Home & Garden
Lives could be put at risk by the ‘perfect storm’ of one of the warmest winters on record and falling fuel prices.
Kate Letteriello, Managing Director for ArtSpace, has devised stunning interior schemes for many of Bloor Homes’ showhomes across the company’s Southern region, including the showhome at the executive Mayfield Place development near Windsor, where properties start from £1,495,000.
Central heating and double glazing top UK homebuyers’ list of ‘must-have’ property features.
Leading kitchen appliance manufacturer Gorenje is proud to launch the next generation of its best-selling Retro cooling collection.
You might imagine that the planning of a single storey extension is pretty simple. After all, you may already have a rough ballpark figure for what it will cost, on the basis of past projects.
If you are considering selling your home, there are a few things that you will need to do to prepare for a successful sale.
Your home is clearly important. Not only is it the corner of the planet you can call your own, but it’s also likely to be your most expensive asset. From both a financial and emotional sense, then, it pays to invest time in improving it from time to time.
For 18 million Brits, their neighbours have become a nuisance, according to research conducted on behalf of Ocean Finance.
London is the UK’s burglary claims capital, home to 16 of the top 20 hotspots, according to MoneySuperMarket’s annual Burglary Claims Tracker.
Grantham-based traditional radiator and bath company Trads is investing £40,000 in new lifting and testing equipment to meet growing demand for its cast iron radiators and improve product quality.
Decorating your home for the festive season has become so much more than a tree and some paper chains! It’s a carefully planned, colour co-ordinated extravaganza, with winter themed and festive accessories paired together to create a winter wonderland at home.
Leading kitchen appliance manufacturer Gorenje, has announced the launch of three new laundry products offering industry-leading Inverter PowerDrive technology.
When it comes to viewing a house, first impressions really do count. Nearly two thirds of Brits admit to judging possible new homes purely on ‘kerb appeal’ – making up their minds on whether to buy before even stepping foot through the door, according to the research by The Wood Window Alliance.
An increasing number of people are using their allotments and gardens to grow fruit and vegetables. This isn’t some time of idealistic ‘back to nature’ trend.
Surface specialist Max-Top is thrilled to announce that the Alexander Hotel group has installed Max-Top Quartz surfaces at its boutique hotel, Rowhill Grange Hotel and Utopia Spa, in Kent.
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