March 26, 2020 | DIY & Home Improvement |
Got a home office? Whether you’re running your own small business, freelancing or have flexible working arrangement, working from home has its advantages. You can manage your own time and don’t have to navigate rush hour. But to get the most out of each working day you need a productive environment.
March 24, 2020 | DIY & Home Improvement |
Like our wardrobes, from time to time our homes need a new look and whilst this can be achieved by adding some art to the walls or a new rug in the lounge, there are other times when nothing but completely redecorating a room will do.
Along with adding a new look to your home, redecorating is also a great way to increase the value of your home, with it being estimated that a redecorated home can increase in value on average by nearly 3%.Read more
March 19, 2020 | DIY & Home Improvement |
How clean is your floor, really how clean is it? It may look clean, especially once you’ve ran the vacuum over it or mopped it, but in reality your floor is a lot dirtier than you may think. In fact, research conducted by the Rug Doctor has revealed despite a carpet’s high exposure to germs few of us provide the area with a deep clean, whilst over 30% of us only vacuum once a week.
With this sobering thought in mind, we look at how to clean your floors to ensure they are as clean as they can be.Read more
March 17, 2020 | DIY & Home Improvement |
Cleaning your home is a chore, even simple tasks such as vacuuming – but it’s something which needs to be carried out a couple of times a week. However, when it comes to cleaning the home many of us neglect the windows.
But how often should we clean our windows? Many local window cleaners suggest cleaning the windows on a fortnightly basis, but in reality, how often you clean your windows is all down to personal preference.
For those who would prefer not to pay for a window cleaner, but need their windows cleaned, you’ll be pleased to know there are a number of methods for window cleaning on the internet, and we’ve included 3 of our favourites below…Read more
March 12, 2020 | Appliances and Appliance Care  |  Cooking & Kitchen |
It’s fair to say water is very important for us human beings. We’re made up of about 60% of it after all. Water in the UK is cleaned and processed carefully so that it’s healthy and safe for us to drink, but there’s still a way to make it healthier… filtered water!
March 10, 2020 | Appliances and Appliance Care  |  Cooking & Kitchen |
If your milk has gone sour or the vegetables in your crisper have gone mouldy it doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve been left in the fridge too long. Repositioning your fridge’s contents could be all it takes to stop your food from going bad prematurely, but it’s also possible that there’s a fault with your appliance that needs fixing.
With summer approaching there’s no time like the present to ensure you’re getting the best out of your fridge so stop your food from spoiling with our top tips.Read more
March 5, 2020 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Gardening Tips & Advice |
Creating your own DIY decorations for your garden can be fun, inexpensive and a great activity for you and your family to get involved in. We have created a list of some of the best DIY bird feeders we have seen, that you can recreate yourselves. Read more
March 3, 2020 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
If you’re looking to spruce up your home, houseplants are a great addition to rooms. Even if you’re not particularly green-fingered, there are plenty of low maintenance options to choose from. These plants have the added benefit of being air-filtering, cleaning the air from pollutants found in household products. The research to support this was done by NASA scientists who identified the most effective houseplants for filtering toxins and pollutants from the air.
February 25, 2020 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
Sure to be a talking point with guests and a unique way to feature your plants, DIY planters are the perfect way to make a statement in your garden. Check out these 5 example ideas for some inspiration!
February 20, 2020 | Gardening Tips & Advice |
It may seem like an age since you were last able to get out into your garden. But with spring nearly here, it’ll soon be time to begin seriously thinking about your lawn’s first cut of the year. When it comes to the first cut, it isn’t as simple as just getting the lawnmower out of your shed. Instead, to ensure your lawn remains a luscious green there are a few steps that you need to take.