11 June 2017
A pet cat or dog can be a wonderful addition to your household; they can serve as a great source of both companionship and fun. However, animals tend to shed, leave dirty paw prints everywhere and (even if they are toilet-trained) may be prone to having the occasional 'accident'. As such, they can leave your house looking a bit worse for wear. Here are three things you can do to combat the mess that your beloved pet creates:
6 June 2017
When you start digging in your new garden, the last thing you expect to come into contact with is a pile of construction debris. Unfortunately, because of the time and cost involved with disposing of construction waste, some builders choose to bury it on residential plots. Rubble under a garden plot or lawn prevents owners from making improvements, such as planting vegetables and even from adding structures like conservatories. But what can you do with it all?
30 May 2017
If you notice that your driveway has started to look worse for wear, chances are you will be considering repaving it to make it look as good as new. Although this is a practical approach to improving the appearance of your driveway, it should be noted that repaving can be an expensive project. If your driveway has not started disintegrating but instead has simply become an eyesore due to stubborn grease stains and discolouring, you may be able to get away with simply pressure cleaning it.
30 May 2017
A home renovation can make any space more workable for you, as well as more attractive and visually appealing. A renovation can also increase your home's overall value, something to consider if you know you might eventually put your home on the real estate market. However, when you're ready to renovate your home in any way, note a few common mistakes to avoid so you know the work will turn out the way you envision, and you will be happy with that renovation for years to come.