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  • 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

  • How To Erect A Fence

    As with all ground-work, before you start, identify where all pipes, drains and cables run and that none are in your way. Continue reading

  • Planning Your Next Landscaping Project

    Whether you're looking to transform your outside space into somewhere peaceful to sit and think that requires minimal maintenance, you want to have a fun area for children to play in or you simply want to surround yourself with beautiful colours and exhilarating scents, taking the time to properly plan your landscaping project is essential. Continue reading

  • Can Cavity Wall Insulation Save Me Money On My Energy Bills?

    Cavity walls, with two skins of masonry separated by an empty space, came into widespread use in the 1920s. They were designed to prevent the passage of moisture from the outside to the inside of the building, and thus stop dampness occuring. Continue reading

  • How To Apply For Planning Permission For A Building Project On Your Home

    If you want to make a major change to your property, build something new or change the way in which the property is being used, the first and most important step is to ensure you have permission from your local planning authority (LPA). Failure to obtain the proper permission can result in an enforcement order being issued, forcing you to undo all the changes you have made. The following guide will make sure you never fall foul of the regulations. Continue reading

  • 10 Tools That Make Great Valentine's Day Gifts For Your Man

    With Valentine's Day fast approaching, it's time to start planning a gift for the man in your life. Forget the flowers and chocolates - the way to a man's heart is through his toolbox, and we've rounded up ten great gifts that'll make his day. Continue reading

  • Alternatives To HIVE Active Heating

    Smart central heating systems are part of an emerging tech trend that is taking the world by storm. While HIVE may be one of the higher-profile brands in this fledgling market, it is not the only option for those looking to modernise the way in which they heat their home. Here are just a few of the alternatives. Continue reading

  • How Do I Stop My Pipes From Freezing?

    Water pipes that freeze in winter can be a first class disaster. Insurance companies have reported claims due to burst pipes as high as £100,000, but even if you escape initial water damage, back pressure can build up and cause damage elsewhere in the water system. Even a simple plumbing repair can be an expensive call out and leave you with additional damage to plastering and decoration, as well as days or weeks without heating or hot water. Continue reading

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