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Home Improvement Trends For 2019

18th January 2019

Have you grown a little bored of your home interior but have no interest in moving house? Then the obvious solution is to wipe the slate clean and reimagine the current appearance of it. You might have some ideas in your mind of how to freshen up its look but it also helps to know...

3 Ways Of Increasing The Value Of Your Home

11th January 2019

No-one can be quite sure of the impact our impending exit from the European Union will have on the UK housing market – will it cause house prices to drop, stagnate or rise? Who knows what will happen; we cannot give householders a definitive answer. All we can recommend is that the most sensible move...

Take Advantage Of Our Finance To Get Home Improvements For 2019

8th January 2019

What New Year Resolutions have you made for 2019 and more importantly, will you realise them? Some of us decide to hit the gym to shed those extra pounds gained over Christmas. Some choose to take a brand new career path. And some opt to upgrade and enhance their property to make home living extra...

5 ways of improving your conservatory for Christmas

10th December 2018

Whether you like it or not, the winter weather has arrived and Christmas is fast approaching. But just because it’s cold outside, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get the most out of your conservatory this season. You may primarily associate your conservatory with the summer months however, a few additional touches can transform your space into...

How To Turn Your Front Door Into A Christmas-Inspired Entrance

5th December 2018

The clock is well and truly ticking if you have yet to complete your Christmas shopping or decorate your house for the festivities – you don’t want to disappoint your fellow family members or Santa! Putting up the Christmas decorations is always one of the most fun parts of the Christmas build-up and certain to...

Is It Worth Buying An Orangery?

30th November 2018

If you’re an organised and progressive-thinking homeowner you may currently be thinking up ways you can improve your home in 2019 and buying an orangery may be included on your list of ideas. There’s set to be no let-up in the number of people choosing to improve and not move once the New Year comes...

Should I Consider Triple Glazing More Than Double Glazing?

7th November 2018

Triple glazing wasn’t even a “thing” in this country until a few years ago as prior to then it would be predominantly used in colder countries like those in Scandinavia where it has been available for decades. It was only as UK energy bills began to soar that our nation’s window and door suppliers started...

Five Ways Of Cutting The Cost Of Your Energy Bills

5th November 2018

Debt is the last thing anybody needs at any time, but particularly in the lead-up to Christmas. However, according to research conducted by uSwitch, UK household energy debt has increased by 24 per cent during the last year – this means around £400 million is owed to energy suppliers by customers. It’s a frightening figure...

How To Ensure Your Conservatory Is Useable This Winter

31st October 2018

Thousands of conservatory owners will be cursing the cold weather as it prevents them from being able to use their lifestyle extension over the winter months. Exposure to a cold climate causes a lot of old conservatories to get extremely cold and there’s nothing pleasant about spending time in a setting that leaves you shivering....

Why Does Condensation Occur And How Do I Stop It?

23rd October 2018

We get asked lots of questions about condensation at this time of year as it’s during the coldest months that it most often builds up on the outside, and sometimes the inside of windows. When condensation gets really bad, most typically because of poor insulation and heating, not a faulty window, it can cause a...

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