Posts Tagged ‘building’

Disabled in Devon and looking to get some house adaptations

July 16th, 2018

Are you disabled in Devon and looking to get some house adaptations, here is our top 8 list of things that can be changed in your house and garden to make it feel more like a home. Here is our top 8 adaptations that can be made to your home 1 Accessibility Ramps Getting in […]

Top 10 Garage Conversion Ideas

June 15th, 2018

For many of the homeowners in the UK, a garage conversion is one of the simplest and most economical ways to add a new habitable room to your property. It, for the beholder, either A) adds value to your home. Or B) is simply a nice, new space for you to relax, work, or play […]

10 PLANNING RULES THAT HAVE BEEN RELAXED!!!!

March 4th, 2018

Did you know you can undertake certain projects without the need for planning permission? In order to boost new housing building in Britain, the government has relaxed the rules on planning permissions, making it easier for you to make changes to your property. Heres 10 things you can now do without planning permission 1. Internal Remodelling Open […]

Protect Your Home During The Gruelling Winter

November 16th, 2017

Follow this simple seven-step guide to ensure you are prepared for the gruelling wintertime weather As we move from summer into winter, many insurance companies advise homeowners and landlords of the importance of protecting their properties. Each year thousands of homeowners are caught out by a sudden cold snap. Winter weather – freezing temperatures, heavy rain, […]

Home Maintenance Checklist

April 29th, 2015

Your home’s interior and exterior can change drastically over the years and it usually takes another pair of eyes to point this out as you wouldn’t necessarily notice the changes. The problem that you will face as a homeowner will be the fact that potential underlying damages are very deceptive and virtually undetectable to the […]

Lego changes the industry!

July 28th, 2014

Lego changes the industry!! In the future, building companies may be modelling their construction practise on their childhood leisure activities, as a developer has created bricks based on the classic toy, Lego. These ‘Smart Bricks’ slot together in a similar way to lego, and are purported to be so efficient that they could significantly cut […]

Why is Property Maintenance Important?

July 13th, 2014

Why is Property Maintenance Important? When money or time is somewhat short, it can be easy to overlook minor or routine repairs to your home as something that can wait. With time and use, all buildings inevitably deteriorate, causing issues that may initially be inconsequential, but if left could cause more serious issues. Your home […]

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