Remember lockdown when we had nothing to do? Gardening became a fun pastime, and having outside space was a luxury. Well, now that the spring sunshine is back and you don’t need to wear four layers to keep warm, it’s time to make gardening cool again.
Bask in those rays (however weak they may be) and get your hands dirty. Dust off that spade and get the broom ready.
In this quick read, we explore some easy ways to get your garden looking its best.
Whether your rental property is a blank space you just sleep in, or it’s a new family property, it’s important to make it feel like home. So, how can you fall in love with your rental without breaching tenancy rules?
You could be a long-term renter or maybe an house-sharer, but one thing is for sure, making the space your own will immediately change the way it looks and feels.
In this quick read, we look at ways to love your rental without falling foul of any tenancy agreement rules and stipulations.
If you’re thinking of freshening up the interior of your home this year, here’s a list of what’s trending on the design front.
Are you planning a mega makeover in 2023? Or perhaps you just want to make some modest changes to breathe new life into your home? Whether your project is big or small, here are some design ideas to inspire you.
If you’re a seasoned landlord, chances are you’ve experienced at least one out-of-hours call from a panicked tenant about a leaky toilet or boiler breakdown. Why is it these things never seem to happen at a reasonable hour?
Repairs and maintenance of your rental portfolio can be costly and stressful, so having trustworthy tradespeople is invaluable. You need someone who you know will get the job done and (hopefully) won’t charge you exorbitant fees to do so.
For newer landlords, finding a good contractor should be at the top of your to-do list.
Will your next home improvement project end in success or a desperate call to professional tradespeople? Here are five tips to help your DIY project run smoothly.
Repairing and refurbishing your own home can be immensely satisfying – and save you lots of money. But not every DIY task finishes well.
From crooked countertops to terrible tiles and dodgy driveways, it’s amazing how – even with the best intentions – things can go wrong.
Whether you’re a DIY kind of person or prefer to hire a professional, home improvements are on the up.
Since the pandemic, savvy homeowners have been looking for ways to make their properties more comfortable and more desirable to future buyers.
So, what are the most popular home improvement trends?
How can you wow potential buyers with your use of space?
In this quick read, we look at some of the most popular ways to make your home more desirable to future buyers.
Discover how to make your kitchen look fresh and modern without spending a fortune in this two-minute read.
Smartening up your kitchen is an excellent way to wow buyers and add value. If you can’t afford a full-scale high-end refurbishment, try these cost-saving DIY tips.
Before you were a property owner, chances are windows were something you just looked out of to take in the… Read More
When searching for a new home, do you scroll past properties that look a little worse for wear? You know the ones, where the carpet hasn’t been changed since the 70s and the floral wallpaper is curling off the walls?
Lots of buyers look for newly renovated or new-build homes due to fear of the doer-upper. If that sounds like you, we’re here to tell you that you’re potentially missing out.
Older, seemingly ‘unloved’ properties may look scary, but they’re often hiding bags of potential.
Here’s what to consider when buying a doer-upper.
In this three-minute read, we look at some simple and affordable projects to help sell your home faster and probably for a higher price, too.
It’s DIY Day on the 3rd of April and if you’re planning to sell your home, here are six easy things you can do yourself to help sell it quickly. They are simple, straightforward, and inexpensive ways to improve your home’s look and value. Happy DIY Day!
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