Here are a few ways to warm up your home over the winter season that are friendly to the environment, as well as your bank account.
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You’ll normally need to bleed a radiator if trapped air is causing it to feel cold at the top, and warm at the bottom.
Fires in the home are often easily prevented, so these fire safety tips from Fire Protection Online will ensure you’re prepared.
You can either appoint a solicitor, a property lawyer, or a licensed conveyancer to complete the conveyancing work when purchasing a property.
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As we approach the winter months, the changing weather conditions can cause damage to your home. However, with a few easy steps you can prepare your property for the long, cold months ahead.
Fixing a shelf to a wall is one of those classic DIY tasks. Done incorrectly, however, and it could come loose and cause some damage. So before you pick up a screwdriver, here’s a quick guide on what to do.
A common cause of accidental damage claims we receive is for spilt paint whilst decorating. This can easily be avoided if you take certain precautions.
Is the water in your sink not emptying? It may be clogged up. Don't worry though, here’s a step by step guide to explain what to do.
No heating or hot water in your property? There may be a simple solution that will keep you warm and save you having to arrange for an engineer to come and sort the problem.