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Moving House? Here’s How To Hire A Man And Van

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When you’re moving house, there’s a lot to take care of and all can be a bit daunting. But by breaking it down the process to smaller chunks, it will help you to manage better. I have been always a great believer of hiring professional services instead of trying to do something on my own, when I have no expertise …

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5 Top Lazy Gardening Tips – Lovely Garden With Little Effort

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Everyone wants a great, lush garden with their favourite plants where they can relax and the children can play. My dad is a garden enthusiast, he has a garden others would die for with a great, decades old walnut tree housing the grandchildren’s swings. With rose bushes, lavender and neatly cut shrubs. He even managed to tucke away a little …

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Top Tips For Buying Your Next Garden Shed

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You may be requiring a garden shed for several reasons. They will make your life much easier by helping out with storage of valuable items, entertaining the kids or having a cool place to retreat in the summer. When you get to the buying process, it helps to have some points of consideration in mind, so you can end up …

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Make Your Garden Great Again

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No matter how much you love your home, there will come a time where things will begin to come a little bit undone. It can be big or small, but no matter what the issue may be, they can come out of nowhere or build up over time, and before you know it you’ll be running around like a headless …

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Your Options When It Comes to Fencing

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Choosing the perfect fencing to complement your home and garden is not just a matter of taste, it is a matter of choosing the one which is going to add the most value to your home and make it look great. As a result, choosing fencing can be a difficult and long-winded process, especially when you and your significant other …

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3 Important things To Know About Before Installing Central Heating

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Do you think is it time to update or upgrade you heating system? Maybe you just bought a house and you wan to start your new life in your new home by making sure your central heating is up to date for the next few years. But where to start? Well let’s get clear about what system you have at …

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4 Ways To Make Your Home Décor More Personal

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4 Ways To Make Your Home Décor More Personal When you have a family, it is important that your home is somewhere that you can spend time together and feel comfortable in. One of the best ways to do this is to try to make the décor a bit more personal. You might pride yourself on staying on trend with …

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8 Top Tips For Moving House

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House removal can be stressful but you don’t have to worry unnecessarily. The most important thing is that you stay relatively calm. When stressed people trying to coordinate a large-scale packing operation, a number of things can go wrong. But let’s focus on the positives: at the end of the removal you will enjoy your new property, hopefully for the …

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How To Clean A Futon Mattress

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A futon mattress is a great piece of furniture if you need to save space! Did you know that the average room of a new build is smaller than rooms of the 1970’s. In fact, up to 30% smaller. Maximising space has never been more important & futon mattresses are just one of the many ways to do this.  If …

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5 Easy Kitchen Improvements Which Will Help You Sell Your House Fast

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Poor maintenance, foul odours, damp basements and terrible broadband service aside, one of the top property turn-offs for buyers is an outdated kitchen. It did turn-off us already twice when looking at houses to buy. Kitchen is a big job to renovate, no one wants to move into a house with an outdated kitchen. In today’s dismal property market with high …