Energy Efficient Windows in Witney Help Weather Rising Energy Costs

Posted on 22. Aug, 2014 in Living

With the weather in Witney featuring rainfall with low sunshine, and a narrow range of temperatures, as a homeowner you must take every measure available to keep your energy bills under control.  Having the most efficient materials installed in your home can help you to maintain a balance in the amount of energy that you […]

Are There Really Advantages to Illuminated Mirrors?

Posted on 20. Aug, 2014 in Living

The lighting in your bathroom should have balance as well as symmetry to achieve the décor and functionality that you want in this very important area of your home.  This is where you will relax, unwind, and rejuvenate yourself for the challenges that lie ahead.  Remember that lighting impacts your mood and can set the […]

The EPC and Why it is Important

Posted on 04. Mar, 2014 in Living

Many buildings today are being designed and built to be more energy efficient. But if you have property that is more than a few years old, it may not be as energy efficient as you think. This could be due to different elements, such as your home or building’s insulation on its walls and roof, […]

Eliminate Fire Risk in Your Home with These Few Simple Tips

Posted on 22. Feb, 2014 in Living

Fire hazards are everywhere in our homes. This is something that most of us would rather not think about, but it’s a fact, and it’s better to face it than turn a blind eye. Besides, you can take measures to eliminate the risk of fire in your own home, and you will feel all the […]

5 Ways to Increase the Natural Light in Your Home

Posted on 11. Feb, 2014 in Living

Sitting in a dark and gloomy room does nothing for your mood or your productivity. Bright and light spaces make you happier, healthier, and more inspired. A well-lit space is essential for your well-being. But the accompanying electricity bill can give you a headache. Here’s how to increase the amount of natural light in your […]

Is DIY always a good idea?

Posted on 27. Aug, 2013 in Living

Most people are looking to save money and do-it-yourself (DIY) home repairs might seem like a way to do this. However, before you dust off that wallpaper steamer or start to draft wiring diagrams (in which case, stop. You might be about to break the law), give the matter some thought. Does it always make […]

A Guide to Gas Barbecues

Posted on 14. May, 2013 in Living

Great; you’ve made the decision to purchase a gas barbecue so that you can spend much of the summer, outside, cooking healthy food in a healthy fashion. The only problem is how do you choose from the vast range of gas barbecues that are available and which of the extras and accessories should you purchase […]

Making Life Easier as You Get Older

Posted on 29. Apr, 2013 in Living

Things change as you get older and you may be less mobile than you used to be, but there are many ways you can adapt your home to make life easier. Items such as specialised bathing equipment and chairs for the elderly can make the difference between maintaining your independence and relying on help from […]

How to Clean and Organise a Garden Greenhouse

Posted on 28. Mar, 2013 in Hints

You shouldn’t really needed an excuse to clean out and therefore, organise your greenhouse, but if you really do require a reason to carry out the work, just before the spring season starts and just after the autumn season ends are two great times to completely empty your greenhouse and bring it back to a […]

Create a Summer Entertaining Space with a New Summerhouse

Posted on 14. Mar, 2013 in Living

With winter almost out of the way and the first buds of spring arriving by the day, your mind leaps ahead to the first signs of summer and the beginning of your entertaining season outside in your garden space. This year, you have the opportunity to find garden buildings, such as summer houses and provide […]