Whether you're in your forever home, or you want your property to sparkle when it goes on the market, having that perfect kitchen is important. Kitchens can be a social space, a homework place and a hive of cooking activity, so great design is really important.
WHY WORRY ABOUT JAPANESE KNOTWEED?
While Japanese Knotweed is actually quite an attractive looking plant, it is important not to be fooled by its beauty as this destructive plant costs Britain an estimated £165 million every year. It has even been listed by the World Conservation Union as one of the worst invasive species in the world. Due to the fact that it can squeeze through masonry and concrete, it can drastically reduce the value of your property.
Ways to beat increasing energy costs in 2019
You are most likely aware of the increases in the price of electricity, water, and other utilities. According to the Office for National Statistics the cost of gas has almost tripled, rising by 190 per cent, in just ten years. While the cost of electricity has increased by 120 per cent in the same period, meaning it has more than doubled. These figures may seem alarming, but there are a number of ways that you can avoid paying more for your energy. Here are our top tips on how you can make your home more energy efficient, reduce environmental harm, and save money on your energy costs:
We’re collaborating with garden furniture specialist Wyevale Garden Centres to give one of you the chance to win this rustic-style trough planter to keep your flowers, herbs, and plants safe in. Something to look forward to when Spring finally arrives!
With Brexit looming on the horizon (or is it) we thought we’d share a bit of insight into the market and feelings in general re the UK and what may / may not happen to house prices post Brexit. In fact for Brexit, the most crucial moment for homeowners will not be the scheduled exit from the EU on March 29 2019, but the deals / no deals currently being thrashed out.
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