• Gutter Guards Explained

    • Posted on: 13 April 2016
    • By: admin

    Gutter guards have been developed in order to prevent gutters from becoming clogged and blocking the guttering system which means that the rainwater can’t drain away properly into the downpipes which direct the water flow away from the building.  Gutter guards should also lead to a reduced need for maintenance – clearing the gutters to make sure there are no blockages.  As any householder knows, cleaning the gutters means accessing the roofline of your home.  If you’re planning on having a UPVC guttering system installed then you’ll want to protect it as best you can.

  • Conservatory Furniture Choices for the Homeowner

    • Posted on: 12 April 2016
    • By: admin

    If you’re lucky enough to have a conservatory or are planning to have a conservatory built, then you’ll need to consider just how you’re going to furnish your extra room.  After all, you’ve probably paid a lot of attention to the furniture you’ve bought for the rest of the rooms in your home and you’ll want your conservatory to be as aesthetically pleasing are any other room.   Of course, the type of furniture you buy will depend to a large extent on what you plan to use your conservatory for – a dining area, a space for the children to play, a home office or an extra sitting room.  If your

  • Buying a New Home? Check the Roofline Before you Buy

    • Posted on: 11 April 2016
    • By: admin

    If you’re considering buying a new (or first) home, there are so many things to consider that you’re probably confused but worried that what you at first consider a bargain may not turn out to be such a good idea after all.  The last thing you need after all the expense of buying a new property is to find out that it needs a small fortune spent on it in order to make sure it lives up to your expectations.  One of the things you’ll need to look at when viewing properties is roofline maintenance – this means taking a good look at the roofline of the house in order to check for signs of weathe

  • UPVC Cladding is a Cost Effective Solution

    • Posted on: 7 April 2016
    • By: admin

    Cladding is both a verb and a noun.  The verb form of cladding is defined as the application of one material over another to provide a skin or layer that’s intended to control the infiltration of weather elements.  It doesn’t necessarily need to be waterproof but to provide a degree of control to safely direct water to control run-off and prevent infiltration of water into the structure of the building.