*This is a collaborative post on how to save money on your energy bills all year round, that we hope will be helpful* Whether you’re trying to save the pennies, or you’re simply looking to get into better monetary habits, your home and monthly outgoings are a great place to start. Making small changes to […]READ MORE
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I Think It’s Time to Replace My Problem Radiator
*This is a collaborative post about why it might be time to replace that problem radiator and tips to help with that* Ever find yourself with one item in a room you can’t stop fixating on? Something you find yourself staring at for longer than is appropriate, and you know it was a person they’d […]READ MORE
Summer is THE Time to Buy Your Home Heating Oil
*This is a collaborative post with some home care tips we hope is helpful* Spring is definitely here and your thoughts are almost certainly turning towards summer, booking your family holiday and spending more time with the kids over the summer. One thing you might not be thinking about is filling up your home heating […]READ MORE
How to save money on your heating bills this winter.
The high price of gas and electricity is a subject that has rarely been out of the news in the past twelve months and as winter approaches our usage can increase dramatically. To minimise your heating bills, there are many steps you should start to follow immediately. If you take no action, you may face […]READ MORE
The Comfy Trinity
Regardless of individual tastes in decor and design, everyone wants a comfortable home. After all, this is where you spend the bulk of your free time, and having drafts, leaky windows and other little irritations can really bring down our mood. Whether you’ve just moved into a fixer-upper or you’ve had your home for years […]READ MORE
What keeps your house warm?
*this is a collaborative post* Nobody likes bad weather. But have you considered how difficult it is for your house and what keeps your house warm? Weather can affect your house and create significant damages to its structure – and to your well-being. From rain creating disruptive flooding conditions to extreme cold conditions freezing your […]READ MORE