Door buying guide

You may already know what you’d like your new door to look like, but have you thought about all the features that separate a good door from a great one? Whether it’s your front door, patio or bi-folding doors, your new doors will need to meet various standards to make sure they keep you and […]

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Cladding Fire classifications explained

It’s important to understand the difference between cladding fire classifications, the laws surrounding them, and what they mean for your project when choosing which building materials to use. Safety must always come first- whether it’s for your home, place of work, your child’s school, or elsewhere, it’s crucial to use materials which are regulated and […]

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Embracing ‘hygge’ in your home this Christmas

Let’s face it, we’ll probably be spending Christmas at home this year, whether we like it or not. For a little help in interior decoration and making our homes feel like Christmas, however, let’s cast an eye across to our Nordic friends. What is Hygge? It’s one of those words that doesn’t seem to make […]

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5 ways to enhance the curb appeal of your home

The housing market is always volatile and in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and the recently announced recession, it’s only going to get more volatile in the weeks and months to come. With interest rates at an all-time low, the next six months are going to be an incredible time for the sector and […]

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Selling up? How to make the best first impression

You only get to make one first impression so getting it right the first time is crucial. This is true whether you’re meeting someone for the first time, preparing a presentation at the office or showing a potential buyer round your house. In the latter case, it’s particularly relevant, as it could lead to a […]

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How to let more natural light into your home

Artificial light in the home certainly serves its purpose. It allows us to enjoy a book before bed and to see what we’re doing in the kitchen in the evening during the winter. It’s also always there when we need it. Natural light, on the other hand, is not quite as easy to control but […]

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Top tips for enjoying a lighter, brighter living space

In such dark times, light has never been more important and as we’re all spending so much more time at home right now. Bringing some of that light into our living rooms and kitchens, where we do so much of our actual ‘living’, is at the forefront of many minds. You could be fooled into […]

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Improving your home’s ventilation for the long term

We’ve all been spending a lot more time at home in recent months. Not by choice, of course, but the fact remains and with COVID-19 not going anywhere anytime soon, chances are we could be spending even more time at home this summer. As such it’s become a priority for some to ensure they are […]

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Could the air within your home be affecting your skin?

Most people know that breathing polluted air is bad for your health. Standing close to busy roads, airports, and other places with high emissions can make us feel a little anxious. For people with conditions like asthma, it can have even more of an impact. However, while we’re all aware of the quality of the […]

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