up to this winter remains reasonably mild. But who knows what the weather has to bring once the days are past their shortest and storms, floods, ice and snow begin.
Some of us, just don’t like spiders. As the weather gets colder spiders and other pests will try and keep warm in your home and if you really want rid of them- here’s a few natural ideas.
I hate to be the one to remind you, but Autumn and Winter are just around the corner. The good thing is, that if you start planning now then you can protect your property from future problems.
A lot of the time, we would never think of knocking out a wall. You would be surprised at the space and modern designs you can bring to your home by considering something different.
These days it seems that people are happier to stay in their current homes and improve them rather than move somewhere completely new. Make sure you're making the right choice.
With more than 160,000 new properties popping up across cities in the UK every year, most people are jumping at the chance to be the first in the door. However have you thought about the negatives?