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Renovation

Making a Rental Property Feel Like Home

When renting a property it’s understandable that you will not want to invest large amounts of your hard-earned cash into a house that you don’t own. But we also understand that even though it’s not technically “yours”, you’ll still want it to feel homely and give it your own stamp. As a tenant, you’re often […]

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Garden Renovation

Lockdown Sees Surge in Demand for Artificial Grass

The term “artificial grass” has tripled in popularity according to Google Trends, which tracks the popularity of online searches. It’s a 185% jump in May in 2020 compared with the same month last year. This suggests a clear surge in people looking to convert their lawn with artificial turf. It’s an ever-growing market in the UK […]

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Renovation

How to renovate your home without the hefty bill

Everybody knows the mantra ‘there’s no place like home’ which is exactly why it is important to love the surroundings you are in. After all, if you are spending hours of your life in your house, you want it to convey a homey feel so your family and friends can come over to visit and […]

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Renovation

6 Repainting Projects that Can Give Your Property a Curb Appeal Boost

There’s no shame in living in an old house. However, years of existence and the ever-changing weather can cause your home’s beauty to fade gradually. Whether you’re thinking about selling down the line or you simply wish to give your property’s curb appeal a healthy boost, painting certain parts of its exterior is the best […]

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Remodel Renovation

Renovating the House- 4 Essential Tips

Renovating the house is not a walk in the park; just ask the 2012 winners of the Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Awards. The event celebrates the best in British self-build, and the front-runners have had to endure blood, sweat and tears in order to create spectacular masterpieces. The overall winner, Tim and Ceridwen Coulson, from […]