Over recent years more and more homeowners have been turning to home renovations in order to make their properties more suitable, comfortable or practical.
Leading garage door manufacturer Garador is proud to announce the launch of its latest product innovation; the PVC Chatsworth door.
Having predicted a flooring trend for larger planks at the start of the year, luxury vinyl flooring manufacturer Moduleo has seen a surge of interest in this new trend.
Comparison site warns those ‘improving instead of moving' to take care not to invalidate their home insurance.
Almost half of all Brits questioned in a recent survey admitted to not wearing rubber gloves whilst cleaning the toilet.
A welcoming kitchen is one of the major attractions for potential homebuyers – whether it is the family focal point or a singleton’s stylish space.
Modern preservatives, new sources of renewable timber and even the price of metal are all making wooden gates more desirable to UK consumers.
7 million homeowners say their home is in need of some repairs, according to research for mortgage and loans broker Ocean Finance - but with money still tight for many people across the recession-hit UK, more than half can't afford the necessary repair work.
With summer finally here - many of us are likely to spend more time socialising or relaxing in the garden, or away from home altogether on a seasonal break.
With energy bills at an all-time high and the threat of nationwide blackouts hitting the headlines, UK households could be saving a huge 90% on their lighting costs by simply replacing their traditional light bulbs with eco-friendly LED alternatives.
It's an age-old tradition, but millions of people in the UK still roll up their sleeves, don their rubber gloves and give their home a big clean in the spring, according to research for thinkmoney.
Over 25 per cent of house hunters were happy to pay up to an extra £5000 for a property with features they considered aspirational according to the results of a new survey.
Four in ten British homeowners say they feel nervous about using a builder or tradesmen for projects around the home or garden, a study has revealed. Nearly three quarters of Brits said they feel anxious when it comes to dealing with workmen they haven’t met before, and almost half feel they are going to get ripped off.
A growing DIY skills gap and an empty toolbox is leaving young adults ill-equipped to do basic household maintenance tasks, relying instead on mum and dad for both advice and hands on help.
Householders embarking on a home improvement project this May bank holiday are being urged to check their insurance cover to avoid stumping up thousands of pounds to fix DIY disasters.
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