You’ve probably barbecued your last burger of the Summer but
that doesn’t mean you should neglect your garden until Spring arrives.
With just a little TLC you can keep your garden clean and tidy, giving you plenty of enjoyment from it in the colder months.
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Office clearances can be even more stressful than moving house. Whereas a house move typically has a limited amount of furniture and other possessions, offices can contain huge amounts of all kinds of mixed materials.
Continue reading Top tips for office clearances
With less than 100 days till Christmas, there’s no denying that winter is coming. As the calendar pages fall like autumn leaves, it’s time to get the house ready for winter.
Continue reading Getting the house ready for autumn & winter: top tips
Clearing rubbish isn’t everyone’s idea of fun, but it’s made much easier when you hire a skip or a man with a van to remove all of your waste in one go.
Assuming you find a registered waste carrier who is fully licensed and legal, both options give you peace of mind and all the necessary paperwork to show that you have disposed of your waste correctly.
Continue reading How to get the right man and van for the job
Home renovations are one of the most common reasons why people hire a skip but before you start ripping out those fixtures and fittings, you need to be aware of building regulations.
Continue reading Building regulations you need to consider when renovating
Building a conservatory was once the go-to home improvement for households up and down the UK, not to mention a significant status symbol when it came to resale value – but is this still the case in the 21st century?
Continue reading Are conservatories still popular?
Renovating a house from roof to cellar can be hugely rewarding – both personally and financially, if you get it right – but it’s also one of the biggest practical challenges you can take on in life.
Continue reading 10 things you need to know about house renovation
With the new year underway, many more of us will be planning home improvements, but unless you’re a professional (and sometimes even then…!) there’s probably some simple steps you could take to make your next project run more smoothly.
Continue reading Top tips for planning home improvements
With New Year’s falling in the midst of winter, it’s highly likely that you’ve been putting off some important home maintenance jobs, whether they’re DIY projects or things that require you to call in the experts.
Here are five of the top New Year’s resolutions to have about the home, so you can start the year in comfortable and safe surroundings and make some early headway on your DIY to-do list for the next 12 months.
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Winter quickly takes its toll on home energy bills, as you’re likely to have the lights on for more hours in the day, you might be using appliances such as tumble dryers more often, and you’ll probably be cranking up the central heating on cold days.
Continue reading Top tips for saving on heating bills over winter