June 19, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
With those hot summer days fast approaching, pest around the home are set to become a common sight. Getting rid of these effectively needn’t be difficult, especially if the right steps are taken and products used.
The key to keeping pests away is to keep your home clean. This includes mopping up food spills / crumbs, not leaving dirty pots to pile up and disposing of rubbish. It’s also recommended to keep sugar and other dry ingredients stored in sealed containers.Read more
June 12, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
When it comes to cutting the lawn, you either love it or you hate it. There is no middle ground, but if you want your garden to remain looking at its best, it is something which needs to be done regularly – particularly during the summer months.
For those who fall into the “hate it” group, fear not as a solution is available – a robotic lawnmower, and more specifically the Flymo 1200R Robotic Lawnmower. For those who aren’t fans of cutting the lawn, the Flymo 1200R – which has 20 years of technology under its belt, is the saviour of the garden, helping you achieve a perfectly manicured lawn.Read more
June 3, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
Are you happy with how your garden looks? If you’re not, now is the perfect time to bring it into shape – and to give you a helping hand, we’ve compiled ten simple tips to help you turn yours into the perfect oasis.
May 27, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
On average, the UK experiences 1493 hours of sun a year. And following the last few weeks of rain, we’re due some glorious warm days which will enable us to unwind with friends and family – and enjoy a BBQ.
But, if you’re one of the hundreds who failed to properly clean your BBQ last summer, you’ll no doubt be rushing about looking for a replacement. How do you make sure you get the perfect one for your summer needs? Simply, follow the advice outlined below.Read more
May 22, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice  |  Money Saving Tips |
A survey conducted in 2014 revealed Brits on average spend £30,000 on gardening during their lifetimes. And whilst we can understand the importance of turning our gardens into a wall of colour we also know there are ways to achieve this for a fraction of the cost.
This is why, below, we’ve compiled a list of 22 easy ways to save money in your garden.Read more
May 11, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
Are you looking to achieve a better cut of your lawn? This infographic outlines 3 steps you need to consider to help you achieve the luscious lawn you desire.Read more
May 6, 2015 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Gardening Tips & Advice  |  Money Saving Tips |
Benjamin Franklin once said “a penny saved is a penny earned” and to help you save more than a few pennies around the home and garden, below are 25 money saving tips – many of which require minimal effort on your part.Read more
May 1, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
A dull chain will make your chainsaw dangerous to use, partly because it’ll increase the wear and tear on other components. Yet, there are a number of reasons why the chain on your chainsaw can become blunt, such as cutting “dirty” sleepers through to placing it on the ground whilst it is still spinning.
If you have noticed the chain is no longer at its best, replacing it can keep you safe, save you money and what’s more it isn’t as time consuming as you may think.Read more
April 29, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
So you’ve cut down the tree in your garden and trimmed the top of your conifers off. Now what’s left for your chainsaw? Unlike other garden appliances, the chainsaw isn’t one which will be used on a regular basis – meaning it is likely to be stored away for longer periods of time.
As such, it’s important to make sure when storing your chainsaw you do so correctly, as this will ensure it is ready for action the next time you need it – and to make sure you store yours correctly, we recommend you follow the guidance below.
April 27, 2015 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
Spring is in the air and many of us are looking to get out into the garden to give it a much needed tidy. Part of this is likely to involve cutting the tops of your conifers off to help get as much sun as possible into the garden.
To carry out such a task, you’ll need a fully working chainsaw, with a sharp chain. If your chainsaw was used excessively last year, the latter could be an issue. Thankfully, bringing your chain back up to sharpness doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming or costly.Read more