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Modern Trends For Your Entrance

27th May 2022

Giving guests to your home an impressive first impression is important. The first thing guests see is the front entrance and there are a number of ways to spruce it up. Modernising the entrance to your home can not only add valuation, but will also give visitors as well as family members a warm welcome...

Commit To A Window And Door Upgrade To Try Fight Against Energy Costs

12th April 2022

Energy bills are giving millions of UK homeowners a real financial headache at the moment due to the unprecedented rise of the price cap.  This has been a hot topic in the news for weeks following the 54% increase from April 1st to £1971 (it previously stood at £1277).  And it will continue to dominate...

Invite More Natural Light Into Your Home With Our Tips

7th March 2022

We all want a home that is light, bright and welcoming. In fact, many homebuyers believe a home with natural light is almost as important as a home with a garden. The clocks are due to go forward at the end of March, which means we can all look forward to an extra hour of...

How To Give Your Living Space A Lift With Colour

14th February 2022

We cannot wait until the colours of spring begin to appear. Some of them have started to emerge, but it won’t be until the clocks go forward that they really flourish.  Do you have lots of colour in your home both internally and externally? If not, why not? You need some colour during these dark...

3 Home Trends That Will Be Hot In 2022

13th January 2022

It would seem that many local householders have made improving their home a priority in 2022, judging by the number of enquiries we have recently received.  Are you about to embark on a home improvement project of your own?  If you are, it would be helpful for you to firstly know about some of the...

How To Get Windows And Doors Looking Fantastically Festive

7th December 2021

Santa sure is sneaking up on us with there now fewer than 20 days left until he navigates his way down our chimneys.  After a particularly tricky year, we believe that everyone deserves the most fabulous festive period and what will get you right in the mood is adding Christmas decorations to your windows and...

How To Capture A Cosy Cottage Feel In Your Home

9th November 2021

When retreating indoors at your home, after being outside in the cold weather, what you want more than anything is lots of warmth and cosiness.  You will be assured of that if you establish a cottage-feel in your property, which will make the freezing winter months fly by.  It can be accomplished in any house...

Creep It Real With Halloween Decorations For Your Windows And Doors

11th October 2021

We may not celebrate Halloween on as big a scale as the US does, but every year seems to be getting bigger over on this side of the Atlantic. It’s true that everything’s bigger in America, and so while they often favour exaggerated, gruesome displays for Halloween, there are more subtle ways to get into...

3 Easy Solutions To Prevent Condensation

14th September 2021

Whenever there’s too much humidity in your home, condensation appears. Condensation forms when warm, humid air hits a cold surface. For this reason, condensation is a problem when the temperature drops around this time of year, as we continue to do everyday, humidity-causing activities such as showering and cooking.  While condensation does not sound like...

3 Clever Home Improvement Ideas For A Smaller Home

1st August 2021

It’s rare that you will ever hear someone complaining that their house is too big inside. What you will hear a lot is people complaining that their home interior is too small. One of the biggest reasons why this is the case is because new-build homes in this country have decreased in size by 20%...

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