Whatever the weather, we're here to help with advice on how to prepare your home and garden. We've got you covered from heat waves to extreme cold and everything in between.
When the temperature plummets and it's cold and frosty outside, our handy tips will help you stay warm and cosy through the winter.
Keeping warm in winter doesn’t have to mean cranking up the central heating or lighting the fire.
Deciding to add a fire to your home doesn’t just have to be about keeping you warm.
Damp can often be treated and prevented without calling in the professionals.
Dehumidifiers are a great way to protect your home from moisture and mould. Not only that, they protect against dust, bacteria and germs.
Water can cause serious damage to your home, so acting quickly is essential if a problem occurs in the plumbing system.
Your home should be a safe retreat - somewhere to feel happy and secure, and keeping it protected doesn't have to be hard.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a permanent solution, or ones that can be put up and taken down as and when you need them – let us shine some light on the best options for you.
If you want to create some interesting lighting effects, why not replace your standard pendant light fittings with streamlined recessed spotlights?
Fencing is the most popular way to mark a boundary and is a cost-effective and easy-to-install option for your outdoor space.
Wooden fence panels and posts can be prone to storm damage, rot or attack by insects.
The exterior of your house takes a constant battering from the elements - especially wind and rain. This can take its toll on the masonry and guttering systems, and can sometimes overwhelm them.
Nothing delights like a sunny summer day – but prolonged periods of warm weather can make homes feel stuffy and dry, and make staying safe in the sun a priority when outside.
With lockdown and compulsory quarantines restricting global travel, a lot of us are deciding to beat holiday blues by choosing to ‘staycation’ this summer.
Here are our top tips to get great garden results without lots of time and effort. And best of all, we’re not talking massive changes, just quick fixes to improve what you’ve already got.