How to Keep Your Driveway in Top Condition

Written by   |  Published April 25, 2017  |  Posted in: Advice  |  Tags: ,

A new driveway is a significant investment. Installing a brand new driveway will take up time and money but it’s usually worth it. It will have a positive effect on you and your household and create a great first impression of your home to visitors.

So once you’ve invested in a new driveway it’s vital to maintain it. This will reduce your long term spending and ensure you have a driveway that you’re happy with for longer. Continue reading…

5 Steps to Remove Fleas from your Home for Good

Written by   |  Published April 12, 2017  |  Posted in: Advice  |  

Fleas are a headache to get rid of as soon as they’ve got into your home. They will breed so quickly that when you get just one flea in your home it’s too late.

Fleas are parasites, which means that they require a host to reside off. If you’ve got a family pet, they will leap onto them and reside off their heat, hair and bloodstream.

Furthermore, they can survive within your carpets, simply coming up in order to suck on the blood during the day before coming back, so you aren’t safe even if you don’t have house animals.

If you think you might have fleas, there are several things you have to do as soon as possible to get rid of all of them.
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6 Common Roofing Problems and How to Solve Them

Written by   |  Published April 11, 2017  |  Posted in: Advice & Tips, Roofing  |  Tags: ,

As an exposed part of your property, your roof can take quite a beating. But it’s important to keep it in good condition so your home is protected.

Part of looking after your roof is keeping an eye on it. If you frequently check it for damage then you should be able to fix it before the problem gets worse.
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4 Ways to Adapt Your Home for Autistic Children

Written by   |  Published April 2, 2017  |  Posted in: DIY, Interior Design, Painting & Decorating  |  Tags: ,

Autism is a disability that affects how people experience the world and interact with others. According to the National Autistic Society, more than 1 in 100 people have autism. People of all different backgrounds can be autistic and experience it more or less severely.
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6 Common Home Improvement Mistakes to Avoid

Written by   |  Published March 16, 2017  |  Posted in: Advice & Tips, Home Improvement  |  Tags: ,

If you’re a homeowner, the chances are that you’ll need home improvement work doing at some point. You might have problems that need fixing, want to create more space or simply add value to your property.

Whatever your reasons for getting work done, it’s important that your home improvements are high-quality, timely and accurate. There’s no point putting time and money into work that you’re not happy with or will need redoing. Continue reading…

6 Pancake Day-Inspired Ways to Make Your Kitchen the Ideal Sociable Space

Written by   |  Published February 28, 2017  |  Posted in: Interior Design, Kitchens  |  Tags: ,

Open plan home layouts are currently very popular, kitchen-diners in particular. Historically, kitchens were as removed as possible from dining areas, but this trend died along with the idea that you should have servants to do the cooking. Now we want living spaces where we can cook and socialise with friends and family. And this is pretty understandable – no one likes being confined to the kitchen while the people they love enjoy spending time together in another room. Continue reading…