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  • The best way to heat your bathroom: Underfloor Heating or Radiators

    Once considered an extravagance, underfloor heating systems are becoming ever more popular and desirable, adding an element of luxury for prospective buyers. Radiators have always been a trustworthy and popular choice and have evolved to be a stylish feature as well as add heat to your bathroom.

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  • Solid oak vs Oak veneer

    Solid Oak:

    It has been said that solid quality and aesthetics of the Oak cannot be beaten, working well with most tools and glues there are not many negatives. Oak flooring offers a highly durable composition, combined with great aesthetics, boasting a quality feel that is seen to improve with age by the time it starts to get old the quality of the material improves! Continue reading

  • 5 ways to add value to your home

    The first thing to consider is if the ‘’added value” equates to more than the work itself? Research is key to ensure that improvements are going to have the desired effect and increase the value of your home. Realising your properties ceiling value to ensure a return on your investment is a good place to start.

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  • How to keep warm on site this winter

    Now that winter is in full swing and the cold weather is set to get worse, we’ve put together a few top tips on how to keep warm on site. Continue reading

  • 5 Things You Should Know When Planning a House Extension

    1. Planning permission:

    Planning permission is usually required in most instances when developing your property. Contacting your local planning authority is always advised to ensure you have the best possible advice before going ahead with any changes. However, a few helpful questions to consider before you start the process: Continue reading

  • The pros and cons of a wetroom

    The opulent design of the wetroom has seen a recent rise in popularity and demand is becoming ever greater but is the wet room as good as it looks? Continue reading

  • 5 Tips for Preventing Accidents At Work

    From commercial to small-scale residential construction, sites can be dangerous places. Although contractors and builders do all they can to avoid injuries and keep up with safety precautions, accidents still always happen and on average every person has 9.1 days off due to illness and workplace injuries. With that in mind here are somethings you can do to avoid these mishaps… Continue reading

  • How To Choose The Right Insulation For Your Home

    Choosing the right insulation for your property is essential, whether it’s a new build, a self build or a property you’re renovating, the efficiency of your property should be one of your primary concerns. Choosing the right insulation is not only good for the environment it can save you lots of money on your heating bills. All new homes must meet a certain criteria when it comes to thermal performance, something you need to be aware of when building a new build. Continue reading

  • Choosing A New Boiler

    Your boiler has probably not had much use over the summer, but as the weather cools down your heating will be turned on more, and the demands on your boiler will increase. This is often the time of year when homeowners realise that their boiler isn’t working efficiently and look at replacing it. Continue reading

  • How To Lay Decking

    Decking provides you with a fantastic multi-purpose surface for your garden and is easier and quicker to fit than paving. It gives a durable and long-lasting area and helps you make more of sunny spots or extends your usable space for dining. Continue reading

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