• Need New Guttering? Why You Should Choose UPVC

    • Posted on: 23 March 2016
    • By: admin

    Your home is your biggest investment, your most expensive asset so making sure all parts of your home are in good working order makes sense if you want to protect your property and make sure it continues to increase in value. This means regular home maintenance on both the interior and the exterior of your home. Our homes here in the UK tend to undergo a severe battering during our cold, wet winters, getting bombarded by storms, wind, rain, hail, snow – you name it and, weather-wise, we seem to get more of our fair share of it in Britain.

  • Need New Fascia Boards? Make Sure You Choose the Best

    • Posted on: 22 March 2016
    • By: admin

    If the fascia boards on your home are looking a little the worse for wear, then getting them replaced in a timely manner is essential in order to protect the rest of your home from the effects of the weather.  The fascia boards provide protection for both your roof and your home and it’s essential to make sure that they are not neglected and left to rot and deteriorate.  If so, just take a look at some of the functions of the fascia boards:

  • Five Top Tips to Revamp Your Conservatory

    • Posted on: 21 March 2016
    • By: admin

    Spring has sprung and it’s time to start thinking about how to make the most of our gardens, conservatories and outdoor spaces for the coming summer months.  If your conservatory is beginning to look a bit shabby, why not give it a makeover now so that you have a chic and elegant space to enjoy your garden from indoors?  Here are some ideas you can use to bring our conservatory bang up to date.

  • Why Rubber is the Best Choice for A Replacement Garage Roof

    • Posted on: 16 March 2016
    • By: admin

    Many homeowners here in the UK are lucky enough to enjoy the benefits of a garage as part of their property and this has many benefits, besides being a handy place to store the car out of the bad weather.  While some garage owners will methodically park in the garage and lock up every single night, many others don’t bother – leaving their cars on the driveway (or even on the street) rather than go through the process of opening up the garage, driving in, then locking up again afterwards.  The garage then becomes a handy place for extra storage a