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Why Every Estate Agency Should Be Using Custom Booklet Printing

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This is a collaborative post. Although online marketing has changed the landscape for all industries there is still a place for traditional marketing such as printed materials. Looking for services that offer booklet printing online is an important part of promoting any business, but it is a process that estate agents are finding incredibly useful. Print marketing is a useful …

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Is it too Early to Start Prepping for Christmas?

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This is a collaborative post. In short, no it isn’t. In fact, now is the perfect time to begin preparing for Christmas by crafting a festive budget and starting to get everything in check. Here are 5 other things you can do to get your Christmas planning off on a roll.   Shop the sales Each year, Black Friday and Cyber …

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Is Removable Wallpaper Removable, or Does It Damage Paint?

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This is a collaborative post. You either love wallpapers or don’t like them (we should be genuine, much of the time, it’s the last option). Frequently promoted as the worst thing about each property holder’s presence, it’s not precisely news when we say wallpaper has experienced a horrendous standing (tore creases and harmed walls, anybody?). Be that as it may, …

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Maximising Space In Your Small Garden: What You Need To Know

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This is a collaborative post. Gardens are great for anyone who loves spending time outdoors and crafting a beautiful outdoor landscape. Many homes have gardens, some larger than others. A smaller garden might be harder to design to meet your needs, but it is possible. While many homeowners might welcome having a smaller garden, as it means less work, less …

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How to Find Your Own Unique Interior Design Style

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This is a collaborative post. As a first-time homeowner, trying to design your home to the standard and look that you desire can be difficult. As humans, we are an indecisive bunch when it comes to food, never mind having to design and plan what we want our home to look like for the next 20 or 20 years. The …

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How to be More Environmentally Friendly

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This is a collaborative post. Looking to become more environmentally friendly in your daily life? Many people are trying to be more sustainable right now and this is fantastic to see. There are lots of big and small changes that you can make to reduce your impact and this means that it should not be too hard to find ways …

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Protect Your Windows from All Weather Conditions with Window Shutters

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This is a collaborative post. In the past, window shutters were not only functional, but they also had some aesthetic value. While protecting the interior from overheating in the summer or overcooling in the winter, shutters also made the houses more pleasant to the eye. What are window shutters used for now and what are their main benefits these days? …

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Sustainable Comfort for Eco Conscious Sleep With The Fine Bedding Company

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Sponsored post. People these days are looking at more and more changes to make to live more sustainably. I think that the mindset is shifting and more people want to make conscious choices when it comes to investing or buying something. With a little research we can now find a better alternative to every big label on the supermarkets shelves …

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Simple Tips for Managing Home Improvements

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This is a collaborative post. The housing market has enjoyed record demand for some years now, with the coronavirus-inspired ‘race for space’ coinciding with a new generation of first-time buyers seeking their way onto the market. With demand so high, first-time buyers are more than ever buying ‘fixer-uppers’, with the long-term objective to renovate them – either to re-sell and …

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How to Make Your Home Cosy for Winter

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This is a collaborative post. Autumn might have only just officially begun, but we’re already seeing blustery Arctic weather fronts settling in and following the forecasts to see what’s in store. So, now is the perfect time to plan for the chilly days of winter. While it’s turning frosty outside, inside can be kept warm and cosy with some simple …