• How to Bring the Garden into your Conservatory

    • Posted on: 28 April 2016
    • By: admin

    If you have a conservatory attached to your home you’ll already know that it’s the lightest room in the house, enjoying more hours of sunshine per day than any other room, thanks to its transparent roof.  Even if you’ve opted to have a proper conservatory roof installed using lightweight roof tiles, you’ll still benefit from the huge windows that allow the light to come streaming in from dawn till dusk. 

  • Give your Home Kerb Appeal

    • Posted on: 27 April 2016
    • By: admin

    First of all, let’s take a look at the phrase “kerb appeal” and what it actually means.  Kerb appeal is what a house has when it looks attractive from the outside so that people want to live there.  If you’re selling your home, making sure it has kerb appeal is vital as first impressions are powerful and making sure that it looks great when people pull up in the car outside to view your home can be the difference between making the sale and being met with disappointment when the viewers don’t make an offer.  Today’s we’re going to take a look at some of the things that you can do to give yo

  • UPVC Gutters – the Pros and Cons of Installing Gutter Guards

    • Posted on: 21 April 2016
    • By: admin

    Last week we took a look at the various types of gutter guards that are available to keep gutters clear of debris and allow rainwater to drain freely away from your home.  However, although gutter guards may seem like a great idea and you may be tempted to rush out and buy them straight away, there are some home experts who wouldn’t recommend them at all, whether you have old style cast iron guttering or a durable and versatile UPVC guttering system.  Some experts believe that gutter guards are just not worth